Sometimes, simple is better. Although it breaks no new ground, the Rolling Stones' 'You Got Me Rocking' provides stripped-down and hard to resist kicks.

The second single from 1994's 'Voodoo Lounge,' one of the band's better-reviewed albums of the past couple of decades, combines veteran wiles and impressively youthful energy to turn a meat-and-potatoes riff and structure into something memorable.

There's no need to search for any deep, hidden lyrical meanings when the Stones uncork this one in concert -- which they've done quite regularly since its release. Just watch Keith Richards do his riff magic, and get ready to trade "hey, hey"'s with Mick Jagger when that indelible chorus hits.


Watch the Rolling Stones Perform 'You Got Me Rocking'