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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a. Stuff You Should Know. Josh and Chuck have you covered. View All Popular Podcasts. Mick's vocals are so tender and fragile. It's a very underrated Stone's song. General Comment This is a brilliant song, the stones do it right. The vocals are sweet. I think its about a man, who has the world at his feet, He could have it so much worse.
Just like all of us, doesnt matter how right things might be in or lives, everyones gets the blues, but he is loved, and we're still loved!
General Comment I like this song a lot. It doesn't sound like anything else. Great chill-out song. I think it was in the movie "Beautiful Girls" which is great by the way.
We're Not Gonna Take It. The Who. If Everyone Was Listening. Indian Girl. It's Over. Electric Light Orchestra. Black Magic Woman. Fleetwood Mac. Running On Faith.A Fool To Care is the eighteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Boz Scaggs. It was released in the US on March 31, , and in the UK on March 30, , on Records. The album was the second in a three-album series celebrating American roots music (Memphis being released in and Out of the Blues in ).