The lyrics to this song always bugged me.
"Who wants Yesterday's Papers? Nobody in the world!"
Nobody? Really? Then why do libraries archive them? Why do hoarders hoard them. There are people out there who do want yesterday's papers... whether it be to read about a fire that happened down the street from them 40 years ago or to line the bottom of their bird cages... and your utter denial of their existence is simply beyond the pale.
"It seems very hard to love just one girl, when there's a million in the world."
A million girls in the world? That's a conservative estimate... for 10,000 BC! In 1967, you're off by a couple bill!!
The drums sound cool though.
This was the first song Mick Jagger wrote completely on his own for a Rolling Stones album. The song is directed at Jagger's ex-girlfriend Chrissie Shrimpton, whose relationship with Jagger at the time turned sour. Shrimpton tried to commit suicide over the breakup