A Rolling Stones Song - Portrayed by a Photograph

Challenge #4 in the The Image Within series. Hosted by Eyefull Tour.
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Take a photograph that portrays a song composed by English rock band The Rolling Stones. The title of the song should be identifiable by the composition of the photo. Do not title the photo by the name of the song however use lyrics from the song as the title.
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"Ah brown sugar how come you taste so good"
Oh, a storm is threat'ning My very life today If I don't get some shelter
But it's all right, I'm jumpin Jack Flash
I'm not waiting on a lady, I'm just waiting on a friend
Paint It Black
I followed heeer to the statioooon...
Brown Sugar, just like a young girl should
Gimme, gimme gimme the honky tonk blues
it sure been a cold cold winter
Get a girl with faraway eyes....
"...couldn't drag me away ... we'll ride them someday"
Bright lights, big city
I think her engine is permanently stalled
Out Of Time
I've walked for Miles
Pleased to meet you !  Hope you guessed my name !
Time waits for no one, and it won't wait for me
Dirty Work
A Rolling Stone-Portrayed by a photograph
Black as night, black as coal
Gimme Shelter
I've walked for miles, my feet are hurting
don't hang around cause twos a crowd
Between a rock and a hard place
Shmatta, shmatta, shmatta, I can't give it away on 7th Avenue
When you're trapped and circled with no second chances
Like a complete unknown
All the way, all the way All the way down
Angie - I still love ya baby
Tell me (you're coming back)
"She was more than beautiful"
... I can't stand your face.
No colors anymore, I want them to turn black
Let's drink to the ...
Sing my song
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