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The Rolling Stones

Midnight Rambler (6:53)

"Midnight Rambler" is a song by British rock band the Rolling Stones, released on their 1969 album Let It Bleed.

The lyrics take the point of view of a roaming rapist/murderer; some of the words are reportedly quotes from Albert DeSalvo's confession to the Boston Strangler's crimes. Keith Richards has called the number "a blues opera".

On the composing of the song, Mick Jagger said in a 1995 interview with Rolling…

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Did you hear about the midnight rambler
Everybody got to go?
Did you hear about the midnight rambler
The one that shut the kitchen door?

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