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Thin Lizzy with Mick Jagger vocals
This makes me want to dance.
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Strokes britt pop as well like Bob Dylan ..
best song from the album
very very very very underrated
What about So it Goes by Nick Lowe? Listen to the verse's chord progression.
glad im not the only one who thinks this sounds like thin lizzy
I agree Thin Lizzy sound advanced, albert is funky in this song, he should do more funky rhythm guitar on the next album
Love the Thin Lizzy homage in this track.
Someone wanna get drunk with me and listen to this song on repeat?  YES
"You get tired when the days are too long, you get lonely when the days are gone." Oh, that's me.
love this damn song
Thin Lizzy, i can hear it too :D
Someone wanna get drunk with me and listen to this song on repeat? 
sooooooo good! even if the competition is extremely tough this must be my favourite on the new album
This is like 3 or 4 classic rock songs mashed into one 
It seems Beatles.
I liked the Billy Joel comparison most.
Thin Lizzy. 
The Strokes as Queen
This is like 3 or 4 classic rock songs mashed into one
My favorite from the new album, yeah
This song makes me so HAPPY :D
I LOVE this song <3
sounds like Queen.
this song = Steely Dan "Reeling In The Years"
love the drums
Since everyone else is sharing what this reminded them of - "Instant Karma!" for me. But, really, I think it just draws on older influences more than from any particular song or artist.
I don't get the comparisons to Thin Lizzy. :| sure this is a good song and it's from a good album....but Thin Lizzy?
Reminds me something...but I like it.
Very Thin Lizzy <3
Yep, this'll be the hit track we remember from this record. "Under Cover of Darkness" was the first single because of the fact that it sounds the most traditionally 'strokesy', but this one will be more successful, I think. I like it anyway.