She confessed her love to me Then she vanished on the breeze Trying to hold on to that was just impossible
She was more than beautiful Closer to ethereal With a kind of down to earth flavor
Close my eyes It's three in the afternoon Then I realize That she's really gone for good
Anybody seen my baby Anybody seen her around Love has gone and made me blind I've looked but I just can't find She has gotten lost in the crowd
And I was flippin' magazines In that place on Mercer street When I thought I spotted her
And getting on a motor bike Looking really lady like Didn't she just give me a wave?
Salty tears It's three in the afternoon Has she disappeared Has she really gone for good
Anybody seen my baby Anybody seen her around If I just close my eyes I reach out and touch the prize Anybody seen her around
Oh yeah that's what I'm sayin' We came to rock for Brooklyn And Queens and Long Island And all over the world We came to rock for everybody like this
Anybody seen my baby (anybody, anybody seen my baby) Anybody seen her, anybody seen her around If I just close my eyes I reach out, I reach out and touch the prize Anybody seen her around
(Oh yeah) anybody seen my baby Anybody seen her around (lost, lost and never found) (Oh yeah) I must have called her a thousand times Oh, sometimes I think she's just in my imagination
Writer/s: K.D. Lang, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Benjamin Mink
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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Craig from Newport Beach, CaRegarding K.D. Lang's "contribution" to the song: Keith Richards said as the Stones listened back to ANYBODY in the studio, something sounded familiar about it that they could not put their finger on. Later Keith was playing the recording at home, and his daughter and her friend started spontaneously singing Lang's song along with the Stones' song. And Keith thought, "Oh, boy, maybe that's what sounded familiar to us in the studio." It could have been pure coincidence, or else subconscious influence. But just to play it safe, and because they were up against a deadline, the Stones gave Lang credit. Mick thought they shouldn't, and maybe he's right. ANYBODY SEEN MY BABY is a much better song than CONSTANT CRAVING. It's understandable that Lang said she was "flattered" the Stones gave her a credit.
Eric from Hastings, Mnumm what was the point?
Homero from Monterrey , MexicoNot a very good song in my opinion. Can you notice that Lang contributed more to the song than the RS ???
Mark from Los Angeles, Cabiz markie does the rap, it was sampled from his first album
Car from Tulsa, OkMick Jagger said openly that he got the idea for the song from one of her songs. (lang)
Jacquie from Sparks, NvAngelina Jolie was in the video for this song. There were actually two versions, one version more explicit (with nudity) than the other.
Jade from Chippewa Falls, Wi This was possibly about Mick Jagger's dreams about Mary Badham. She dated him for a day and he fell for her, but she didn't want anything to do with him. This is a good song
Charles from New York, NyDoes anybody of note do the rap part?
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