Album: Singles Collection: The London Years (1963)
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  • Stoned
    Out of my mind
    Here I go
    Ah, yeah
    Where am I at?
    Yeah, yeah Writer/s: BRIAN JONES, CHARLIE WATTS, IAN STEWART, KEITH RICHARDS, MICHAEL JAGGER, WILLIAM PERKS
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
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Comments: 2

  • Davíd from Woburn, MaTom's right. "Nnker Phelge" was a combo of all their last names, which was easier than crediting Jagger/Richards/Jones/Wyman/Hopkins/Jones. Plus, it sounds cooler.
  • Tom from Yuba City, CaNanker Phelge is the name attributed to when all five stones contributed equally and they shared in the royalties. That's why you only see it in early Stones songs
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