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


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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