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The Rolling Stones

You Got The Silver

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“You Got the Silver” is a song by English rock and roll band the Rolling Stones from their 1969 album Let It Bleed. Recorded on February 18, 1969, “You Got the Silver” is the first Rolling Stones song to feature guitarist Keith Richards on lead vocals by himself (Keith shared lead with Mick Jagger on “Something Happened to Me Yesterday” from Between the Buttons and “Salt of the Earth” from Beggars Banquet). One of Richards’ own compositions, “You Got the Silver” is said to be written about Richards’ then-girlfriend Anita Pallenberg. It is the last Rolling Stones recording with Brian Jones to be released. He plays autoharp, one of his two appearances on the album. The band recorded a version of the song with Jagger on lead, but opted to use Richards’ version... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ You got the silver you got the gold

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