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The Rolling Stones

Let's Spend the Night Together (3:36)

Released in the UK as a single in January 1967., 'Let's Spend the Night Together' reached #3 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was included on the U.S. version of the Stones' album "Between the Buttons", and was also released there as a single. However, due to the then-controversial nature of the lyrics (proposing a sexual encounter) most radio stations opted to play the flip side 'Ruby Tuesday' instead. The two…

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Let's spend the night together

Now don't you worry 'bout what's on your mind, oh no
I'm in no hurry, I could take my time, oh no

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  • I usually end up focusing almost entirely on Watts in this one, while the rest of the song swirls around me.
  • The best and oldest rock blues band in the world.-,.-
  • I like Bowie's eccentric cover of this, but it's not even a patch on the Stones original. Charlie's just on fire here, for one thing... he doesn't play for David.
  • Brilliant off beat keyboards from Brian Jones
  • bowie version is definitely not better than the original.
  • Sexy as HELL
  • Bowie version is betters than original.
  • My my my my my
  • No comment.
  • Bowie's version is good; the Stones original is BEST (2)

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