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Rolling Stones & Catching Beetles
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September 19, 2016
Green Teacher

“COLOR THE WHOLE WORLD BLACK. Color the whole world black. Color everything black!” No, these are not the exact words that Mick Jagger and Keith Richards penned into a famous rock song, nor are the singers referring to the ominous notion of blotting the sun from the sky. In fact, their meaning was quite the opposite when I heard them one afternoon during Forest Aftercare. But, aside from mere content, they do share another strong similarity with The Rolling Stones – singing and dancing. Allow me to elaborate.

 


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