“We’ve played ‘Brown Sugar’ every night since 1970, so sometimes you think, ‘We’re going to take this one off for now and see how it goes,'” he said. “We could put it back. ”
Keith Richards told The Times he hopes he can play a version of the song in the future.
“I’m trying to figure out with the sisters where the ox is. Didn’t they understand that it was a song about the horrors of slavery? But they are trying to bury it. At the moment, I don’t. don’t want to clash with all this shit **, “he said.” But hopefully we can resurrect the baby in his glory somewhere along the track. “
Released in 1971, the first lines of “Brown Sugar” refer to a woman sold as a slave and whipped around midnight. The song’s chorus includes “brown sugar,” referring to black women, asking “How come you taste so good?” “