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The 50 Greatest Protest Songs
The Man was definitely out to get the Stones in the Spring of 1967. Already tagged as Public Enemies by the Establishment, their notoriety was assured when police mounted a raid on Keith Richards' house and found all sorts of naughty illicit substances. With both Jagger and Richards facing the very real prospect of a jail sentence, the band marked time before the court case by recording this new song. With a promo video that recalled the persecution of Oscar Wilde, the Stones claimed that while the state's "uniforms won't fit we", they assured the stuffed shirts that "We love you". The case was subsequently quashed. Yeah!