The Rolling Stones – Sing This All Together (See What Happens) (Official Lyric Video)

The Rolling Stones – Sing This All Together (See What Happens) (Official Lyric Video)


♪ ♪ [INDISCRIMINANT BACKGROUND
DIALOGUE] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [VOCALIZING] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [VOCALIZING] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ WHY DON’T WE SING THIS
SONG ALL TOGETHER ♪ ♪ OPEN OUR MINDS
LET THE PICTURES COME ♪ ♪ AND IF WE CLOSE OUR EYES
ALL TOGETHER ♪ ♪ THEN WE WILL SEE
WHERE WE ALL COME FROM ♪ ♪ PICTURES OF US
IN THE CIRCLING SUN ♪ ♪ PICTURES IF US
SHOW THAT WE’RE ALL ONE ♪ ♪ ♪

100 comments

  1. omg, this is a gem! I always thought this should have been the opener in Side A of the album. It would have been a gas, gas, gas.

  2. Also, @ABKCOVEVO, screw you for removing the far superior alternate version of this and "Gomper" from the Satanic Sessions bootlegs. You never copyrighted that, and you know it. Those recordings were originally found in a dumpster, for God's sake. You should have released it on the boxset, if you really cared that much about your precious profits.

  3. 'Im still holding that joint… Under rated song/ track from an equally underrated great Stones Satanic recording…

  4. I always loved "Sing This All Together," but the Stones rarely sing this song in concert or any of an the "Satanic ," songs in concert.
    I bought that album the week it came out. Maybe someone should mix it with The Beatles #9

  5. Let's not get too out there you know…..next stop….a bit of Prince Fari and the Voice of Thunder and Psalms for I, full albums…..I like how there's a bit of Louise SD at the start of this here. and some T Rex I believe. Cool. I probably pick up more influences if I try harder and keep listening.

  6. Una canción poco común, que jamás dejará de ser maravillosa, amo sus percusiones abstractas…sin duda los RollingStones son una banda que dejó una huellota en el mundo de la música <3

  7. Absolutely brilliant. The album is often criticized, but i think it was a great experiment with some great songs. I am happy they went back to their blues oriented rock and roll, but this album is under appreciated . The Stones have survived because they have not been afraid to try everything from rock to funk even when it meant losing teenage boys as fans because they didn't " rock" hard enough like other bands. You either get the Stones or never will. Some of their finest songs have never got airplay.

  8. Don'chu all realize…can'chu feel it…see it…
    It's satanic! ( Read with caution )

    It's brainwashing you into thinking it's something so " cool " or " groundbreaking ". It's minipulative and evil within itself. Now, I can't give you a valid reason why it's brainwashing you expect for this. I've been gifted with a sense that my father calls the " twight eye ". This allows me to look in ones eyes and see right through their soul. This allows me to feel emotions in which are otherworldly. When I see these video and feel their emotions. Their tricky, controlling, almost talking to you to trying to get you to get into something you really wouldn't want to get into in the first place. " The satanic majesties request " ? It's like they are worshipping demons and are making an album out of their " request " .

    Now I'm going to be honest. I'm strong and have true connections with God. I'm non-denominational myself and I believe if you follow God, do what you love, be yourself always and be a true hearted person, you can achieve anything. Demons are different, this time it's for your soul. It's for your eternal life. It's for what makes you, you.

    Don't be fool. Be warned. I'm trying to save you all.

    I'm 14 years old, and I'm a singer/songwriter myself.

    Be warned. May God bless you.

  9. I don't know who put all these great moving shadowbox videos together over the last 2-3 years but their freaking GREAT! These add so much more texture and visuals to one of the greatest panned albums in the past 50 years. Someone put a lot of thought and time in the art work, thank you!! This little psychedelic number was beyond the norm of say 'Sgt Pepper' with it's sterile studio songs. This is truly just what the trippy hippies wanted in an out of mind and body experience rolled in to one. Brilliant lyrics, great melodies, and yes, even insightful druggy gnomes of wisdom..? I now have at least 12 copies of the original kaleidoscope cover in storage. Bravo Stones for your thought provoking style and risk you took, cause the next 6 albums are truly your swan songs despite what the critics said about this one. Remember this, No Jones, No Stones! 🙂

  10. Yes and the Stones thought it was trash. I was a huge Beatles fan and thought Sargent Peppers was great. Then I grew up. If this is what the Stones did without trying puts them well ahead of the " Mop top"

  11. the whale is a nice marker for the nice guitar lick sure , and probably like any heavy jazz blues very expressive of scientific effects , Still I think some of their greater freighter songs

  12. Is it just me, or does the beginning sound a bit like the beginning of The Beatles, Strawberry Fields Forever? Btw, I need a joint..

  13. back in the dinosaur age when some of us had record players if you changed the speeds from 331/3 to 78 the ending would have played We Wish You A Merry Christmas I loved this album because it was a sort of bad takeoff on the Sgt Peppers album

  14. My Top 10 Favorites by the Rolling Stones:
    1. Gimme Shelter
    2. No Expectations
    3. You Can't Always Get What You Want
    4. Street Fighting Man
    5. Salt of the Earth
    6. 2000 Light Years From Home
    7. Sing This All Together
    8. Satisfaction
    9. Wild Horses
    10. She's a Rainbow

  15. With few notable exceptions the Stones could never get a handle on psychedelic music. Sounds really contrived

  16. a wonderful pastiche of raw feelings and errant bits of thoughts from an unsettled time in the Stone's history and music's history.

  17. if you have ever made love to your lover, and maybe had a glass of wine, (or even a little smoke or something else beforehand ) then you would completely understand the genesis of this song, and the beauty of the question it contains.

  18. ok- here it is, the 100th comment, july 30th, 2018- what I love about this particular and bizarre trippy masterpiece of creating something out of nothing, (if you only knew what was going on in Stones' Land, it's a wonder it was ever made,) is it takes me back to my first forays into the realm of psychedelia and thinking out of the box. I was just waking up to seeing the world as it really is, and it was not a pretty picture. Man making war, not love, on the planet and each other forever. Everyone saying they were for God and peace, but everyone basically lying through their teeth. Drugs, sex, and rock&roll blowing massive holes in the hypocrisy of the adult world. The artists riffing off each other, and amplifying the message. The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper an attempt to verbalize the LSD experience and the Stones answer with Satanic Majesties a further description and exploration of what it was like to see the world as a phenomena of rich Ecstasy .(and potential chaos without the guiding light of a belief in Something.) That 'Something' which all the artists were focused on, as the Vietnam War ground on, was giving peace a chance and seeing the world from a different vantage point. Mick and the Stones put it a different way- "Why don't we sing THIS SONG all together, and see where we all come from". – a fairly profound question because we all come from the same source and place and we will all return to that same place after this life, so why do we all spend all our time on the planet fighting with each other- actually an extremely profound question. As the Psychedelic Era ebbed away, burn-out and drug use taking their inevitable toll, and the Dream and the "Movement" ( for civil rights, ban the bomb, anti-war, rights for Native Americans and all people of all hues) also lost focus and faded away, the People forgot the Dream and were seduced again by the lure of the material world and success, we lost the chance for that particular non-violent revolution to succeed. This album should have an enduring place in the history of music and the history of our world reaching for 'Something' that was just beyond our grasp. thank you for the use of the hall.

  19. I don't know who's been animating these Stone's songs like this, but I love them and I think they so much fun to watch. I really enjoy them.

  20. Fck abcko, they Klein fcked the stones,then he fcked, I think the name is the verve, they did bitter sweet symphony, but they used the stones song,and the music from the Andrew Oldham orchestra versions last time. Klein is a piece of shit!

  21. in 1967 many bands released lps….my favorite 67 lp..this one is part of my collection..thanks again for sharing

  22. An orgy of rock, African drums, Asiatic chanting, dialogue, yelling, orchestra, piano, mellotrons and Rolling Stone craziness.

    I love it!

  23. History of Satanic Majesties Request

    In Early 1967 The Rolling Stones Released Between the Buttons which was a pop-filled album with hits Let’s Spend the Night Together and Ruby Tuesday. Drug chargers and jailing after this prevented them from getting to recording sessions. Songs left over from Between the Buttons were released on Flowers in mid-1967. Soon after Sgt Pepper Came Out by the Beatles. The Rolling Stones wanted a chance on something like this. Jailings and court appearances prevented them from getting to recording sessions. The jailings became less frequent by September and they were able to make this psycadelic album in 3 months.

  24. Some cool Stones-related stuff…Jagger singing
    "It Hurts Me too"..(Jamming' with Edward)
    superheavy/Miracle worker.Bill Wyman." What a blow" Keith/ "locked away" live

  25. Yes strawberry fields. Ya thunked MacCartney and Martin created that sound. Sorry, Brian Jones again!

  26. I love ‘Piper…’, but I think this exceeds it for ‘67-era grooviness. Of course, ‘Pepper’ rules, too.

  27. Why do I sense a strong similarity to Sister Ray by Velvet underground in this song? The middle portions of the VU song.

  28. Yes, the critics trashed this album back in 1967 and 1968 but in truth of fact it is a masterpiece! Love it!

  29. I love the introductory mellotron piece at the beginning (probably played by Brian). The rest was just too much acid weirdness

  30. – Lead Vocal: Mick Jagger
    – Electric Guitar: Keith Richards
    – Flute, Brass & Mellotron: Brian Jones
    – Bass: Bill Wyman
    – Drums: Charlie Watts
    – Piano: Nicky Hopkins
     Percussion: Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, John Lennon & Paul McCartney

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