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What many would consider the most vulnerable of songs by British Rock icons The Rolling Stones, it is also the one which represents a shift to a more serious direction in the band’s sound. Written in 1969, primarily by Keith Richards for his newborn son – with some verses by Mick Jagger reflecting on his deteriorating relationship with Marianne Faithful – “Wild Horses” has a sweet slow melody that closed out the 1960s.

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