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  • What comes to mind when I say the name Mick Jagger?

    CNN Transcript Jul 6, 2005

  • Literally, you can see him, as he starts to sing, get into the skin of this other thing called Mick Jagger, which is this R & B singer.

    Bono On Bono

  • Finally, before I had to call Mick Jagger again, I found Dad in New York.

    HIGH ON ARRIVAL

  • In case Keith Richards didn't cause big enough rift in the Rolling Stones camp by referring to Mick Jagger as "unbearable" in his autobiography, he has now taken a shot at Ronnie Wood.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • And if your papa was a Rolling Stone namely, Mick Jagger or Keith Richards, a modeling career is pretty much inevitable.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • To paraphrase Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the Saints hear it knocking, on the window.

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  • I'm not referring to jealous friendly rivals such as Mick Jagger -- who has never entirely recovered from Lennon writing the Stones' first hit "I Wanna Be Your Man" after begging John and Paul for a song only to discover that John had given him a throwaway so weak that Lennon then threw it into the Beatles roster as a Ringo vocal!

    Martin Lewis: Still a Drag: John Lennon's Death 30 Years On

  • I'm not referring to jealous friendly rivals such as Mick Jagger -- who has never entirely recovered from Lennon writing the Stones 'first hit "I Wanna Be Your Man" after begging John and Paul for a song only to discover that John had given him a throwaway so weak that Lennon then threw it into the Beatles roster as a Ringo vocal!

    Martin Lewis: Still a Drag: John Lennon's Death 30 Years On

  • Throw in celebrity presenters such as Mick Jagger and Courtney Love and this most English of prizes makes for titillatingly easy copy, brimming with groan-worthy double entendres.

    Thanks to the Bad Sex Award, we know what good sex is

  • I'm not referring to jealous friendly rivals such as Mick Jagger - who has never entirely recovered from Lennon writing the Stones 'first hit "I Wanna Be Your Man" (after begging John and Paul for a song) only to discover that John had given him a throwaway so weak that Lennon then threw it into the Beatles roster as a Ringo vocal!

    Martin Lewis: Salute to John Lennon

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