Mick Jagger Quotes

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Kami Garcia
“The guy thought he was Mick Jagger. I felt bad for him.”
Kami Garcia, Beautiful Creatures

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“The only performance that makes it, that makes it all the way is the one that achieves madness.”
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“I'd rather be dead than singing 'Satisfaction' when I'm 45.”
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“When I'm 33, I quit.”
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K.H. Koehler
“I once asked him why he smoked the world's most expensive cigarette, and he told me it was because he was a man of wealth and taste, at least according to Mick Jagger.”
K.H. Koehler, The Devil Dances

Alan Goldsher
“Before John could even get through the first verse, who bursts through the door and jumps right into the fray, lips a'kissin' and hips a'wigglin'? That's right, kids, everbody's favorite zombie hunter. Mick Jagger strode right up to John, raised his arms to the sky, and said, 'O zombie Lennon! It ends here.”
Alan Goldsher, Paul Is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion

Ian F. Svenonius
“Politics doesn’t require talent, intelligence, or good looks. Truly, someone like Donald Rumsfeld, a mediocre government functionary with no discernible talent, intelligence, or charm, is a greater international celebrity than Mick Jagger. Rumsfeld, despite being a has-been, is known in every corner of Asia, the Middle East, and Africa for his insanity and arrogance, while Jagger is admired by a mere couple hundred million music enthusiasts, huddled mostly in the First World.”
Ian F. Svenonius, Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group

Keith Richards
“Mick's album was called She's the Boss, which said it all. I've never listened to the entire thing all the way through. Who has? It's like Mein Kampf. Everybody had a copy, but nobody listened to it.”
Keith Richards, Life

Francine Pascal
“She imagined herself whirling breathlessly beneath the flashing lights of some impossibly chic Manhattan disco. Suddenly, a hand touches her arm. She turns. ‘Pardon me,’ Mick Jagger says, 'I believe this next dance is mine.”
Francine Pascal, Too Good to be True

Austin Grossman
“Depending on how you looked at it, Darren was our Mick Jagger (designated swaggering extrovert) to Simon's Keith Richards (quietly virtuosic, blatantly self-destructive). Or else Darren had been Paul McCartney (chirpily commercial) and Simon had been John Lennon (moody, introspective, possessed of quasi-mystical insights).”
Austin Grossman, You

“They’re very similar people,” observed Keith Richards. “They’re both very guarded creatures. You wonder if there’s anything worth guarding.”
Joe Hagan, Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine