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Classic Rock Songs To Warm Up With During This Cold Winter – The Rolling Stones [VIDEOS]

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Let’s go back to 1973 with this classic winter song from The Rolling Stones, “Winter.The album ‘Goats Head Soup’. The winter deluxe edition features Mick Taylor performing a solo from 2001.

Partial lyrics:

“And it’s sure been a cold, cold winter
And the wind ain’t been blown’ from the south
It’s sure been a cold, cold winter
And the  lights of love is all burned out.

It’s sure been a hard, hard winter
My feet been draggin’ cross the ground
And I hope it’s gonna be a long, hot summer
And the light of love will be burnin’ bright.”

So button up, batten down and click on the buttons at the bottom.


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