Mick Jagger Can’t Get No Satisfaction


Mick Jagger can’t get no satisfaction but he sure can sing it even now in his 70’s.  Way back in 1975 during an interview with People magazine (when he was only about 31) Mick proclaimed “I’d rather be dead than sing Satisfaction at 45.”   So of course I had to draw a caricature of Mick Jagger in a meme along with that familiar quote.

In my teens I can picture thinking about people 15-20 years older and thinking to myself “I will no longer do that when I am THAT old”.  Now you look at whatever your age is and think damn I am still young enough to pull it off.  Mick still struts it like a peacock without needing a cane yet so keep at it as long as you can Mick.

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48 Responses to “Mick Jagger Can’t Get No Satisfaction”

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  1. Deb says:

    You go Mick!
    Great job on the artwork, Bearman!

  2. George Ford says:

    Hey, if he can still remember the words and the dancing, and there are people willing to pay to sit him get it, by all means, Mick, do you.

    Awesome job on the Jagger-ature, by the way, B!

  3. Cuz I'm Joe says:

    He still has more energy on stage than most of today’s pop stars

  4. Cha says:

    Thanks for mentioning my name, Bearman. It’s Cha at ‘Dontchawannadream’ but no big deal…
    Awesome post by the way.

  5. Binky says:

    When you get to whatever age you thought was old, it magically isn’t old any more.

  6. David Hurley says:

    Never listen to Mick Jagger, unless he’s singing. 😉

  7. Comedy Plus says:

    He’s still got it doesn’t he. Yes he does.

    You are doing fantastic with your charity challenge. Wow.

    Have a fabulous day. 🙂

  8. Joseph says:

    Mick is amazing.

  9. lisleman says:

    Years ago when the Rolling Stones were the halftime act at the superbowl (05, 06?), I suggested that they change the lyrics to “I can’t get no social security”. Yeah I know they are British but their songs have a big appeal to Americans.

  10. Kim says:

    Steven Tyler could use a lesson or two from him!

  11. Tony McGurk says:

    Mick’s the man but I didn’t realise he was in his 70’s. I thought my Dad was old when he was younger than I am now. Excellent caricature of the old guy Bearman

  12. Bill Murphy says:

    I believe that when an artist re-records an old hit of theirs, it is not to freshen it up for new listeners, but to change it up because they are so bored with singing that same song over and over again. 😉

  13. The man cannot be stopped!

  14. benzeknees says:

    Sometimes it makes me cringe when I think how old some of our “rock stars” are! Who knew with the proliferation of sex & drugs they would even make it past their 40’s?

  15. frigginloon says:

    I believe Paul McCartney no longer sings “When I’m 64”

  16. Mark Stokes says:

    Hey! You! Get off of my lawn! Great job, Bearman!

  17. Dave says:

    In my teens I was a really fast sprinter. I couldn’t understand how people couldn’t ran as fast as me.

    Now in my mid 30’s I have found that jogging 6 miles is easier than sprinting 100 yards! Jogging is like taking a stroll where as sprinting feels like being run through a trash compactor!

    Getting older hurts in so many ways.

  18. Rock stars don’t age very well. It’s better to be a country guy! Johnny Cash never looked too old. Mick kinda does, sadly. 🙁

  19. Gruhn says:

    Great Caricature! I remember saying we’d better go see the Stones in 1981 because who knew how much longer they’d be around!!

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