We Love You" is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones that was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It was first released as a single on 18 August 1967, with "Dandelion" as the B-side. The song peaked at number 8 in Britain and number 50 in America, where "Dandelion" was promoted as the A-side and peaked at number 14. The recording features a Mellotron part played by Brian Jones and backing vocals by John Lennon and Paul McCartney of the Beatles.
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Lyrics to "Dandelion" song by The Rolling Stones: Prince or pauper, beggar man or thing Play the game with ev'ry flow'r you bring Dandelion don't tell. Tho' you're older now its just the same You can play this dandelion game When you're finished with your childlike prayers Well, you know you should wear it. Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailors lives Rich man, poor man, beautiful, daughters wives Dandelion don't tell no lies Dandelion will make you wise Tell me if she laughs or cries Blow away dandelion, blow away dandelion.
Album Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2). We Love You Lyrics. We don't care if you only love "we" We don't care if you only love "we" We love you. We love you, and we hope That you will love "we" too We love "they" .
The Rolling Stones gave their first performance at the Marquee Club in London on July 12, 1962. At the time, the group consisted of Jagger, Richards, Jones, pianist Ian Stewart, drummer Mick Avory, and Dick Taylor, who had briefly returned to the fold. Weeks after the concert, Taylor left again and was replaced by Bill Wyman, formerly of the Cliftons. It was their last album for Decca/London, and they formed Rolling Stones Records, which became a subsidiary of Atlantic Records. During 1970, Jagger starred in Nicolas Roeg's cult film Performance and married Nicaragua model Bianca Perez Morena de Macias; the couple quickly entered high society.
But somehow this album merely falls into that venerable Stones tradition of supra-throwaway albums, collections like December’s Children and Flowers that by their very slapdash cynicism validate themselves and charm us into feeling that they’re as sure a representation of the Stones ethos as brand-new and more unified efforts like Let It Bleed. Hot Rocks (London 2PS 606-7) is even crasser than Flowers and Children, because it’s the first Stones album on which every track has been represented on albums previously released in this country. And We Love You, the brilliant jail-single of the summer of ’67 which may be the most musically adventurous thing the Stones have ever recorded, has never been on an album released in this country (There are also the great B sides like Who’s Drivin’ My Plane, Child of the Moon and Sad Day, but they deserve a different sort of. album. Maybe someday they’ll get i.
Recorded on the supporting tour for 1976's Black and Blue, the double-album set Love You Live is an adequate live album, capturing the Stones' transition from a lean, lethal rock & roll band to accomplished showmen. As showmen, they aren't as compelling as they are when they're rockers, but the show-biz glitz of Mick Jagger's arena rock shtick remains thoroughly entertaining, even when it robs the music of its power.
|A||We Love You|
- Published By – Variety Music
- Made By – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Arranged By – The Rolling Stones
- Photography – Combi Press Service
- Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
- Written-By – Mick Jagger, Keith Richard*
NotesExport copy with We Love You as plug side.
Slightly different label design.
|F 12654||The Rolling Stones||We Love You / Dandelion (7", Single)||Decca||F 12654||UK||1967|
|F 12654||The Rolling Stones||We Love You (7", Promo)||Decca||F 12654||UK||1967|
|72.095||The Rolling Stones||We Love You / Dandelion (7", Mono)||Decca||72.095||France||1967|
|45-LON-905||The Rolling Stones||We Love You / Dandelion (7")||London Records||45-LON-905||US||1967|
|45 - F/JB 12654||The Rolling Stones||We Love You (7", Jukebox)||Decca||45 - F/JB 12654||Italy||1967|