Sympathy for the Devil

The Rolling Stones began recording Sympathy for the Devil on June 4, 1968.

Lyrics included: I shouted out, who killed Kennedy?

On June 5, 1968 RFK was assassinated.

The Stones went back into the studio and changed the words to:

I shouted out, who killed the Kennedys?

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Don't Trade Wade

Winter Haven, FL March 24, 1989

Somewhere Tammy Wynette softly sang Stand By Your Man.

The Red Sox were a team divided ...

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Birdie Wallace

If you did blow in Las Vegas in the early 80s it probably came from someone who got it from someone who go it from Birdie Wallace ...

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Cronkite

Rolling Stone - Twenty years ago you did a documentary on the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President Kennedy. You said that the report was flawed, but the most plausible that could be expected, and that CBS News concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin. In the years since, have you had any reason to doubt that?

Cronkite Yes. We did not know, at that time, a rather important, salient matter: the CIA plot to assassinate Castro. An additional little fact was that Lyndon Johnson thought there was a conspiracy. Im assuming that what he knew probably was just what we learned later about the CIAs involvement in Cuba.

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