Name that Rolling Stones song!

Try and get some satisfaction by winning this quiz!


They're one of the most famous bands in the world, but how well do you really know The Rolling Stones? In this quiz, we're giving you ONE lyric from a song by The Rolling Stones, and you need to figure out the title!

  1. "I frowned at the crumbs of a crust of bread."
  2. "See the fire is sweeping our very streets today."
  3. "Well he can't be a man cause he doesn't smoke the same cigarettes as me."
  4. "If I look hard enough into the setting sun, my love will laugh with me before the morning comes."
  5. "I have my freedom, but I don't have much time."
  6. "There's one thing, baby, I don't understand: You keep on telling me that I ain't your kind of man."
  7. "She just can't be chained to a life where nothing's gained and nothing's lost."
  8. "I'm all sixes and sevens and nines."
  9. "I walk smooth, ride in a mean, mean machine."
  10. "Have you seen her all in gold like a queen in days of old?"

Name that Rolling Stones song!

Your Result...

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JeffPaul76 3 months ago
"You got 7 out of 10" ------"Way to go!" -----------I got 1, 2, & 6 wrong.
MrJSB53 3 months ago
6/10, 2 better then the last quiz
JennylovesTV 3 months ago
8/10 That gives me satisfaction 😌
Gossemer 3 months ago
9/10 missed #9. Well this qiuz came to my " emotional rescue". Bye all. Pleased to meet you, Hope you guess my name.
dazeofwine 3 months ago
9/10. Missed the lyrics from Start Me Up.
sjbang88 3 months ago
9/10 Only because Rolling Stones songs are rock 'n roll classics.
JL1965 3 months ago
10/10 Greatest Rock & Roll Band Of All Time
gockionni 3 months ago
7/10 and most were guesses cuz I rarely understood Jagger’s enunciation, I was never really sure what he was saying lol.
Bapa1 gockionni 3 months ago
There's a story from the 70's, Nils Lofgren (Neil Young, Grin, Springsteen) was recording a solo album and wanted to do 'Tumbling Dice'. instead of getting the sheet music with the lyrics, he just recorded it from listening to the record. His version, lyric-wise, was totally different.
gockionni Bapa1 3 months ago
That’s really interesting! I hadn’t heard their version yet.
MikefromJersey Bapa1 3 months ago
When Manfred Mann covered Bruce's "Blinded By the Light" they also screwed up
the lyrics!
FLETCH 3 months ago
9 out of 10

Dang! Just missed #9
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