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Edit, to enjoy the organ more intensely. And espcially the bass! I really dig this song. It’s almost perfect. It is fabulous. Real great organ & real great bass performance. A natural born singer, Mick Jagger.
Recorded August 3 - 11, 1966, released on "Between the Buttons" * in February of 1967.

Organ: Keith Richards. Bass and backing vocal: Keith Richards. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Piano: Jack Nitzsche/Brian Jones. Drums: Charlie Watts.

SHE SMILED SWEETLY
(Jagger/Richards)

Why do my thoughts loom so large on me?
They seem to stay, for day after day
And won’t disappear, I’ve tried every way

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And says don’t worry
Oh, no no no

Where does she hide it inside of her?
That keeps her peace most every day
And won’t disappear, my hair’s turning grey

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And says don’t worry

"There’s nothing in why or when
There’s no use trying, you’re here
Begging again, and ov’r again"

That’s what she said so softly
I understood for once in my life
And feeling good most all of the time

’Caus she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And said don’t worry
Oh, no no no
Oh, no no no
Oh, no no no


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(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.)

* "Between the Buttons", this album’s name is from a dialogue. Someone in the studio - while the album sessions were still going on - asked if the album’s name was known yet. It wasn’t, so someone said: "It’s between the buttons", which means, not yet, but soon it will be.shesmiledsweetly
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Views: 966
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 02:47
Rate this video
Rating: 5/5 ~ Votes: 1
Videos: 379
Subscribers: 24
Description
Edit, to enjoy the organ more intensely. And espcially the bass! I really dig this song. It’s almost perfect. It is fabulous. Real great organ & real great bass performance. A natural born singer, Mick Jagger.
Recorded August 3 - 11, 1966, released on "Between the Buttons" * in February of 1967.

Organ: Keith Richards. Bass and backing vocal: Keith Richards. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Piano: Jack Nitzsche/Brian Jones. Drums: Charlie Watts.

SHE SMILED SWEETLY
(Jagger/Richards)

Why do my thoughts loom so large on me?
They seem to stay, for day after day
And won’t disappear, I’ve tried every way

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And says don’t worry
Oh, no no no

Where does she hide it inside of her?
That keeps her peace most every day
And won’t disappear, my hair’s turning grey

But she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And says don’t worry

"There’s nothing in why or when
There’s no use trying, you’re here
Begging again, and ov’r again"

That’s what she said so softly
I understood for once in my life
And feeling good most all of the time

’Caus she smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
She smiled sweetly
And said don’t worry
Oh, no no no
Oh, no no no
Oh, no no no


®© 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.)

* "Between the Buttons", this album’s name is from a dialogue. Someone in the studio - while the album sessions were still going on - asked if the album’s name was known yet. It wasn’t, so someone said: "It’s between the buttons", which means, not yet, but soon it will be.shesmiledsweetly
Category
Entertainment, Music
Tags
stones, sixties