The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years From Home (Official Lyric Video)

The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years From Home (Official Lyric Video)


♪♪♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ SUN TURNIN’ ‘ROUND
WITH GRACEFUL MOTION ♪ ♪ WE’RE SETTING OFF WITH
THE SOFT EXPLOSION ♪ ♪ BOUND FOR A STAR
WITH FIERY OCEANS ♪ ♪ IT’S SO VERY LONELY ♪ ♪ YOU’RE A HUNDRED
LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ FREEZING RED DESSERTS
TURN TO DARK ♪ ♪ ENERGY IN EVERY PART ♪ ♪ IT’S SO VERY LONELY ♪ ♪ YOU’RE SIX HUNDRED
LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ IT’S SO VERY LONELY ♪ ♪ YOU’RE A THOUSAND
LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ IT’S SO VERY LONELY ♪ ♪ YOU’RE A THOUSAND
LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ BELL FLIGHT FOURTEEN
YOU NOW CAN LAND ♪ ♪ SEE YOU ON ALDEBARAN ♪ ♪ SAFE ON THE GREEN
DESSERT SAND ♪ ♪ IT’S SO VERY LONELY ♪ ♪ YOU’RE TWO THOUSAND
LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ IT’S SO VERY LONELY ♪ ♪ YOU’RE TWO THOUSAND
LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME ♪ ♪♪♪

100 thoughts on “The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years From Home (Official Lyric Video)

  1. You haven't tried psycodelics , then you haven't heard it either. There are lots of them out there to listen to in the web of unconcienceness. It will surprise you !

  2. RIP MARTHA KELLER! Love you Mom I been looking up all your favorite classics since you been gone tell Sarah I love and miss her so much to,my cancer is back again to l went through so many procedures all week at the hospital plus3 emergency surgeries in3days I don't know how much longer I can hang on.💧

  3. If someone could mod this to replace the title music from No Man's Sky and Elite Dangerous that would be greatly appreciated!

  4. Billy Hagen did a far superior version of this "Live At Monty's" I can't find it on YouTube. Billy has an obsession with the stones since his days at Beaverton High School with the band Killing Floor with bass player Tom Clobis. they should meet. Billy would be thrilled.

  5. Hello from Berlin, Germany, when i dropped my first trip, there was no internet yet, and i was absolutely enthousiastic about that song. Love&Peace

  6. The Stones tribute to psychedelia
    The title says it best . It's the spaciest track they ever did.
    Fantastic tripping music.
    The video rocks
    It's psychedelic genious.

  7. Amen. The Stones will never let me down. Saucy lyrics in contrast to the Beatles. The Beatles made me hard, but the stones got me off

  8. Those were good times, Clearlite, Window Pane, Orange Barrel, Purple Microdot, they even had us believe we went to the Moon!

  9. ABKCO.-.American..Hustler.'ALAN KLIEN'..(&,1,Time R.Ss Manager)..i do not know whom profits off his Namesake/ Label/.Co.,nowadays?(..Anyone..?)

  10. – Lead & Backing Vocals: Mick Jagger
    – Mellotron: Brian Jones
    – Guitar & Backing Vocals: Keith Richards
    – Bass: Bill Wyman
    – Drums: Charlie Watts
    – Piano: Nicky Hopkins
    – Percussion: Mick Jagger

  11. Absolutely amazing tune…very 60's psychedelic stuff for sure. Glad I've seen them do this in concert. Rock on, boys!

  12. TIMOTHY SHAWN JOHNSTON PEOPLE who COMPLAIN!!!! about todays music SUCK!!!! cry cry cry whay whay whay mommy. i want bottle man fuck`in cry babies. u had your SHOT!!!!! when they were ALL ALIVE!!!! and u TURNED against them. now the SYSTEM!!!! is CRAP!!!! also now. so… what`s next for ya???

  13. so here's the deal. this is what a rock n roll band comes up with when they're sequestered (at least 2 of them) in jail for drug charges and they still want and need to work because music is what they do (the drug charges…do the research.) blues is their calling however this album was so inspirational and just crank this sucker up.

  14. This song takes me back too my astrotraveling daze, when I waz young and my assemblage point was pliable.
    Some of us traveled……some didn't make it back ….sigh……..😳

  15. i usually hate 'lyric videos', bu ABKCO's film people did an excellent job on a classic song.

    'Their Satanic Majesties Request" made more sense in 1967 (52 years ago) 'In Another Land' far, far away from where we are today.

  16. well , i think dark could be faster than light , maybe it’s not that far away , i think and maybe you too , you don’t have lights inside , you’re dark inside , even your shadows are dark , i think it could mean ‘he’s got the whole world in his hand’

  17. Remember Torino's live 1990…I Remember of every body, the sun, of course surely the Stones with Bill … last session …Thank U Bill because I try to play bass Guitar and i know what you've done for Rolling stones' music something …
    Be all in PEACE
    I LOVE YOU ALL honestly!
    Séb

  18. In my estimation, one of the Stones' best sets. Unfortunately, back then, the critics panned the album, from the artwork, God knows why, to the lame "We don't hear another Jumpin' Jack Flash or a Satisfaction". Stupidity was contagious. Anyway, what do the suits and skirts know? From the spacy 2,000 light-years from home, to the cool She's like a rainbow, there is not one bad track on the album. My story.

  19. My single favourite Rolling Stones song. I love that it sounds like the band Broadcast with Mick Jagger guesting on vocals.

  20. 😎 😎 😎 😎 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍😇😇😇😇😇😇😇💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💓💓💓💋💋💋🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👍👍👍👍👍👍💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💋💋💋💋💋💝💝💝💝💪💪💪💪

  21. 1967 song in the style of psychedelic rock. It sounds surprisingly modern and mysterious … I searched this sing for it and found it only by name in the album Their Satanic Majesties Request …. ✌😊✨✨🙌

  22. Distance makes the difference, and getting alone, to find real Company. The Father, by way of the Son, yeah Jesus, He's kind of all there is out there, and inside you too.

  23. I feel like I'm tripping on some good acid when I play this great psychedelic album, and the last time I did so was about 46 years ago! This is the best song on the album. It's much better than Sergeant Pepper in capturing the spirit of the late 1960's.

  24. The album was The Stones reaction to The Beatles Sgt. Pepper. That being said, this is a great psychedelic album, in fact great anything album. I actually have it on my Top 10 list of all time greatest albums. Nothing against Mick Taylor or Ron Wood, but The Stones were just so great (and relevant) with Brian Jones!

  25. Brian Jones has to be one of the most talented, imaginative, and under recognized musicians of all time. It's a shame he passed so young. Imagine what he would have created had he lived past 27

  26. One of the spaciest sad songs ever. Thanks for the mellotron Brian. Also one of the greatest bass lines ever. Rob Grange took that further on a song off of Ted Nugent's call of the Wild LP. Magical stuff. Brings back lots of memories.

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