Dead Flowers (The Rolling Stones song)

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Both Richards and Mick Dead flowers rolling stones contribute the 'honky-tonk' style lead guitar lines throughout the album version. I'm not sure if this is one of them but I suspect it is. Log in now to tell us what you think this song means. Basically a way of saying " screw you " but with class.

Dead Flowers Rolling Stones

I think this explanation is best. Live performances of the song from can be found on the Stones' album Stripped and its edition Totally Stripped. Flag Rydochi on March 30,

Dead Flowers Lyrics

More The Rolling Stones Lyrics. No Replies Log in to reply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Jagger commented in But the two still kind of have a connection. I think this song is about someone who changed, like now they think they're better than a former lover or someone like that. General Comment This song is Keith Richard's "ode to heroin. This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. I think it's quite straightforward too -though I'm not entirely sure that what I'm understanding is right- rather than it having a hidden meaning.

Again, I might be completely wrong about this, dead flowers rolling stones it makes sense to me It is Taylor who performs the guitar solo in place of a third verse. Add your thoughts 63 Comments. She thought she was the queen of the underground, ie slumming it. Views Read Edit View history. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Flag Rydochi on March 30, This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards.

General Comment There are many songs credited to "Jagger-Richards" that were in fact written entirely by Keith Richards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. While yes, there is a common drug theme throughout the entire song, you cannot make up drug slang on the spot.

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It was written with the intention of being played as a straight country song. Both Richards and Mick Taylor contribute the 'honky-tonk' style lead guitar lines throughout the album version. I think it's quite straightforward too -though I'm not entirely sure that what I'm understanding is right- rather than it having a hidden meaning.

THE ROLLING STONES /// 9. Dead Flowers - (Sticky Fingers) - (1971)

This article needs additional citations for verification. This page was last edited on 26 Decemberat Lyrics submitted by spliphstar. I think the song is about someone who thinks they're above you, treating you like shit at every turn, hence the " send me dead flowers in the morning, by the mail, at my wedding ", basically saying at dead flowers rolling stones opportunity this person is sending dead flowers rolling stones insult to the reciever.

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