The Stones' Sexually Explicit Lyrics Got Edited



Two sexually explicit lyrics were excised from The Rolling Stones' performance Sunday Feb 5th for the Super Bowl halftime show

Rock legend The Rolling Stones has their two sexually explicit lyrics edited by NFL. The music group sang three songs for the Super Bowl XL halftime show Sunday Feb 5th and had the two of them censored.

The two censored songs were "Start Me Up" and "Rough Justice," a song from the latest Stones album. In the first mentioned song, the editors silenced one word, which is a reference to a woman's sexual sway over a dead man.

Meanwhile, as for the other song "Rough Justice," producers silenced a synonym for rooster. The only song that was not edited was the "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," a 41-year-old song about sexual frustration.

© AceShowbiz.com


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