Liste der Lieder der Rolling Stones

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Die Liste der Lieder der Rolling Stones ist eine Übersicht der Lieder der 1962 gegründeten englischen Rockband The Rolling Stones. Die Band zählt zu den langlebigsten[1] und kommerziell erfolgreichsten[2] Gruppen in der Rockgeschichte. 1989 wurden sie in die Rock and Roll Hall of Fame aufgenommen. Die Musikzeitschrift Rolling Stone listete sie auf Rang vier der 100 größten Musiker aller Zeiten.[3] Mit Nummer-Eins Hits in den Jahren 1968 und 2020 sind sie in Deutschland die ältesten Spitzenreiter aller Zeiten.[4]

The Rolling Stones in ihrer aktuellen Besetzung (oben: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, unten: Ron Wood, Charlie Watts)

HintergrundBearbeiten

Die Rolling Stones, die am 12. Juli 1962 erstmals unter dem Namen The Rollin’ Stones in der Besetzung Mick Jagger (Gesang), Brian Jones (Gitarre), Keith Richards (Gitarre), Dick Taylor (Bass), Ian Stewart (Piano) und – vermutlich – Tony Chapman (Schlagzeug) im Marquee Club in der Londoner Oxford Street auftraten und hier vor etwa 100 Zuschauern fünf Coversongs vortrugen, haben in ihrer mehr als 50-jährigen Bandgeschichte und Karriere bisher über 20 Studioalben, über 25 Livealben, über 30 Kompilationen, über 40 Videoalben, 10 Boxsets und über 100 Singles und EPs veröffentlicht. Insgesamt haben sie – geschätzt – mehr als 200 Millionen Tonträger verkauft, davon alleine in ihrer Heimat über 13,1 Millionen. Sie zählen damit zu den Interpreten mit den meisten verkauften Tonträgern weltweit.

Die Rolling Stones, deren aktuelle Bandbesetzung aus Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood (seit 1975) besteht, haben seit der Bandgründung mehr als fünfhundert Rock- und Bluesrock-Songs aufgenommen und interpretiert, wobei mehr als dreihundert Songs von dem Songwriter-Duo Mick Jagger und Keith Richards stammen. Im Repertoire der Band finden sich aber auch viele Coversongs, etwa von B.B. King, Bo Diddley, Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry, Eddie Cochran, Hank Williams, Jimmy Reed, Little Walter, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, Willie Dixon und vielen anderen.

Die 14 bekanntesten und erfolgreichsten Songs der Band sind laut der Zusammenstellung 500 Greatest Songs of All Time in der Musikzeitschrift Rolling Stone aus dem Jahr 2010[5]:

Und im Jahr 2020 listet die Musikzeitschrift Rolling Stone in ihrer Leserumfrage „Die besten Songs der Rolling Stones“ die folgenden Lieder auf den ersten 14 Plätzen[6]:

  • Gimme Shelter vom Album Let It Bleed (Platz 1)
  • Sympathy for the Devil vom Album Beggars Banquet (Platz 2)
  • Paint It Black vom Album Aftermath (Platz 3)
  • Jumpin’ Jack Flash vom Album Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) (Platz 4)
  • Wild Horses vom Album Sticky Fingers (Platz 5)
  • (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction vom Album Out of Our Heads (Platz 6)
  • You Can’t Always Get What You Want vom Album Let It Bleed (Platz 7)
  • Honky Tonk Women vom Album Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) (Platz 8)
  • Brown Sugar vom Album Sticky Fingers (Platz 9)
  • Street Fighting Man vom Album Beggars Banquet (Platz 10)
  • Sister Morphine vom Album Sticky Fingers (Platz 11)
  • Midnight Rambler vom Album Let It Bleed (Platz 12)
  • Angie vom Album Goats Head Soup (Platz 13)
  • Tumbling Dice vom Album Exile on Main Street (Platz 14)

Die Band schreibt bis zum heutigen Tag neue Songs, produziert neue Alben und tourt durch die Welt.

Struktur der ÜbersichtBearbeiten

Die Übersicht listet

  • selbst geschriebene Lieder der Rolling Stones (siehe Kategorie: eigener Song) und
  • Coversongs der Rolling Stones (siehe Kategorie: Coversong),

die die Band aufgenommen und veröffentlicht hat. Einige Bootleg-Aufnahmen wurden ergänzt, sofern ausreichende Informationen zum Songwriter und Aufnahmejahr verfügbar waren. Es existieren darüber hinaus aber zahlreiche weitere Bootleg-Aufnahmen.

In Spalte „Veröffentlichungsjahr“ wird – soweit möglich – das Jahr der Erstveröffentlichung eines Liedes genannt, womit sich Unterschiede zum Veröffentlichungsjahr des Albums ergeben können.

Übersicht der LiederBearbeiten

Liedtitel Liedanfang Songwriter Album Aufnahme-jahr Veröffentlichungs-jahr Kategorie Weitere Informationen
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction „I can’t get no satisfaction, I can’t get no satisfaction ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

Out of Our Heads (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
(Walkin’ Thru The) Sleepy City „Walkin’thru’ the sleepy city ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1964 1975 eigener Song
100 Years Ago „Went out walking through the woods the other day ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
19th Nervous Breakdown „You’re the kind of person you meet at certain dismal, dull affairs ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) 1965 1966 eigener Song
2000 Light Years from Home „Sun turning ’round with graceful motion ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
2000 Man „Well, my name is a number, a piece of plastic film ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
2120 South Michigan Avenue „I said the joint was rocking ...“[8] Nanker Phelge Five by Five (EP) (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song
32/20 Blues „If I send for my baby, and she don’t come ...“[7] Robert Johnson Stones Touring Party 1991 Coversong
Act Together „Well it’s been a long time since I’ve seen you, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1974 eigener Song
Ain’t That Lovin’ You, Baby „I could ride around the world in an old oxcart ...“[7] Jimmy Reed On Air 1964 2017 Coversong
Ain’t Too Proud to Beg „I know you wanna leave me, but I refuse to let you go ...“[7] Norman Whitfield und Eddie Holland It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1973 1974 Coversong
All About You „Well if you call this a life ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1978 1980 eigener Song
All Down the Line „Yeah, heard the diesel drumming all down the line ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1972 1972 eigener Song
All I Want Is My Baby „All I want is my baby woah woah, woah woah woah woah ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Andrew Loog Oldham Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song
All of Your Love „All your love, baby can it be mine ...“[7] Magic Sam Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
All Sold Out „Why put this sadness inside of me ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
All the Way Down „I was twenty one naive ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
Almost Hear You Sigh „I can almost hear you sigh ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Steve Jordan Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Already Over Me „As you poured out the drinks for me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Always Suffering „Let’s take a walk ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Andrew’s Blues (Song for Andrew) „Yes now Andrew Oldham sittin’ on a hill with Jack and Jill (Jack and Jill) ...“[7] Nanker Phelge Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song
Angie „Angie, Angie
When will those clouds all disappear? ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
Anybody Seen My Baby? „She confessed her love to me ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, k.d.lang und Ben Mink Forty Licks 2002 eigener Song
Anyway You Look At It „Anyway You Look At It ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Rarities 1971–2003 1997 1998 eigener Song
Around and Around „I said the joint was rocking ...“[7] Chuck Berry Five by Five (EP) (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
As Tears Go By „It is the evening of the day ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Andrew Loog Oldham Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
Baby Break It Down „Baby break it down ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1994 1994 eigener Song
Baby, What’s Wrong „Hey, hey, baby, honey what’s wrong with you? ...“[8] Jimmy Reed Als Single veröffentlicht 1963 Coversong
Back of My Hand „I hear a preacher ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Back to Zero „Back to zero.
So ya wanna blow us all to pieces, ...“[7]
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Chuck Leavell Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Backstreet Girl „I don’t want you to be high ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons (UK)

Flowers (US)

1966 1967 eigener Song
Beast of Burden „I’ll never be your beast of burden ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
Beautiful Delilah „Beautiful Delilah, sweet as apple pie ...“[7] Chuck Berry On Air 1964 2017 Coversong
Before They Make Me Run „Worked the bars and sideshows along the twilight zone ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1978 1978 eigener Song
Biggest Mistake „When love comes so late ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Bitch „I’m feeling so tired, can’t understand it ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1970 1971 eigener Song
Black Limousine „We used to ride, baby, Ride around in limousines ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Tattoo You 1980 1981 eigener Song
Blinded by Love „The queen of the Nile ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Blinded by Rainbows „Did you ever feel the pain ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1994 1994 eigener Song
Blood Red Wine „Mmm...dear, I love you dearly, but don’t forget trouble I, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1968 eigener Song
Blue and Lonesome „I’m blue and lonesome as a man can be ...“[7] Memphis Slim Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Blue Turns to Grey „So now that she is gone ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Stone Age (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
Boggie Chillun „Well, hey hey
When I first came to town, people ...“[7]
John Lee Hooker und Bernard Besman Bootleg-Aufnahme 1989 Coversong
Brand New Car „I got a brand new car ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1994 1994 eigener Song
Break the Spell „In the winter when the cold comes ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Bright Lights, Big City „Bright lights, big city ...“[7] Jimmy Reed Grrr! 1963 2012 Coversong
Brown Sugar „Gold Coast slaveship bound for cotton fields ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1969 1971 eigener Song
Bye Bye Johnny „Well she drew out all her money out from southern trust ...“[7] Chuck Berry The Rolling Stones (EP) (UK)

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)(US)

1963 1964 Coversong
Can I Get a Witness „Ah ah listen to everybody (body) ...“[7] Holland–Dozier–Holland The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Can You Hear the Music „Can you hear the music, can you hear the music? ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1973 1973 eigener Song
Can’t Be Seen „I just can’t be seen with you ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking „Yeah, you got satin shoes ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1970 1971 eigener Song
Carol „Oh Carol don’t let him steal your heart away ...“[7] Chuck Berry The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Casino Boogie „No good can’t speak ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Champagne and Reefer „Yeah bring me champagne when I’m thirsty ...“[7] Muddy Waters Shine a Light (Soundtrack) 2006 2008 Coversong mit Buddy Guy
Chantilly Lace „Hello, baaaaby!
Yeah, this is the Big Bopper speakin’ ...“[7]
Jiles Perry Bootleg-Aufnahme 1982 Coversong
Cherry Oh Baby „Oh, cherry oh, cherry oh, baby ...“[7] Eric Donaldson Black and Blue 1975 1976 Coversong
Child of the Moon „The wind blows rain into my face ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) 1968 1972 eigener Song
Citadel „Men at arms shout "Who goes there?" ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
Claudine „Claudine’s back in jail again ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1978 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Cocksucker Blues „Well, I’m a lonesome schoolboy ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Cocksucker Blues-Soundtrack 1970 eigener Song Soundtrack des unveröffentlichten Dokumentarfilms Cocksucker Blues von Robert Frank
Come On „Everything is wrong since me and my baby parted ...“[7] Chuck Berry Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK) More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)(US) 1963 1963 Coversong
Coming Down Again „Coming down again, coming down again ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
Commit a Crime „I’m gonna leave you baby ...“[7] Howlin’ Wolf Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Complicated „She looks so simple in her way ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Con Le Mie Lacrime (As Tears Go By) „Il sole sta per tramontar ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Andrew Loog Oldham Als Single veröffentlicht 1965 1965 eigener Song italienische Übersetzung des Songs As Tears Go By
Confessin’ the Blues „Baby here I stand before you ...“[7] Jay McShann und Walter Brown Five by Five (EP) (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Congratulations „Congratulations
Congratulations
Well done, my friend ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Singles Collection: The London Years (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song
Connection „All I want to do is get back to you ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Continental Drift „Love comes at the speed of light ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Cook Cook Blues „Cook, cook, cook every mornin’ ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones Singles Box Set (1971–2006) 1989 2011 eigener Song
Cool, Calm & Collected „Well she’s very wealthy it’s true ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Cops and Robbers „As I was driving home along the boulevard late one night ...“[7] Kent Harris Grrr! 1964 2012 Coversong
Corinna „I got a bird what whistles ...“[7] Taj Mahal und Jesse Ed Davis III No Security 1997 1998 Coversong
Country Honk „Sittin’ in a bar tippling a jar in Jackson ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
Crackin’ Up „You’re always hollerin’ bout where I’ve been ...“[7] Bo Diddley Love You Live 1977 1977 Coversong
Crazy Mama „Well, you’re crazy mama ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Black and Blue 1975 1976 eigener Song
Crushed Pearl „Baby baby
Crushed pearl
Another little angel fallen into this world ...“[9]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1985 eigener Song
Cry to Me „When your baby leaves you all alone ...“[7] Bert Berns Out of Our Heads 1965 1965 Coversong
Da Doo Ron Ron „I met him on a Monday and my heart stood still ...“[7] Phil Spector, Greenwich und Barry The Rest Of The Best - Single-Tracks And Rarities From The Decca-Period 1983 Coversong
Dance (Pt. 1) „Hey, what am I doing standing here on the corner of ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Dance Little Sister „On Thursday night she looked a fright ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1975 1975 eigener Song
Dancing in the Light „I’m sitting in the darkness, you’re dancing in the light’s not ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1972 2010 eigener Song
Dancing with Mr. D „Down in the graveyard where we have our tryst ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
Dandelion „Prince or pauper, beggar man or thing ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) 1967 1967 eigener Song
Dangerous Beauty „In your high school photo ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2005 2005 eigener Song
Dead Flowers „Well when you’re sitting there ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1969 1971 eigener Song
Dear Doctor „Oh help me, please doctor I’m a damaged ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Deep Love „ ...“ Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1985 1985 eigener Song
Diddley Daddy „Diddley, diddley, diddley, diddley daddy. ...“ Bo Diddley und Harvey Fuqua Grrr! 1963 2012 Coversong
Dirty Work „Living high, sitting in the sun, ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Do You Think I Really Care? „Do you think I could ever care ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Don’t Be a Stranger „Well I haven’t seen your face for years ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1978 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Don’t Lie to Me „Well let’s talk it over baby before we start ...“[7] Tampa Red Metamorphosis 1964 1975 Coversong
Don’t Look Back „If it’s love that you’re running from ...“[7] Smokey Robinson und Ronald White Bootleg-Aufnahme 1978 Coversong
Don’t Stop „Well you bit my lip and drew first blood ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Forty Licks 2002 2002 eigener Song
Doncha Bother Me „I said "Oh no, doncha follow me no more" ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) „The police in New York City ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
Doom and Gloom „I had a dream last night that I was pilot in a plane ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Grrr! 2012 2012 eigener Song
Down Home Girl „Lord I swear the perfume you wear ...“[7] Jerry Leiber und Artie Butler The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 Coversong
Down in the Bottom „Well now meet me in the bottom, ...“[7] Willie Dixon Totally Stripped 1995 2016 Coversong
Down in the Hole „Will all your money ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Down the Road a Piece „Now if you wanna hear some boogie like I’m gonna play ...“[7] Don Raye The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 Coversong
Downtown Suzie „Got the Monday mornin’ feel Yeah, yeah, yeah ...“[8] Bill Wyman Metamorphosis 1968 1975 eigener Song
Drift Away „Day after day I’m more confused ...“[7] Mentor Williams Bootleg-Aufnahme 1973 Coversong
Driving Too Fast „You can follow the road to the moutains ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2005 2005 eigener Song
Each and Everyday of the Year „Do I miss her kiss at night time ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1964 1975 eigener Song
Emotional Rescue „Is there nothing I can say ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Empty Heart „A empty heart is like an empty life ...“[8] Nanker Phelge Five by Five (EP) (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song
Entry of the Gladiators „Well, my name is a number ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus 1989 eigener Song
Everybody Knows About My Good Thing „Yeah, I was talking to the postman ...“[7] Miles Grayson und Lermon Horton Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Everybody Needs Somebody to Love „I’m so glad to be here tonight and I’m so glad to be home ...“[7] Jerry Wexler, Bert Berns und Solomon Burke The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 Coversong
Everything Is Turning to Gold „I don’t care if your love grows cold ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Sucking in the Seventies 1978 1981 eigener Song
Exile on Main Street Blues „Exile on Mainstreet, it’s a strange street to walk down ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aufnahme zu Werbezwecken 1972 1972 eigener Song Inoffizielle Veröffentlichung
Factory Girl „Waiting for a girl who’s got curlers in her hair ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Family „Here’s father, his heart screwed on ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1968 1975 eigener Song
Fancyman Blues „You’re looking good baby ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones Singles Box Set (1971–2006) 1989 2011 eigener Song
Fanny Mae „Fanny Mae,
Baby won’t you please come home, ...“[7]
Buster Brown, Clarence L. Lewis und Bobby Robinson On Air 1965 2017 Coversong
Far Away Eyes „I was driving home early Sunday morning through Bakersfield ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
Feel On Baby „Feel on baby ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1983 1983 eigener Song
Fight „Yeah,
Baby!
Gonna pulp you to a mass of bruises, ...“[7]
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Woods Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Fiji Gin „I want more Fiji Gin, but full name is Billy Dean ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1978 eigener Song
Fingerprint File „Fingerprint file, you get me down ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1974 1974 eigener Song
Flight 505 „Well, I was happy here at home ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
Flip the Switch „A scrap of flesh ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Following the River „There’s something I should tell you ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1972 2010 eigener Song
Fool to Cry „When I come home baby ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Black and Blue 1974 1976 eigener Song
Fortune Teller „Went to the fortune teller ...“[7] Allen Toussaint (unter dem Pseudonym Naomi Neville) More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) (UK)

Got Live If You Want It! (US)

1963 1966 Coversong
Get Off of My Cloud „I live in an apartment on the ninety-ninth floor of my block ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
Get Up, Stand Up „Get up, stand up, stand up for your right ...“[10] Bob Marley und Peter Tosh Light the Fuse 2005 2012 Coversong
Gimme Shelter „Oh, a storm is threat’ning ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
Godzi „ ...“ Nanker Phelge Bootleg-Aufnahme 1965 eigener Song
Going Home „Spendin’ too much time away ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
Going to a Go-Go „Going to a go go, everybody ...“[7] Smokey Robinson, Warren Moore, Bobby Rogers und Marvin Tarplin Still Life 1981 1982 Coversong
Gomper „By the lake with lily flowers ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
Good Time Woman „Oh, you got me waitin’ on a big-boat line ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1970 2010 eigener Song
Gold Times „Whoa la la ta ta ...“[7] Sam Cooke Out of Our Heads 1965 1965 Coversong
Good Times, Bad Times „There’ve been good times ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Singles Collection: The London Years (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song
Goodbye Girl „Goodbye Girl
It’s time to part ...“[7]
Bill Wyman Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song
Gotta Get Away „Baby, the truth is out so don’t deny ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Out of Our Heads (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
Grown Up Wrong „Well you’ve grown up all wrong ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song
Gunface „Gonna go downtown ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Had It With You „I love you, dirty fucker ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Hand of Fate „The hand of fate is on me now ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Black and Blue 1974 1976 eigener Song
Hang Fire „In the sweet old country where I come from ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1981 1981 eigener Song
Happy „Well I never kept a dollar past sunset, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Harlem Shuffle „You move it to the left ...“[7] Bob Relf und Ernest Nelson Dirty Work 1985 1986 Coversong
Hate to See You Go „Girl left me, left me here to cry ...“[7] Little Walter Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow? „Have you seen your mother, baby, standing in the shadow?
Have you had another, baby, standing in the shadow? ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

Flowers (US)

1966 1966 eigener Song
Heart of Stone „There’ve been so many girls that I’ve known ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Out of Our Heads (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 eigener Song
Hearts For Sale „My spirit is winging ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Heaven „Smell of you baby, my senses, my senses be praised ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1981 1981 eigener Song
Hey Crawdaddy „Yeah, I got a line and you got a hole ...“[7] Bo Diddley Bootleg-Aufnahme 1963 Coversong
Hey Negrita „Hey Negrita, hey now ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Black and Blue 1975 1976 eigener Song
Hide Your Love „Sometimes I’m up, sometimes I’m down ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1973 1973 eigener Song
High and Dry „High and dry well, I’m up here with no warning ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1966 1966 eigener Song
High-Heel Sneakers „Put on your red dress baby, ...“[7] Tommy Tucker On Air 1964 2017 Coversong
Highway Child „Won’t you come on and call my name ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1968 eigener Song
Highwire „We sell ’em missiles, We sell ’em tanks ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Flashpoint 1991 1991 eigener Song
Hitch Hike „I’m going to Chicago that’s the last place my baby stayed ...“[7] Marvin Gaye, William Mickey Stevenson und Clarence Paul Out of Our Heads 1965 1965 Coversong
Hold Back „Hear the voice of experience ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Hold On to Your Hat „Hold on to your head ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Honest I Do „Don’t you know that I love you ...“[7] Jimmy Reed The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Honest Man „Well there’s a hole in my chest ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1993 eigener Song
Honey What’s Wrong „Hey, hey, baby, honey what’s wrong with you? ...“[7] Jimmy Reed Grrr! 1963 2012 Coversong
Honky Tonk Women „I met a gin soaked barroom queen in Memphis, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) 1969 1969 eigener Song
Hoo Doo Blues „Now, when your woman actin’ funny, begin to run around ...“[7] Otis Hicks und Jerry West Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Hot Stuff „Hot stuff, hot stuff ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Black and Blue 1975 1976 eigener Song
Hound Dog „You ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog ...“[7] Jerry Leiber und Mike Stoller Bootleg-Aufnahme 1978 Coversong
How Can I Stop „You offer me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
I Ain’t Superstitious „Meet me on the bottom, ...“[7] Willie Dixon Bootleg-Aufnahme 1978 Coversong
I Am Waiting „I am waiting, I am waiting (oh yeah, oh yeah) ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
I Can See It „I can see it, see it, see it, oh yeah ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1966 eigener Song
I Can’t Be Satisfied „Well I’m going away to live ...“[7] Muddy Waters The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)(US)

1964 1965 Coversong
I Can’t Get Next to You „I can turn your gray sky blue ...“[7] Norman Whitfield und Barrett Strong Bootleg-Aufnahme Coversong
I Can’t Quit You Baby „We-ell, I can’t quit you baby ...“[7] Willie Dixon Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
I Don’t Know the Reason Why „Yeah well your woman get crazy ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1969 eigener Song
I Don’t Know Why „I don’t know why I love you babe ...“[7] Stevie Wonder, Paul Riser, Don Hunter und Lula Hardaway Metamorphosis 1969 1975 Coversong
I Get Around „Round round get around ...“[7] Brian Wilson Bootleg-Aufnahme 1965 Coversong
I Go Wild „You whipped me I’m hurting ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
I Got the Blues „As I stand by your flame ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1970 1971 eigener Song
I Gotta Go „Leavin’ in the mornin’ ...“[7] Little Walter Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
I Just Want to Make Love to You „I don’t want you be no slave ...“[7] Willie Dixon The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
I Just Want to See His Face „That’s all right, that’s all right, that’s all right ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
I Love You Too Much „I think I decided to get out of the rain ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1978 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
I Wanna Be Your Man „I wanna be your lover baby, ...“[7] John Lennon und Paul McCartney Milestones (UK)

Singles Collection: The London Years (US)

1963 1963 Coversong War die zweite Single der Stones, bevor die Beatles sie selbst als Single veröffentlichten.
I Want to Be Loved „The spark (stars) in your eyes sets ...“[7] Willie Dixon Singles Collection: The London Years 1963 1963 Coversong
I’d Much Rather Be with the Boys „Here I am
All alone and all dressed up to kill ...“[7]
Andrew Loog Oldham und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1965 1975 eigener Song
I’m a King Bee „Well I’m a king bee ...“[7] Slim Harpo The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
I’m Alright „I wanna tell you something baby ...“[7] Bo Diddley Got Live If You Want It! 1964 1965 Coversong
I’m Free „I’m free to do what I want any old time ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Out of Our Heads (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
I’m Going Down „Hey babe, what’s wrong with you, girl ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Dick Taylor Metamorphosis 1969 1975 eigener Song
I’m Gonna Drive „I’ve got itchy fingers, I’ve got muddy feet ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Als Single veröffentlicht 1994 eigener Song
I’m Moving On „I warned you baby from time to time ...“[7] Hank Snow Got Live If You Want It! (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 Coversong
I’m Not Signifying „When I’m looking out my window baby ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1971 2010 eigener Song
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long „I’ve been loving you too long to stop now ...“[7] Otis Redding und Jerry Butler Gimme Shelter (UK)

Got Live If You Want It! (US)

1965 1965 Coversong
If I Was a Dancer (Dance Pt. 2) „I stand accused of talking ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Sucking in the Seventies 1978 1980 eigener Song
If You Can’t Rock Me „The band’s on stage and it’s one of those nights, oh yeah ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1973 1974 eigener Song
If You Can’t Rock Me/Get off My Cloud „The band’s on stage and it’s one of those nights, oh yeah ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Love You Live 1977 eigener Song
If You Let Me „You don’t really understand ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1966 1975 eigener Song
If You Need Me „If you need me ...“[7] Wilson Pickett und Robert Bateman Five by Five (EP) (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
If You Really Want to Be My Friend „If you really want to be my friend
Let me live it up like I used to do ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1973 1974 eigener Song
In Another Land „In another land where the breeze and the
trees and the flowers were blue ...“[8]
Bill Wyman Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
Indian Girl „Little Indian girl, where is your mama? ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Infamy „You know you’ve got in for me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2005 2005 eigener Song
It Hurts Me Too „You said you was hurting, almost lost your mind, ...“[7] Tampa Red Bootleg-Aufnahme 1969 Coversong
It Must Be Hell „We’ve got trouble, that’s for sure ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1983 1983 eigener Song
It Should Be You „She’s sweet and tender, but I remember ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1963 eigener Song
It Won’t Take Long „And it won’t take long to forget you ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
It’s All Over Now „Well, baby used to stay out all night long ...“[7] Bobby Womack und Shirley Womack Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

12x5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
It’s Not Easy „It’s not easy
It’s not easy living on your own ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
It’s Only Rock ’n Roll (But I Like It) „If I could stick my pen in my heart ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1973 1974 eigener Song
Jig-Saw Puzzle „There’s a tramp sittin’ on my doorstep ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Jiving Sister Fanny „Jivin’ Sister Fanny, told her man from Philadelphia, PA ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1969 1975 eigener Song
Jump on Top of Me „I’ve been working so hard, And feelin’ no
Pain ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones Singles Box Set (1971–2006) 1993 1993 eigener Song
Jumpin’ Jack Flash „I was born in a crossfire hurricane ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) 1968 1969 eigener Song
Just Like I Treat You „Some say you will, some say you won’t ...“[7] Willie Dixon Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) „I look out my window watch her as she passes by ...“[7] Norman Whitfield und Barrett Strong Some Girls 1977 1978 Coversong
Just Your Fool „I’m just your fool, can’t help myself ...“[7] Buddy Johnson Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Keep Up Blues „I’ve got a new suit, kind of Italian style ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Key to the Highway „I got the Key To The Highway ...“[7] Big Bill Broonzy und Charles Segar Dirty Work 1985 1986 Coversong
Keys to Your Love „The keys to your love
I’ve got the keys to your love ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Forty Licks 2002 2002 eigener Song
Lady Jane „My sweet lady Jane, when I see you again ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1966 1966 eigener Song
Laugh, I Nearly Died „I’ve been travelling but I don’t know where ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2005 2005 eigener Song
Leave Me Alone „I get home in the evening, when my day is through ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1963 eigener Song
Let it Bleed „Well, we all need someone to lean on ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
Let it Loose „Who’s that woman on your arm all dressed up to do you harm ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Let it Rock „In the heat of the day down in Mobile, Alabama ...“[7] Chuck Berry Rarities 1971–2003 1971 1971 Coversong
Let Me Down Slow „You look a little dressed up ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Let Me Go „You’re gonna get it straight from the shoulder ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Let’s Spend the Night Together „My, My, My, My
Don’t you worry ’bout what’s on your mind (Oh my) ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) (UK)

Between the Buttons (US)

1966 1967 eigener Song
Lies „Lies, dripping off your mouth like dirt ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
Like a Rolling Stone „Yeah, Once upon a time, you dressed so fine, ...“[7] Bob Dylan Stripped 1995 1995 Coversong
Linda Lu „They call my baby Patty, but, her real name, her real name, ...“[7] Ray Sharpe Bootleg-Aufnahme 1979 Coversong
Little Baby „You go and I’ll come with you little baby ...“[7] Willie Dixon Stripped 1995 1995 Coversong
Little by Little „Tried to trail you last night, baby, trail you in my car ...“[7] Nanker Phelge, Phil Spector und Ian Stewart The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song
Little Queenie „(Oh NYC you’ve talked a lot, let’s have a look at ya)
I got the lumps in my throat ...“[7]
Chuck Berry Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert 1969 1970 Coversong
Little Rain „A little rain falling ...“[7] Ewart G. Abner Jr. und Jimmy Reed Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Little Red Rooster „I am the little red rooster ...“[7] Willie Dixon Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Little T&A „She’s my little rock ’n’ roll ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1979 1981 eigener Song
Live with Me „I got nasty habits, I take tea at three ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
Living in a Ghost Town „Whoa, oh, whoa, oh
I'm a ghost
Living in a ghost town ...“[11]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Als Single veröffentlicht 2019 2020 eigener Song
Living in the Heart of Love „Living in the heart of love ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1974 eigener Song
Long Long While „Baby, baby been a long, long time, been a long, long time ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards No Stone Unturned (UK)

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) (US)

1966 1966 eigener Song
Look What The Cat Dragged In „I know that you like to go out drinking ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Look What You’ve Done „Now look what you’ve done ...“[7] Muddy Waters Stone Age (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 Coversong
Looking Tired „Lookin’ tired babe, sittin’ there on the side ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song
Losing My Touch „Ain’t it funny how things happen ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Forty Licks 2002 2002 eigener Song
Love in Vain „Well, I followed her to the station with a suitcase in my hand ...“[8] Robert Johnson Let It Bleed 1969 1969 Coversong
Love Is Strong „Love is strong and you’re so sweet ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Love Train „People all over the world (everybody) ...“[11] Kenny Gamble und Leon Huff Four Flicks 2003 2003 Coversong
Loving Cup „I’m the man on the mountain, come on up ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever „I remember yet before we met ...“[12] Ivy Jo Hunter und Stevie Wonder Bootleg-Aufnahme 1985 Coversong
Low Down „Won’t you give me the low down ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Luxury „I want a real fine car, fly Miami too ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1974 1974 eigener Song
Mannish Boy „Oh yeah, yeah
Oh yes
Everything gonna be alright ...“[7]
Muddy Waters, Mel London und Bo Diddley Love You Live 1977 1977 Coversong
Mean Disposition „I’m getting wise to you ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1994 1994 eigener Song
Melody „Melody, it was her second name ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Billy Preston Black and Blue 1975 1976 eigener Song
Memo from Turner „Didn’t I see you down in San Antone on a hot and dusty night? ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1968 1975 eigener Song
Memory Motel „Hannah honey was a peachy kind of girl ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Black and Blue 1975 1976 eigener Song
Memphis, Tennessee „Long distance in formation, give me Memphis Tennessee ...“[8] Chuck Berry On Air 1963 2017 Coversong
Mercy, Mercy „Have mercy, have mercy, baby ...“[7] Don Covay und Ronnie Miller Out of Our Heads 1964 1965 Coversong
Midnight Rambler „Did you hear about the midnight rambler ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
Might as Well Get Juiced „If you really want to rip up your mind ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Miss Amanda Jones „Down and down she goes ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Miss You „I’ve been holding out so long ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
Mixed Emotions „Button your lip baby ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Mona (I Need You Baby) „I say hey, Mona ...“[7] Bo Diddley The Rolling Stones (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Money „The best things in life are free ...“[7] Janie Bradford und Berry Gordy The Rolling Stones (EP) (UK)

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) (US)

1963 1964 Coversong
Monkey Man „I’m a flea-bit peanut monkey ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
Moon is Up „Moon is up ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1994 1994 eigener Song
Moonlight Mile „When the wind blows and the rain feels cold ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1970 1971 eigener Song
Mother’s Little Helper „What a drag it is getting old ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
Mr. Pitiful „They call me Mr. Pitiful ...“[13] Steve Cropper und Otis Redding Light the Fuse 2005 2012 Coversong
Mr. Spector & Mr. Pitney Came Too Nanker Phelge und Phil Spector Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song Instrumental
My Girl „I got sunshine, on a cloudy day ...“[7] Smokey Robinson und Ronald White Stone Age

Flowers

1965 1967 Coversong
My Obsession „My obsession
your possessions
every piece that I can get ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Nearness of You „It’s not the pale moon that excites me ...“[7] Hoagy Carmichael und Ned Washington Live Licks 2002 2004 Coversong
Neighbours „Neighbours, neighbours, neighbours ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1980 1981 eigener Song
New Faces „There’s a new guy in town ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1994 1994 eigener Song
Night Time Is the Right Time „You know the night time, oh, is the right time ...“[7] Roosevelt Sykes Bootleg-Aufnahme 2016 Coversong
No Expectations „Take me to the station and put me on a train ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
No Spare Parts „Baby, baby, baby, baby...
Daddy drunk, daddy drunk himself to death ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
No Use in Crying „Ain’t no use in crying ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Tattoo You 1980 1981 eigener Song
Not Fade Away „I’m gonna tell you how it’s gonna be ...“[7] Buddy Holly und Norman Petty Als Single veröffentlicht (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Now I’ve Got a Witness (Like Uncle Phil and Uncle Gene) Nanker Phelge The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 eigener Song Instrumental
Off the Hook „Sittin’ in my bedroom late last night ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 eigener Song
Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Going) „No matter how she wants me ...“[7] Barbara Lynn Ozen Out of Our Heads (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 Coversong
Oh No, Not You Again „Here you stand before me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2005 2005 eigener Song
On With the Show „Good evening one and all we’re all so glad to see you here ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
One Hit (To the Body) „You fell out of the clear blue sky ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
One More Shot „Uh baby, I got a message for you ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Steve Jordan Grrr! 2012 2012 eigener Song
One More Try „You need some money in a hurry ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Stone Age (UK)

Out of Our Heads (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
Out of Control „I
Was out in the city ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Out of Tears „I can’t feel ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Out of Time „You don’t know what’s going on ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath (UK)

Flowers (US)

1966 1966 eigener Song
Pain in My Heart „Pain in my heart ...“[7] Allen Toussaint (unter dem Pseudonym Naomi Neville) The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 Coversong
Paint It Black „I see a red door and I want to paint it black ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

Aftermath (US)

1966 1966 eigener Song
Parachute Woman „Parachute woman, land on me tonight ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Pass the Wine (Sophia Loren) „Walkin’ down the street wit’ a sad face ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1972 2010 eigener Song
Pay Your Dues „Chief to scorn his friends make love to his ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Necrophilia 1972 eigener Song
Petrol Blues „Please Mr. President, say it isn't so ...“[11] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Petrol Gang „Please Mr. President, say it isn’t so ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1978 eigener Song
Play With Fire „Well, you’ve got your diamonds and you’ve got your pretty clothes ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Hot Rocks 1964–1971 (UK)

Out of Our Heads (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
Please Go Home „Please go home
Please go home
Well maybe I’m talkin to fast ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons (UK)

Flowers (US)

1966 1967 eigener Song
Plundered My Soul „Can you believe it, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1971 2010 eigener Song
Poison Ivy „She comes on like a rose ...“[7] Jerry Leiber und Mike Stoller The Rolling Stones (EP) (UK)

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)(US)

1963 1964 Coversong
Pretty Beat Up „Pretty beat up ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Undercover 1983 1983 eigener Song
Prodigal Son „Well a poor boy took his father’s bread and started down the road ...“[7] Rev. Robert Wilkins Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 Coversong
Rain Fall Down „It was an filthy block of flats ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Reelin’ and Rockin’ „Sometimes I will, then again I think I won’t ...“[7] Chuck Berry Bootleg-Aufnahme 2010 Coversong
Respectable „Well now we’re respected in society ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
Rice Krispies Jingle „Wake up in the morning there’s a snap around the place ...“[8] J.W. Thompson und Brian Jones Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song
Ride ’Em on Down „Yeah!
I’m a dealin’ man, still dealing, yeah ...“[7]
Eddie Taylor Blue & Lonesome 2015 2016 Coversong
Ride On, Baby „A smile on your face ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards No Stone Unturned (UK)

Flowers (US)

1965 1967 eigener Song
Rip This Joint „Mama says yes, Papa says no, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Road Runner „Well I’m a roadrunner, honey ...“[7] Bo Diddley Grrr! 1963 2012 Coversong
Rock and a Hard Place „The fields of Eden ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Rock Me Baby „Rock me baby, rock me all night long ...“[7] B.B. King und Joe Bihari Live Licks 2002 2004 Coversong
Rocks Off „Oh yeah!
I hear you talking when I’m on the street ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Roll Over Beethoven „I’m gonna write a little letter, ...“[7] Chuck Berry On Air 1963 2017 Coversong
Rough Justice „One time you were my baby chicken ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Route 66 „Well if you ever plan to motor west ...“[7] Bobby Troup The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Ruby Tuesday „She would never say where she came from ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Als Single veröffentlicht (UK)

Between the Buttons (US)

1966 1967 eigener Song
Sad Day „Someone woke me up this mornin’ and I lit a cigarette ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards No Stone Unturned (UK)

B-Seite der Single 19th Nervous Breakdown (US)

1965 1973 eigener Song
Sad Sad Sad „Fling you out into orbit ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
Saint of Me „Saint
Paul the persecutor ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Salt of the Earth „Let’s drink to the hard working people ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Save Me „Baby. Ooh!
Baby
Save me. Ooh! ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1972 eigener Song
Send It to Me „Oh, I think I had enough of your religion ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Sex Drive „I got this sexdrive ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Flashpoint 1991 1991 eigener Song
Shake Your Hips „Wanna tell you ’bout a dance ...“[7] Slim Harpo Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 Coversong
Shang A Doo Lang „Shang a doo lang, shang a lang doo lang ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1963 eigener Song
Shattered „Shattered, shattered ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
She Never Listens to Me „ ...“ Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1985 eigener Song
She Said Yeah „Dam deedle dee dam dam
Little girl, where did you come from ...“[7]
Sonny Christy und Roddy Jackson Out of Our Heads (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 Coversong
She Saw Me Coming „She saw me coming ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
She Smiled Sweetly „Why do my thoughts loom so large on me? ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
She Was Hot „New York was cold and damp ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
She’s a Rainbow „She comes in colors ev’rywhere ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
She’s So Cold „I’m so hot for her, I’m so hot for her ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Shine a Light „Saw
You stretched out in Room Ten O Nine ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1970 1972 eigener Song
Short and Curlies „Too bad she’s got you by the balls ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1974 1974 eigener Song
Silver Train „Silver train is a-comin’ ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1973 1973 eigener Song
Sing This All Together „Why don’t we sing this song all together ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
Sister Morphine „Here I lie in my hospital bed ...“[8] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Marianne Faithfull Sticky Fingers 1969 1971 eigener Song
Sittin’ on a Fence „Since I was young I’ve been very hard to please ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) (UK)

Flowers (US)

1965 1966 eigener Song
Slave „Do it, do it, do it, do it ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1981 1981 eigener Song
Sleep Tonight „You better get some sleep tonight ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Slipping Away „Guess it’s just another dream ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
So Divine (Aladdin Story) „You think you’ve got me in your chains ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1971 2010 eigener Song
So Young „I met her in a movie house, she was playin’ the arcades ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Some Girls „Some girls give me money ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind „Why does the sky turn grey ev’ry night ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1965 1975 eigener Song
Something Happened to Me Yesterday „Something happened to me yesterday
something I can’t speak of right away ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Soul Survivor „When the waters is rough ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Sparks Will Fly „You’d better grease up ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Star Star (Starfucker) „Baby,
Baby, I’ve been so sad since you’ve been gone ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
Start Me Up „If you start me up, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1979 1981 eigener Song
Stealing My Heart „Well luck is expensive and freedom comes cheap ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Forty Licks 2002 2002 eigener Song
Stewed and Keefed (Brian’s Blues) Nanker Phelge und Stewart Bootleg-Aufnahme 1964 eigener Song Instrumental
Still a Fool „Now there’s two, there’s two trains running ...“[7] Muddy Waters Bootleg-Aufnahme 1968 Coversong
Stoned „Stoned
Out of my mind ...“[7]
Nanker Phelge B-Seite der Single I Wanna Be Your Man (UK)

Singles Collection: The London Years (US)

1963 1963 eigener Song
Stop Breaking Down „Ev’ry time I’m walking all down the street ...“[8] Robert Johnson Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 Coversong
Stray Cat Blues „I hear the click-clack of your feet on the stairs ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Street Fighting Man „Ev’rywhere
I hear the sound of marching, charging feet, boy ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Streets of Love „You’re awful bright, you’re awful smart ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Strictly Memphis „Owwwooooo, yeah
Well...
Like to put my foot down, head out of New York town ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1985 eigener Song
Stuck Out All Alone „Woo whoo whoo whoo
Woo whoo whoo whoo
Saw you on the sidewalk sister ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1968 eigener Song
Stupid Girl „I’m not talkin’ about the kind of clothes she wears ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
Suck on the Jugular „Been keeping cool ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Summer Romance „Just a few days and you’ll be back in your school ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Summertime Blues „I’m a gonna raise a fuss, I’m a-gonna raise a holler ...“[7] Eddie Cochran und Jerry Capehart Bootleg-Aufnahme 1985 Coversong
Sure the One You Need „She may not be the one you're thinking of ...“[14] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1975 eigener Song
Surprise, Surprise „Well, I told friends of mine, you been tellin’ lies ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Lord’s Taverners Charity Album (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 eigener Song
Suzie Q „Oh, Suzie Q ...“[7] Dale Hawkins, Stan Lewis und Eleanore Broadwater The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

12×5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Sway „Did you ever wake up to find ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1970 1971 eigener Song
Sweet Black Angel „Got a sweet black angel, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Sweet Little Sixteen „They’re really rockin’ Boston ...“[7] Chuck Berry Bootleg-Aufnahme 1978 Coversong
Sweet Neo-Con „You call yourself a Christian ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Sweet Virginia „Wadin’ through the waste stormy winter, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Sweethearts Together „Sweethearts together
We’ve only just begun ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Sympathy for the Devil „Please allow me to introduce myself ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Beggars Banquet 1968 1968 eigener Song
Take It or Leave It „You can turn off and on more times ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath (UK)

Flowers (US)

1965 1966 eigener Song
Talkin’ About You „Let me tell you ’bout a girl I know ...“[7] Chuck Berry Out of Our Heads (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 Coversong
Tallahassee Lassie „Well she comes from Tallahassee ...“[7] Bob Crewe, Frank Slay und Freddy Cannon Some Girls 1978 2011 Coversong Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Tell Me (You’re Coming Back) „I want you back again ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 1964 1964 eigener Song
Terrifying „No matter what you say ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Steel Wheels 1989 1989 eigener Song
That Girl Belongs to Yesterday „Last night I needed you so bad ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1963 eigener Song
That’s How Strong My Love Is „If I was the sun way up there ...“[7] Roosevelt Jamison Out of Our Heads 1965 1965 Coversong
The Lantern „We, on our present life, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Their Satanic Majesties Request 1967 1967 eigener Song
The Last Time „Well, I told you once and I told you twice, ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (UK)

Out of Our Heads (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
The Singer Not the Song „Everywhere you want I always go ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards B-Seite der Single Get Off of My Cloud (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
The Spider and the Fly „Sittin’ thinkin’ sinkin’ drinkin’ ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Als Single veröffentlicht (UK)

Out of Our Heads (US)

1965 1965 eigener Song
The Storm „(Hey, Can’t you have this in mono?)
I musta been foolish, I musta been blind ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones Singles Box Set (1971–2006) 1993 2011 eigener Song
The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man „Well, I’m waitin’ at the bus stop in downtown L.A. ...“[8] Nanker Phelge Out of Our Heads 1965 1965 eigener Song
The Worst „Well I said from the first ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Thief in the Night „All the way, all the way ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Pierre de Beauport Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Think „I’m givin’ you a piece of my mind ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1965 1966 eigener Song
Think I’m Going Mad „And I think I’m going mad ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Als Single veröffentlicht 1983 1984 eigener Song
This Place Is Empty „Walk right in ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2004 2005 eigener Song
Through the Lonely Nights „Through the lonely nights I think of you ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Rarities 1971–2003 1973 1974 eigener Song
Thru and Thru „You know that we do take away ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
Tie You Up (The Pain of Love) „You’re deaf to it, blind to it ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
Till the Next Goodbye „Honey, is there any place that you would like to eat? ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1973 1974 eigener Song
Time Is on My Side „Time is on my side, yes it is ...“[7] Norman Meade und Jimmy Norman The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

12×5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Time Waits for No One „Yes, star crossed in pleasure the stream flows on by ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards It’s Only Rock ’n Roll 1973 1974 eigener Song
Title 5 Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. (reissue) 1967 2010 eigener Song Instrumental
Too Much Blood „I want to dance, I want to sing ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
Too Rude „Girl you’re too bad ...“[7] Lindon Roberts Dirty Work 1985 1986 Coversong
Too Tight „Baby, don’t get too tight with me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
Too Tough „If you want to wreck my life ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
Tops „Hey baby
Every man is the same come on ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1979 1981 eigener Song
Torned and Frayed „Hey let him follow you down, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Travelin’ Man „Yeah yeah
I heard the crunch of the gravel ...“
Jerry Fuller Bootleg-Aufnahme 1970 Coversong
Tried to Talk Her Into It „I tried to talk her into it ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1982 eigener Song
Try a Little Harder „Do, do, do doot, do doo n’ do doot
Don’t you worry try a little harder ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1964 1975 eigener Song
Tumbling Dice „Women think I’m tasty, but they’re always tryin’ to waste me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Turd on the Run „Grabbed hold of your coat tail but it come off in my hand, ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Twenty Flight Rock „Oh I get a girl with a record machine ...“[7] Eddie Cochran und Nelda Fairchild Still Life 1981 1982 Coversong
Under My Thumb „Under my thumb
The girl who once had me down ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath 1966 1966 eigener Song
Under the Boardwalk „When the sun beats down ...“[7] Kenny Young und Arthur Rednick The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

12×5 (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Under the Radar „You say you want me ...“[15] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards A Bigger Bang 2005 2005 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Special Edition/DVD A Bigger Bang
Undercover of the Night „Hear the screams of Center 42 ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
Uptight (Everything’s Alright) „Baby, everything is all right, uptight, out of sight ...“[7] Stevie Wonder, Sylvia Moy und Henry Cosby Bootleg-Aufnahme 1972 Coversong
Ventilator Blues „When your spine is cracking and your hands, they shake, ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Mick Taylor Exile on Main St. 1971 1972 eigener Song
Waiting on a Friend „Watching girls go passing by ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1972 1981 eigener Song
Walking the Dog „Baby, back
Dressed in black...“[7]
Rufus Thomas The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
Wanna Hold You „I wanna hold ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Undercover 1982 1983 eigener Song
We Had It All „I can hear the wind a blowin’ in my mind ...“[7] Troy Seals und Donnie Fritts Some Girls 1979 2011 Coversong Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
We Love You „We don’t care if you only love "we" ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Als Single veröffentlicht 1967 1967 eigener Song
We Want the Stones[8] „We want The Stones ...“[11] Nanker Phelge Singles 1963–1965 2004 eigener Song
We Were Falling in Love „I caught a glimpse of waving hair ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 2014 eigener Song
We’re Wastin’ Time „We’re wastin time
Inside my mind ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Metamorphosis 1964 1975 eigener Song
What a Shame „What a shame nothin’ seems to be goin’ right ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 eigener Song
What to Do „What to do yeah.
I really don’t know, ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Aftermath (UK)

More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)(US)

1965 1966 eigener Song
When the Whip Comes Down „Yeah, mama and papa told me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Some Girls 1977 1978 eigener Song
When You’re Gone „I don’t want to think about you when you’re gone ...“[7] Mick Jagger, Keith Richards und Ron Wood Some Girls 1977 2011 eigener Song Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Where the Boys Go „Hey girls, you better listen to me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Emotional Rescue 1979 1980 eigener Song
Who Do You Love „Who do you love? ...“[8] Bo Diddley Voodoo Lounge Uncut (Live) 2018 Coversong
Who’s Been Sleeping Here? „What you say girl, you see what is wrong ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
Who’s Driving Your Plane? „It was your father who trained you and your mother ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards No Stone Unturned (UK)

Singles Collection: The London Years (US)

1966 1966 eigener Song
Wild Horses „Childhood living is easy to do ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Sticky Fingers 1969 1971 eigener Song
Will You Be My Lover Tonight? „Will you, will you, will you be my lover tonight? ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1963 eigener Song
Winning Ugly „I wanna be on top ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Dirty Work 1985 1986 eigener Song
Winter „And it sure been a cold, cold winter ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Goats Head Soup 1972 1973 eigener Song
Wish I’d Never Met You „And I wish I never met you ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Rarities 1971–2003 1989 1990 eigener Song
Worried About You „Sometime I wonder why you do these things to me ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Tattoo You 1974 1981 eigener Song
Yah Is Not Dead „The problem with Christians is Christianity ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1979 eigener Song
Yesterday’s Papers „Who wants yesterdays papers
who wants yesterdays girl ...“[8]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Between the Buttons 1966 1967 eigener Song
You Better Move On „You ask me to give up the hand of the girl I love ...“[7] Arthur Alexander The Rolling Stones (EP) (UK)

December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (US)

1963 1964 Coversong
You Can Make It If You Try „You can make it if you try ...“[7] Ted Jarrett The Rolling Stones (UK)

England’s Newest Hit Makers (US)

1964 1964 Coversong
You Can’t Always Get What You Want „I saw her today at the reception ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1968 1969 eigener Song
You Can’t Catch Me „I bought a brand new airmobile ...“[7] Chuck Berry The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK)

The Rolling Stones, Now! (US)

1964 1965 Coversong
You Don’t Have to Mean It „You don’t have to mean it ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bridges to Babylon 1997 1997 eigener Song
You Got Me Rocking „I was a butcher cutting up meat ...“[7] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Voodoo Lounge 1993 1994 eigener Song
You Got the Silver „Hey, babe, what’s in your eyes? ...“[8] Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Let It Bleed 1969 1969 eigener Song
You Gotta Move „You gotta move...“[7] Fred McDowell und Gary Davis Sticky Fingers 1969 1971 Coversong
You Should Have Seen Her Ass „ ...“ Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1972 1972 eigener Song
You Win Again „The news is out all over town ...“[7] Hank Williams Some Girls 1977 2011 Coversong Bonusmaterial der Wiederveröffentlichung
Zip Mouth Angel „I went up to the island to, see that Angel was
Home ...“[7]
Mick Jagger und Keith Richards Bootleg-Aufnahme 1998 eigener Song

Siehe auchBearbeiten

LiteraturBearbeiten

  • Philippe Margotin, Jean-Michel Guesdon: Rolling Stones – Alle Songs: Die Geschichten hinter den Tracks. 2. Auflage. Delius Klasing, 2018, ISBN 978-3-667-11088-6.

WeblinksBearbeiten

Commons: The Rolling Stones – Sammlung von Bildern

EinzelnachweiseBearbeiten

  1. Kurt Kister: Mit der Kampfkraft der Kakerlake. sueddeutsche.de, 18. Dezember 2003, abgerufen am 17. Oktober 2020.
  2. Meister des Mehrwerts. wiwo.de, 12. Juli 2012, abgerufen am 17. Oktober 2020.
  3. 100 Gratest Artists. Abgerufen am 17. Oktober 2020 (englisch).
  4. Rolling Stones – "Living in a Ghost Town". Abgerufen am 17. Oktober 2020.
  5. Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of all time (2010 Edition). Abgerufen am 17. Oktober 2020 (englisch).
  6. ROLLING-STONE-Voting: Die besten Songs der Rolling Stones. Abgerufen am 21. Oktober 2020.
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  13. Mr. Pitiful (Live 2005). Abgerufen am 23. Oktober 2020 (englisch).
  14. Sure the One You Need. Abgerufen am 23. Oktober 2020 (englisch).
  15. Under the radar. Abgerufen am 23. Oktober 2020.