Edit for headphones. Edit of a 44bit-88.1kHz 83 MB file of the ABKCO dsd remaster. Drums and tambourine on both channels, bass less domineering and some more centered. Lovely, atmospheric song. Sounds best on vinyl! I also gave Keith’s VERY pleasant guitar more body. As usual, for a great deal, Brian is making this song so special, with his high harmonica sound...
Recorded August 3-11, 1966, released on the album "Between the Buttons" *** in Januari and February of 1967. By Decca records and by London records. Those were the days...
Piano & harmonica: Brian Jones. Vocal: Mick Jagger. Acoustic & electric guitars: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman.
WHO’S BEEN SLEEPING HERE
What you say girl, you see what is wrong
You, must be joking, you was led alone
But the butler the baker, the laughing cavalier
Will tell me now, who’s been sleeping here
I want to know
Tell me baby, who’s been sleeping here
What you say girl, who’d you see that night
I was doing, doing something right
Oh the soldier, the sailor then there’s the three muskateers
They’ll now tell me now, who’s been sleeping here
Did I ever tell you I want to know
Hey baby, who’s been sleeping here
Don’t you look like, like a goldilocks
There must be somewhere, somewhere you can stop
Yes there’s the noseless old newsboy the old british brigadier
But you’ll tell me now, who’s been sleeping here
Who’s been eating, eating off my plate
Who will tell me, who’ll investigate
There’s the seargeants the soldiers the cruel old grenadiers
But they’ll tell me, now, who’s been sleeping here
Cause I want to know who’s been sleeping right here
Was it your mummy, your daddy, who’s been sleeping here
Was it your auntie, your uncle, who’s been sleeping here
Was it your boyfriend, your girlfriend, who’s been sleeping here
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*** The back cover of Between the Buttons is dominated by a six-panel cartoon accompanied by a rhythmic poem drawn by drummer Charlie Watts. When Watts during