The Rolling Stones ended their half-century 'war' with The Beatles

The Rolling Stones ended their half-century 'war' with The Beatles
At their concert, they performed the Liverpool hit I Wanna Be Your Man.

During their recent performance, the Rolling Stones performed one of the Beatles' hits. In doing so, they put an end to their nearly 60-year "war" with the Liverpudlians. Back in the early days of their careers, the two bands were competing with each other and constantly poking fun at their rivals.

The Rolling Stones originally planned to sing You'll Never Walk Alone, writes The Sun.

"We decided instead to do a cover of a song written by some other local lads so we're doing this especially for you Liverpool, OK?" said Mick Jagger.

I Wanna Be Your Man was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney for the Rolling Stones, but then The Beatles recorded it themselves.

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