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Mick Jagger suggests that charities could benefit from the Rolling Stones' music

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Michel Martin. The Rolling Stones' frontman, Mick Jagger, is offering hope that some good causes might one day get some "Satisfaction" - from the Stones' iconic music catalog, that is. The 80-year-old Jagger told an interviewer that his eight children don't need the $500 million the Stones' catalog would likely bring in to have a good life, saying, come on. He said the proceeds from the sale could go to charity. I guess you can't always get what you want, but other people could get what they need.

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