the rolling stones - live with me - stereo edit - no saxophone
the rolling stones - live with me - stereo edit - no saxophone
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Edit. I cut out that dreadful sax. I really hate that thing. Away with it, enjoy ’Stones only’ on this one.

Recorded on May 24, 1969. Released on "Let It Bleed" on December 5, 1969.
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Electric guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor. Bass: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Pianos: Nicky Hopkins & Leon Russell. Backing vocals: Keith Richards.

LIVE WITH ME
(Jagger/Richards)

I got nasty habits, I take tea at three
Yes, and the meat I eat for dinner
Must be hung up for a week
My best friend, he shoots water rats
And feeds them to his geese
Don’cha think there’s a place for you
In between the sheets?

Come on now, honey
We can build a home for three
Come on now, honey
Don’t you wanna live with me?

And there’s a score of harebrained children
They’re all locked in the nursery
They got earphone heads they got dirty necks
They’re so 20th century
Well they queue up for the bathroom
’Round about 7:35
Don’cha think we need a woman’s touch to make it come alive?

You’d look good pram pushing
Down the high street
Come on now, honey
Don’t you wanna live with me?

Whoa, the servants they’re so helpful, dear
The cook she is a whore
Yes, the butler has a place for her
Behind the pantry door
The maid, she’s French, she’s got no sense
She’s from the Crazy Horse
And when she strips, the chauffeur flips
The footman’s eyes get crossed

Don’cha think there’s a place for us
Right across the street
Don’cha think there’s a place for you,
In between the sheets?


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Views: 591
Added: 4 years ago
Duration: 02:25
Rate this video
Rating: 0/5 ~ Votes: 0
Videos: 462
Subscribers: 23
Description
Edit. I cut out that dreadful sax. I really hate that thing. Away with it, enjoy ’Stones only’ on this one.

Recorded on May 24, 1969. Released on "Let It Bleed" on December 5, 1969.
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Electric guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor. Bass: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Pianos: Nicky Hopkins & Leon Russell. Backing vocals: Keith Richards.

LIVE WITH ME
(Jagger/Richards)

I got nasty habits, I take tea at three
Yes, and the meat I eat for dinner
Must be hung up for a week
My best friend, he shoots water rats
And feeds them to his geese
Don’cha think there’s a place for you
In between the sheets?

Come on now, honey
We can build a home for three
Come on now, honey
Don’t you wanna live with me?

And there’s a score of harebrained children
They’re all locked in the nursery
They got earphone heads they got dirty necks
They’re so 20th century
Well they queue up for the bathroom
’Round about 7:35
Don’cha think we need a woman’s touch to make it come alive?

You’d look good pram pushing
Down the high street
Come on now, honey
Don’t you wanna live with me?

Whoa, the servants they’re so helpful, dear
The cook she is a whore
Yes, the butler has a place for her
Behind the pantry door
The maid, she’s French, she’s got no sense
She’s from the Crazy Horse
And when she strips, the chauffeur flips
The footman’s eyes get crossed

Don’cha think there’s a place for us
Right across the street
Don’cha think there’s a place for you,
In between the sheets?


®© 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.)
Categories
Entertainment, Music
Tags
stones, sixties