"Yesterday's Paper" as written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards....
Who wants yesterdays papers
Who wants yesterdays girl
Who wants yesterdays papers
Nobody in the world

After this time I finally learned
After the pain and hurt
After all this what have I achieved
I've realized it's time to leave

Cause
Who wants yesterdays papers
Who wants yesterdays girl
Who wants yesterdays papers
Nobody in the world

Living a life of constant change
Every day means the turn of a page
Yesterdays papers are such bad news
Same thing applies to me and you

Who wants yesterdays papers
Who wants yesterdays girl
Who wants yesterdays papers
Nobody in the world

Seems very hard to have just one girl
When there's a million in the world
All of these people just can't wait
To fall right into their big mistake

Who wants yesterdays papers
Who wants yesterdays girl
Who wants yesterdays papers
Nobody in the world


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"Yesterday's Papers" as written by Mick Jagger Keith Richards

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    General CommentAfter getting out of a relationship that went sour, he's realized its time to move on. But to never settle down again at the same time. He just wants to go from girl to girl at this point, because he doesnt want to deal with the drama.
    songofishon January 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYesterday's Papers, like yesterday's girl are completely irreleventis what i think he's trying to say
    njrocker2255on June 01, 2008   Link

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