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Piers Morgan slams Rolling Stones for 'deeply depressing' decision to retire Brown Sugar

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Piers Morgan has slammed the Rolling Stones for choosing to retire one of their best-selling records following backlash over its lyrics.The band originally released Brown Sugar in 1971 under the title Black P**** before Mick Jagger decided the name was too "nitty-gritty".In the first verse, the song talks about slaves being sold and beaten in Louisiana and makes references to a "slaver" that whips "women just around midnight", the Mirror reports.Other lyrics include: "Brown Sugar, how come you taste so good?

Ah, got me feelin' now for brown sugar, just like a black girl should."The band already decided to swap the lyrics "black girl" for "young girl" but that didn't stop the outcry over the other lyrics featured in the song.The band has

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