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Edit for headphones, to get more body into the song. Recorded September 28 & 29, 1964. Released on February 13, 1965 on the US album "The Rolling Stones, Now!". In 1968 released as b-side to "Street fighting man" in the UK. They had the guts to release an old mono song as b-side! Still, it is an old gem! In 1989 it was released for the first time on a Stones album in the UK: "The Rolling Stones Singles Collection: The London Years".
It was released in 1965 on the Lord's Taverners charity album "14" (Decca LK 4695).* It was the A2-side of the Australian single release of "Street Fighting Man"; B-side was "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love". Yes, that single had two songs as A-side.

Weaving electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards (main lead). Vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums & percussion: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman.

SURPRISE SURPRISE
(Jagger/Richards)

Heard from friends of mine
You been telling lies
How I was wrapped up in you
But surprise, surprise
Surprise, surprise
I never wanted you that bad
'Cause I knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

Why did you have to
Go and fool after
We had got along so fine
But surprise, suprise
Surprise, surprise
Ain't nothing strange to me
Knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

Knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

I hope you're proud of
All your chasin' 'round
Thinkin' I was alone all night
But surprise, suprise
Surprise, surprise
You're only foolin' yourself
'Cause I knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

Yeah, baby why did you have to go fool around
After we got along so fine
I knew you was tellin' lies and tellin' jive
Yes I did
We got along so fine
But I knew you was telling lies
Knew you was talkin' jive
I could see it in your eyes

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* The Lord's Taverners Charity Album is the title usually given to an LP album produced by Decca Records in 1965, featuring fourteen artists under the Decca label (Decca LK 4695). Decca itself advertised the album under the name of 14 Great Artists, while the name on the sleeve is 14 New Recordings. In the United States the album was released as England's Greatest H
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Views: 236
Added: 1 year ago
Duration: 02:29
Rate this video
Rating: 0/5 ~ Votes: 0
Videos: 462
Subscribers: 23
Description
Edit for headphones, to get more body into the song. Recorded September 28 & 29, 1964. Released on February 13, 1965 on the US album "The Rolling Stones, Now!". In 1968 released as b-side to "Street fighting man" in the UK. They had the guts to release an old mono song as b-side! Still, it is an old gem! In 1989 it was released for the first time on a Stones album in the UK: "The Rolling Stones Singles Collection: The London Years".
It was released in 1965 on the Lord's Taverners charity album "14" (Decca LK 4695).* It was the A2-side of the Australian single release of "Street Fighting Man"; B-side was "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love". Yes, that single had two songs as A-side.

Weaving electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards (main lead). Vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums & percussion: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman.

SURPRISE SURPRISE
(Jagger/Richards)

Heard from friends of mine
You been telling lies
How I was wrapped up in you
But surprise, surprise
Surprise, surprise
I never wanted you that bad
'Cause I knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

Why did you have to
Go and fool after
We had got along so fine
But surprise, suprise
Surprise, surprise
Ain't nothing strange to me
Knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

Knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

I hope you're proud of
All your chasin' 'round
Thinkin' I was alone all night
But surprise, suprise
Surprise, surprise
You're only foolin' yourself
'Cause I knew you was telling lies
Knew you was telling lies
I could see it in your eyes

Yeah, baby why did you have to go fool around
After we got along so fine
I knew you was tellin' lies and tellin' jive
Yes I did
We got along so fine
But I knew you was telling lies
Knew you was talkin' jive
I could see it in your eyes

®© UMG

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

* The Lord's Taverners Charity Album is the title usually given to an LP album produced by Decca Records in 1965, featuring fourteen artists under the Decca label (Decca LK 4695). Decca itself advertised the album under the name of 14 Great Artists, while the name on the sleeve is 14 New Recordings. In the United States the album was released as England's Greatest H
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Entertainment, Music