Brown Sugar" is a song by the Rolling Stones. It is the opening track and lead single from their album Sticky Fingers (1971). Rolling Stone magazine ranked it number 495 on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and at number five on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time
As recorded by Rolling Stones. From the 1971 Album STICKY FINGERS). & C/G x 12 f. G x 12 f. C x 5 fr. x F/C x 5 fr. x E 8 fr. x A. B&. BROWN SUGAR - Rolling Stones. Page 3 of 6. B Verse 1.
Lyrics to "Brown Sugar" song by The Rolling Stones: Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields Sold in a market down in New Orleans Skydog slaver kn. .Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields Sold in a market down in New Orleans Skydog slaver knows he's doing alright Hear him whip the women just around midnight. Brown sugar how come you taste so good? Brown sugar just like a young girl should. Drums beating, cold English blood runs hot Lady of the house wonderin' where it's gonna stop House boy knows that he's doing alright You shoulda heard him just around midnight . The Rolling Stones Lyrics. album: "Sticky Fingers" (1971).
Brown Sugar" and "Bitch" from the album "Sticky Fingers". Let It Rock" recorded live at Leeds March 13th 1971. under exclusive license to Universal International Music . How simple is it to state and make it clear if this is still vile mono or is having it's first UK territory Stereophonic 45 release?? Not a lot to ask but rather important for us mono dislikers. 45's autochanger-player.
Brown sugar, how come you taste so good Brown sugar, just like a young man should. Drums beating, cold English blood runs hot Lady of the house wonderin' when it's gonna stop House boy knows that he's doing alright You shoulda heard 'em just around midnight. Brown sugar how come you taste so good Brown sugar just like a young boy should Now yeah. Ah, get down on brown, brown sugar, how come you taste so good? Ah, get down, get down brown sugar, just like a grown man should
Brown Sugar Brown Sugar continued Jagger’s newfound penchant for writing controversial lyrics, touching on issues of interracial sex, slavery and heroin use. Just as importantly, the band originally recorded the song in Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in December 1969. The combination of instantaneous musical elements along with at-times jawdropping lyrics gave the Sticky Fingers opener an added punch. 1. You Can’t Always Get What You Want The Rolling Stones wrap up Let It Bleed with a chance at redemption, arguably the greatest album closer of all time. Jagger offers one of his finest moments as a frontman with the support of the London Bach Choir and mer Jimmy Miller. Throughout the song, the group grapples with finding happiness, convincing listeners with the details, meaning and lessons along the way.