Mick Jagger joined Taylor Swift last night in Nashville to sing the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," a song released nearly a quarter of a century before she was born. See photos from the duet above, and a fan-shot video below.

Swift, who earlier appeared with Jagger on the Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting Tour, gave the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member an appropriately appreciative introduction. “The person I’m about to bring out has been so incredibly kind to me over the years,” Swift said. “This person is one of the greatest entertainers of all time … This person has been knighted.”

Swift was completing the second stop on her sold-out two-night stand at Bridgestone Arena on Saturday (Sept. 26). She later posted pictures from the Nashville show on social media, with a caption reading "*drops mic.*"

Jagger, 72, isn't the only legacy rock star to appear as a special guest on Swift's current tour. Steven Tyler joined her on Friday night for a take on "Don't Want to Miss a Thing," Aerosmith's charttopping 1998 power ballad. Pop singer Leona Lewis also sang with Swift on Saturday; they performed Lewis' 2007 debut single "Keep Bleeding." Swift has also appeared with Joan Baez, Alison Krauss and Alanis Morrissette during a series of concerts that began in May and continue through December.

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