The Rolling Stones - Jig-Saw Puzzle





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Published on Apr 6, 2008

A video I made to Jig-Saw Puzzle by The Rolling Stones.
A great band and a cool song!
Enjoy :)

Comments • 266

Rob Jones
The Stones' eeriest and most overlooked track. Why it has never been given the accolades has always been a mystery to me, it is up there with "Gimme Shelter" and "Midnight Rambler". Brian Jones was on fine form, despite his fragile state mentally and physically.
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This song is about the proletariat/working class vs. the wealthy class of rulers ....very British!
Anna Celeste
+jaye see only reason one would call him a dwarf is cuz his ex Jeri n best girl L'wren (r.i.p) were over 6 feet tall. I'm sure he no dwarf. Just ask his backstage girl ballerina baby mama if he's a dwarf, I know not, educated guess.. noooooo
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steve conn
Charlie accidentally invents hip-hop drumming.
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Ju Ju Mann
you fucking dumbass. what you know as hip hop rhythms were established in jazz drumming since before the 1940s. nice job trying to shoehorn a white limey into the pioneering of a uniquely african american genre.
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This song and Stray Cat Blues are the Beggars Banquet gems
wsl ving tsun
tapeduk and the unreleased highway child by the stones is a hit a #1 hit at that check it out it's on YouTube
Antiguo Autómata Mexicano
Two words: Brian Jones
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ken lancaster
You Fucker.
Barry Keit
Blue Drifter x
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Neil Mcnamara
A criminally underrated song, one of Mick and Keefs best.
Robert Cross
The Stones do their Dylan impersonation.
thaddeus buttmunch
YES...I Knew I had that sound in my ears before-but I didn't place the Singer.
Marisol Manzano
My all time favorite song!!  everything about this song is awesome!! the singing , the lyrics , guitars .bass line ..............
fred michel
this is the pinnacle of british r & b   they have never relinquished it
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If i told you The Lantern was in my Top 5, what would you think?+thaddeus buttmunch
thaddeus buttmunch
1. Sympathy for the Devil 2. Midnight Rambler 3. Mother's Little Helper 4. You Can't Always Get What you Want 5. Heartbreaker 6. Miss You (OK-they did a Disco-like Joe Namath wearing Panty Hose they could get AWAY with it.) 7. Shattered-a send up of NYC in the Seventies 8. Nineteenth Nervous Breakdown 9. OKAY...Give Me Shelter. The Critics Always RAVE over That one. Not Bad...but not their best. Too much Caterwauling for my taste. 10. Fade to Black. Being a Nerd, I never actually purchased their albums, so I haven't listened to the Blues Covers on "Exile on Main Street"...Allegedly their Masterpiece.
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keep on rollin 79
blows me away they were only 25 yrs old writing these lyrics..isn't Bieber like 25?
dominick corman
keep on rollin 79 you're mistaken one for a joke and another true musicians
Luke Gorham
What a beautiful song,youll.never hear anything like that again,sadly
sure you will, just replay it
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