Who Sang It: The Who or The Rolling Stones?

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We'll be fighting in the streets; With our children at our feet; And the morals that they worship will be gone

Won't Get Fooled Again was sung by The Who. It was released in 1971.

Oh, a storm is threat'ning; My very life today; If I don't get some shelter; Oh yeah, I'm gonna fade away

Gimme Shelter was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1969.

I know you've deceived me, now here's a surprise; I know that you have 'cause there's magic in my eyes

I Can See for Miles was sung by The Who. It was released in 1967.

People try to put us d-down; Just because we get around; Things they do look awful c-c-cold; I hope I die before I get old

My Generation was sung by The Who. It was released in 1965.

When I'm drivin' in my car, and the man come on the radio; He's tellin' me more and more about some useless information; Supposed to fire my imagination

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1965.

Only love; Can make it rain; The way the beach is kissed by the sea

Love, Reign O'er Me was sung by The Who. It was released in 1973.

Please allow me to introduce myself; I'm a man of wealth and taste; I've been around for a long, long year; Stole many a man's soul to waste

Sympathy for the Devil was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1968.

Out here in the fields, I fight for my meals; I get my back into my living; I don't need to fight to prove I'm right; I don't need to be forgiven

Baba O'Riley was sung by The Who. It was released in 1971.

Welcome to the camp; I guess you all know why we're here; My name is Tommy; And I became aware this year

We're Not Gonna Take It/See Me, Feel Me was sung by The Who. It was released in 1969.

I saw her today at the reception; A glass of wine in her hand; I knew she would meet her connection; At her feet was her footloose man

You Can’t Always Get What You Want was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1969.

No more will my green sea go turn a deeper blue; I could not foresee this thing happening to you; If I look hard enough into the setting sun; My love will laugh with me before the morning comes

Paint It, Black was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1966.

The sun shines; And people forget; The spray flies as the speedboat glides; And people forget; Forget they're hiding

Eminence Front was sung by The Who. It was released in 1982.

No one knows what it's like; To be the bad man; To be the sad man

Behind Blue Eyes was sung by The Who. It was released in 1971.

Ever since I was a young boy; I've played the silver ball; From Soho down to Brighton; I must have played them all

Pinball Wizard was sung by The Who. It was released in 1969.

I was born in a cross-fire hurricane; And I howled at the morning driving rain; But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas

Jumpin’ Jack Flash was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1968.

I don't mind other guys dancing with my girl; That's fine, I know them all pretty well; But I know sometimes I must get out in the light; Better leave her behind with the kids, they're alright

The Kids Are Alright was sung by The Who. It was released in 1965.

Gold Coast slave ship bound for cotton fields; Sold in the market down in New Orleans; Scarred old slaver knows he's doin' all right; Hear him whip the women just around midnight

Brown Sugar was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1971.

If I told you what it takes; To reach the highest high; You'd laugh and say 'nothing's that simple'

I'm Free was sung by The Who. It was released in 1969.

I want it, I want it, I want it, I want it (you can't have it); Thruppence and sixpence every day; Just to drive to my baby; Thruppence and sixpence each day; 'Cause I drive my baby every way

Magic Bus was sung by The Who. It was released in 1968.

Childhood living is easy to do; The things you wanted I bought them for you; Graceless lady you know who I am; You know I can't let you slide through my hands

Wild Horses was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1971.

It's down to me; The difference in the clothes she wears; Down to me, the change has come; She's under my thumb

Under My Thumb was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1966.

I woke up in a Soho doorway; A policeman knew my name; He said you can go sleep at home tonight; If you can get up and walk away

Who Are You was sung by The Who. It was released in 1978.

I call you on the telephone my voice too rough with cigarettes; I sometimes feel I should just go home; But I'm dealing with a memory that never forgets

You Better You Bet was sung by The Who. It was released in 1981.

I met a gin-soaked, bar-room queen in Memphis; She tried to take me upstairs for a ride; She had to heave me right across shoulder; Cause I just can't seem to drink you off my mind

Honky Tonk Woman was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1969.

If your child ain't all he should be now; This girl could put him right; I'll show him what he could be now; Just give me one night

The Acid Queen was sung by The Who. It was released in 1969.

I live in an apartment on the ninety-ninth floor - of my block; And I sit at home looking out the window; Imagining the world has stopped

Get Off of My Cloud was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1965.

She's sitting up in bed, shaking her head; At a copy of "True Confessions"; Oh it must seem like a fairy tale; To a woman of her profession

Trick of the Light was sung by The Who. It was released in 1978.

Look, he's crawling up my wall; Black and hairy, very small; Now he's up above my head; Hanging by a little thread

Boris the Spider was sung by The Who. It was released in 1968.

My, my, my, my; Don't you worry 'bout what's on your mind (oh my); I'm in no hurry I can take my time (oh my); I'm going red and my tongue's getting tied (tongues' getting tied)

Let's Spend The Night Together was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1967.

I'll tell ya; You can put me out; On the street; Put me out; With no shoes on my feet; But, put me out, put me out; Put me out of misery

Beast of Burden was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1978.

You can't always get it; When you really want it; You can't always get it at all

Another Tricky Day was sung by The Who. It was released in 1981.

You're the kind of person you meet at certain dismal dull affairs; Center of a crowd, talking much too loud running up and down the stairs.

19th Nervous Breakdown was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1966.

But was I all right? (was I all right?); Did I take you to the height of ecstasy; Was I all right? (was I all right?); Did a shadow of emotion cross your face

Trick of the Light was sung by The Who. It was released in 1978.

She would never say where she came from; Yesterday don't matter if it's gone; While the sun is bright; Or in the darkest night; No one knows, she comes and goes

Ruby Tuesday was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1967.

Now you all were saying that you want to be free; But you'll come runnin' back (I said you would baby); You'll come runnin' back (like I told you so many times before); You'll come runnin' back to me.

Time Is on My Side was sung by The Rolling Stones. It was released in 1964.

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About This Quiz

How well do you remember the songs of The Who and The Rolling Stones? Take this quiz to find out if you can match these 35 songs to the band that recorded them.

The Who and The Rolling Stones both made their marks back when music was great and bands partied hard (and worked even harder). Both iconic bands recorded their best songs back in the 1960s and 1970s, but their music remains popular today. Both bands continue to grace rock venues today, although The Rolling Stones retains more of its original members than The Who.

The Who first hit the rock scene in 1964 with founding members Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and John Entwistle - all from London. Daltrey and Townshend were on lead vocals, Entwistle played bass guitar, and Keith Moon rounded out the quartet on drums.

The Stones formed in London in 1962. The original members included Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts and Ian Stewart. Ronnie Wood joined the band in 1975. The Rolling Stones continues to be one of the most popular and biggest grossing live bands of all time.

Think you know every song by The Who and The Rolling Stones? Take this quiz to find out just how many you actually remember.

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