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Great Moments in Rock Dancing, Number One

Sure they would die
in a plane crash, merely because

I had a

The Stones took over
Soldier Field,

July 8, 1978.
Mick? Hardly.

This was not
his finest

hour. Yep:
Keith during

"Tumbling Dice."
The greats play guitar

with their
bodies, and Keith

is no

Hey: his ass

than Mick's!

The swing of the
ass, the roll

of the dice,
the sway

of the fans,
the bliss

of dirty

We arrived
at 2 a.m., in

Speedy's dad's

Cordoba. We
picked the right

doors, and were
on the 30 yard line

or so.
As the acrobats

retired and
the stage was set,

two babes in
black lace

worked they way
in front of me;

one got on
her knees

and the other
blew white

powder all
over her.

I coped best
I could at

17. Now:
women think

I'm tasty, they're
always trying to

waste me.
Let the best



J. J. Tindall is the Beachwood's poet-in-residence. He can reached at Chicagoetry is an exclusive Beachwood collection-in-progress.


Posted on January 9, 2008

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