Cocksucker Blues --- The Rolling Stones

(Hat tip: Dennis Cooper)

“Schoolboy Blues” (1970) is a parody of Dr. John’s “The Lonesome Guitar Strangler”, released on his 1969 album Babylon. It was written and played by Mick Jagger to be the Stones’ final single for Decca Records. The Stones were leaving Decca and starting their own record label, but Decca claimed they were owed one more single under their contract. So the Stones delivered this song, with its context and language chosen specifically to anger Decca executives; there are explicit references to fellatio and anal sex in the lyrics. Decca refused to issue the song on an album, although about 100 promotional 12″ singles of it were pressed in the United States.




Well, I'm a lonesome schoolboy
and I just came into town
Yeah, I'm a lonesome schoolboy
and I just came into town
Well, I heard so much about London
I decided to check it out

Well, I wait in Leicester Square
with a come-hither look in my eye
Yeah, I'm leaning on Nelson's Column
but all I do is talk to the lions.
Oh where can I get my cock sucked?
Where can I get my ass fucked?
I may have no money,
but I know where to put it every time

Well, I asked a young policeman
if he'd only lock me up for the night
Well, I've had pigs in the farmyard,
some of them, some of them, they're alright
Well, he fucked me with his truncheon
and his helmet was way too tight
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Oh where can I get my cock sucked?
Where can I get my ass fucked?
I ain't got no money,
but I know where to put it every time.

I'm a lonesome schoolboy in your town
I'm a lonesome schoolboy.

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