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|imagine myself at fifty was as difficult as being asked to imagine, concretely, the |
world after death. Mick Jagger once boasted that “I'd rather be dead than still
singing 'Satisfaction' when I'm forty-five." But now he's over sixty and still singing ...
|Start Me Up In an interview in the 1970s, Rolling Stone Mick Jagger said, “I'd |
rather be dead than singing 'Satisfaction' when I'm forty-five.” Since turning forty-
five years old in 1988, Jagger has sung “Satisfaction” on several Rolling Stones ...
|I was a kid once, myself. 8. Maybe everybody was coked up, but who cares? It |
was hot. It was all about sex. 9. I'd rather be dead than singing Satisfaction when I
'm forty-five. 10. It's not that I dislike g.0l <0.6 many people. It's just that 'ps '(-£ 'q-9
|I'm a pirate, after all. Johnny Depp 34. I'd rather be dead than singing ''|
Satisfaction'' when I'm forty-five. Mick Jagger 35. Did Mad freakin' Maxjust call me
irritating? Joe Pesci 36. Ma'am, I am not speaking too fast. You are thinking too
|Katherine Hepburn “If you want to say it with flowers, a single rose says : I'm |
cheap!” ...Delta Burke “It is useless to hold a ... Shirley MacLaine “I'd rather be
dead than singing “Satisfaction” when I'm forty-five.” ...Mick Jagger “Who picks
|Bad Calls I'd rather be dead than singing “Satisfaction” when I'm forty-five. |
rockerMick Jagger, before he hit 45 With over 50 cars already on sale here, the
Japanese auto industry isn't likely to carve out a big slice of the U.S. market for
|MICK JAGGER, 1964 “When I come back from touring I'm shocked to find a lot of |
my mates tend to be going to bed far too early, and that means I ... KEITH
RICHARDS “I'd rather be dead than singing apos;Satisfaction' when I'm forty-five.
|... now be speaking to you from a jar in the Harvard Medical School.” —Frank |
Sinatra, speaking to reporters “I'd rather be dead than singing 'Satisfaction' when
I'm forty- five.” —Mick Jagger “I patterned my look after Cinderella, Mother Goose,
|I would continue to write and sing but I'd rather be dead than sing 'Satisfaction' |
when I'm fortyfive.” Two years earlier, he told urbane talk show host Dick Cavett
that he could easily see himself doing it at sixty. "Going onstage with a cane,”
|of the Rolling Stones once said, “I'd rather be dead than singing 'Satisfaction' |
when I'm forty-five.” Now, at the age of 70, he is a prime example of the enduring
popularity of some rock icons, not to mention how one's opinions may change ...