"All About You" as written by and Mick/richards Jagger....
Well if you call this a life
Why must I spend it with you?
If the show must go on
Let it go on without you
So sick and tired hanging around with jerks like you

Who'll tell me those lies
And let me think they're true?
What am I to do
You want it, I got it too

Though the lies might be true
That's just cause the joke's about you
I'm so sick and tired hanging around with dogs like you
You're the first to get blamed, always the last bitch to get paid

Oh, tell me those lies
Let me think they're true
I heard one or two
They weren't about me, they weren't about her
They were all about you

I may miss you
But missing me just isn't you
I'm so sick and tired hanging around with dogs like you

Tell me those lies
Let me think they're true
I heard one or two, and they weren't about me, they weren't about her
They're all about you
I'm so sick and tired
What should I do
You want it, you get it
So how come I'm still in love with you?


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"All About You" as written by Mick Jagger Keith Richards

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    General CommentKeith said that it was about Mick, although he didn't intend it when he started writing it, that's just how it turned out. But it can still be interpreted to be about Anita.
    VortexOfLanguageon January 24, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThere's at least one mistake in the lyrics. "You're the first to get LAID, always the last bitch to get paid." Is the correct line. Keith had had about enough of Anita's antics.
    JumpyJackon May 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt might just be my imagination, but I'm sure I read somewhere that Keef wrote it about his pet dalmation... Anyway, nice song, would probably get more credit if it hadn't been released on the dire Emotional Rescue.
    alfiebabyon April 19, 2006   Link

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