Betty Davis- Anti Love Song
BETTY DAVIS- “F.U.N.K.”
Betty Davis They Say I’m Different
Betty Davis, Nasty Girl
Rolling Stones – Sympathy for The Devil ( Live 1969 )
Guns N’ Roses – Sympathy For The Devil
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