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The Rolling Stones

Sister Morphine (2009 Re-Mastered Digital Version) (5:32)

"Sister Morphine" is a song originally released by British singer Marianne Faithfull, as a single in 1969. It was later popularized by the rock and roll band The Rolling Stones, who included it on their 1971 album release Sticky Fingers. It was originally credited to Jagger/Richards, but after a legal battle, Marianne Faithful has been credited as co-writer.

Recording and release Marianne's version has Mick Jagger on acoustic guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, Ry Cooder on slide, and Jack… read more

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Here I lie in my hospital bed
Tell me, Sister Morphine
When are you coming round again?
Oh, I don't think I can wait that long

The Rolling Stones - Sister Morphine (2009 Re-Mastered Digital Version) Lyrics


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  • Great Stones tune. Look into the epilogue Keith Richards wrote for Etta James. Wer'e only as sick as our secrets.
  • oh, this feeling....
  • .. I think I like SWAY alot more.. yep. SWAY is definitely more of my 'style'
  • I didnt know half of that about this song. Never actually recall hearing this one before tho.. and only thought of Mariann Faithful as a country singer ( dont know if she actually is)...
  • The agony and the extasy, so so scary. Stay off the dope kids !!!!
  • Harrowing and amazing
  • Nettes Stück... aber die sehr eng mit den Stones verbandelte *Marianne Faithfull* hat ebenfalls eine sehr schöne Version davon aufgenommen....

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