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The Rolling Stones — Heart of Stone
Album: Out Of Our Heads
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Released: 1965
Length: 2:40
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There've been so many girls that I've known,
I've made so many cry and still I wonder why
Here comes the little girl,
I see her walking down the street.
She's all by herself,
Trying so hard to please, but
She'll never break, nerver break, never break, never break
This heart of stone. Oh, no, no, this heart of stone.
What's different about her?
I don't really know. No matter how I try
I just can't maker her cry.
But she'll never break, never break, never break, never break
This heart of stone. Oh, no, no, no, this heart of stone.
Don't keep on looking that some old way.
If you try acting sad, you'll only make me glad.
Better listen little girl,
You go on walking down the street,
I ain't got no love, I ain't the kind to meet.
But you'll never break, never break, never break, never break
This heart of stone. Oh, no, no, this heart of stone,
You'll never break this heart of stone.
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{#Devil_pimp}zesty !



bam!
Good, but they got so much better in the next few years.
 hkarr wrote:
After the preceding mix you throw in this Stones classic ... damn I love RP.

 
yeah right?!   awesome music   : )
 Proclivities wrote:
I never read or heard any of them claim that they "NEVER wore matching outfits", but by the time they played on Ed Sullivan (late 1964), they had abandoned them.
 
I've heard both Keith and Bill say it in interviews.
Not sure about Mick or Charlie.
 On_The_Beach wrote:
 Proclivities wrote:
stones

It's interesting how important it is to the surviving Stones to be remembered as "the bad boys".
They swear up and down that they NEVER wore matching outfits like they Beatles; they were far too cool for that!
Photographic evidence to the contrary; damn!

 
I never read or heard any of them claim that they "NEVER wore matching outfits", but by the time they played on Ed Sullivan (late 1964), they had abandoned them.
 Proclivities wrote:
stones

It's interesting how important it is to the surviving Stones to be remembered as "the bad boys".
They swear up and down that they NEVER wore matching outfits like they Beatles; they were far too cool for that!
Photographic evidence to the contrary; damn!
Mick Swagger?
 Proclivities wrote:
stones
Just look at those youngsters! Bunch of whipper-snappers.  

 


 Proclivities wrote:
stones
I hope Andrew Loog Oldham had a high dry cleaning budget for the boys back in the day, because I bet those jackets reeked of smoke & sweat after a show!
 

stones
 That's because it's universal mate. 
Everybody in my alien space craft loves this song...

 

Everybody in my alien space craft loves this song...
 treatment_bound wrote:
Nice song, but this cut is NOT on the "Out Of Our Heads" album US version pictured above.


It was on the UK version (pictured below):


           

Just checked my Australian vinyl album and my cover is the same as shown on RP above and the track "Heart of stone" is not included.
It says that it was made in Australia for the Decca record company London, by E.M.I. Australia



    

 



 msymmes wrote:
I love Radio Paradise.  Bill has impeccable taste.  

BUT I WISH RP WAS A NO STONES ZONE.
 

 
{#Eh}{#Eh}{#Eh}{#Rolleyes}
 treatment_bound wrote:
Nice song, but this cut is NOT on the "Out Of Our Heads" album US version pictured above.


It was on the UK version (pictured below):


               

 
I believe that in North America, this tune was on "Rolling Stones, Now!"
now


this is the STONES   {#Dance}
That's some top flight tambourine playin' there folks.
Nice song, but this cut is NOT on the "Out Of Our Heads" album US version pictured above.


It was on the UK version (pictured below):


           





    
Great memories of my oldest brother are brought to mind with this LP. RIP bro.
I love Radio Paradise.  Bill has impeccable taste.  

BUT I WISH RP WAS A NO STONES ZONE.
 

Everybody in my churches loves this song...
Cheers MrFixit! You embellished a Stones Blast in just the right way!
Had it on a 1/4" 7ips tape for years.  Played it until the mylar rotted!  One of their very best!  Played this right after Linda Coberly (FBI Fingerprint Technician; gf ca. 1965) departed the scene much to my amazement.  What, a 19-something guy can't have TWO girlfriends AND a motorcycle at the same time??
After the preceding mix you throw in this Stones classic ... damn I love RP.
 old_shep wrote:
I still have my '65 issue of this album... and another re-issue vinyl copy I bought to put on, er, tape.
 
The first album that I ever bought. Not a bad way to start out.
Going back a few years. Still sounds great!
Look at that youthful Keith Richards!

SIMPLE AND 10!

Despite other factors - without Mick's voice the STONES had not been possible as world-class band! No way!


A band, many of which the members gave two years max—-now at Fifty Years. I saw them in '67 and '07 and many times in between, R&R and I liked it!.
I still have my '65 issue of this album... and another re-issue vinyl copy I bought to put on, er, tape.
I haven't heard this one in ages, probably 1965.
Classic!  I haven't heard this tune in a while.