Moon Diary - Full Moon in Sagittarius, 21st May 2016: Thinking and Seeking by Jane Lyle
The flaming arrows of desire are flying thick and fast as 21st May’s full Moon rises at 1 degree of Sagittarius the Archer. Communications, meetings, romance and journeys have a high-energy, feisty, even competitive edge for the next two weeks.
Education, personal development, and our cherished ideals are favoured by Moon in Sagittarius – and could be positive goals and channels for all this upbeat fiery energy. There’s creative potential, but it will tend to ebb and flow - we’ll have to select our targets with care.
This full Moon denotes impulsive emotions. Sudden outbursts are likely to flare up between friends, lovers, neighbours and workmates thanks to warrior Mars in Sagittarius riding alongside the volatile, visionary Moon. With Mars apparently travelling backwards in the heavens, some (or most) of these conflicts have their origins in suppressed irritation or anger rooted in the past. Probably time to count to ten before things get too heated – or resist making inflammatory comments.
The Sun in Gemini increases our desire to talk about everything that’s going on – and points towards another outlet for agitated feelings. It’s aligned with the fixed star Alcyone, brightest of the cluster of stars called the Pleiades, or Seven Sisters. These stars are said to bring rain, or sometimes tears. But - seeking a silver lining to this starry cloud - rain brings fertility to the land, and tears bring emotional release. The Pleiades are located in the constellation Taurus. Alcyone emphasises both the idea of insights and intuitive visions at this full Moon, while bringing the opposing theme of rash judgments and anger. If we can channel the anger, and use the magical visions, we’ll be heroes.
Duality, flexibility, and changeability are inevitable now – since the Sun is in the sign of the Twins, and the Moon’s sign is symbolised by a centaur – half human, half horse. It’s a bumpy ride, but somewhere along the path there’s an enchanted forest. We just have to find it, that’s all.
‘A karate practitioner should possess two things: wicked hands, and Buddha’s heart.’
- Soke Behzad Ahmadi
Image: Samurai Warrior on horseback via Wikimedia Commons
Moon Diary - New Moon in Taurus, 6th May 2016: Earthly Delights by Jane Lyle.
May’s earthy new Moon at 16 degrees Taurus radiates some juicy spring-time magic.
There’s extra lunar energy around this month, for this is a Supermoon – meaning that our new Moon is at it’s closest point to us here on Earth in it’s monthly journey. Like all Supermoons, this one promises to stir things up – and can indicate wild weather events, or dramatic volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.
A Taurus new Moon highlights our feelings about security and cash, love and sex, values, assets, and stability. It favours setting intentions and planting seeds – just as long as we take some practical steps to manifest what’s lolling around in our imaginations. Patience is vital too. Five backtracking planets mean everything is moving slowly, and the patterns of the past are asking us to think, and think again about cause and effect. You’ll reap what you sow, and be able to see what past actions have created right here in the present. Focusing on any project, goal, or romantic dream that you’ve been mulling over for a while is in tune with the times. What small, deliberate steps can you take to make it real or move things along during this lunar month? The next new Moon, in Gemini, begins a new, and very different, cycle on 5th June.
Deep, fertile energies are flowing. Underworld king, Pluto in Capricorn, and majestic Jupiter in Virgo link our new Moon into a beautiful, earthy pattern, known as a trine. It’s an excellent month to use intuition to find lost objects, buried treasure, or creative, emotional energy. Connecting with friends, and people who can help or support you is another positive possibility. Venus smiles in her home sign of Taurus now, adding another layer of warmth, colour, and affection to this new Moon’s mouth-watering mojo. Traditionally, Friday is Venus’ day too – if you’d like a little more love, beauty, cash or pleasure in your world, now’s the time to get in touch with the goddess!
If your birthday falls between 5th -7th May, your year is off to a powerful start. A new phase is beginning. Famous birthdays include:
George Clooney (6th May, 1961)
Tony Blair (6th May, 1953)
Michael Palin (6th May, 1943)
Adele (5th May, 1988)
Any planets between 13 – 18 Taurus in your natal horoscope are vitalised by this rather special new Moon. But you’ll have to take action to release potential good fortune by planting your seeds and remembering to water them! The specific planet, and it’s house, will show where the energy flows. Planets in Virgo and Capricorn also receive some lunar bounty.
"Is the spring coming?" he said. "What is it like?"...
"It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine...”
Frances Hodgson Burnett, ‘The Secret Garden’
‘The Fairy Lovers’ by Theodor von Holst (c.1840)
Image via www.tate.org
Moon Diary - Full Moon in Scorpio, April 21st- 22nd, 2016 by Jane Lyle
April’s Scorpio full Moon rises at 2 degrees of sultry, spooky Scorpio on the night of 21st-22nd April.
It’s the smallest full Moon of 2016, at it’s furthest from Earth.
All full Moons – even micro Moons - tend to emphasise fluctuating emotions and intuitive feelings. This one, in watery, emotional Scorpio, could be especially intense, and the emotions it illuminates particularly brooding or hard to define.
The Sun is fresh in earthy Taurus – signifying our possessions, security, and what we value. What we cherish aside from material possessions is hugely important – it’s not all about money. Those emotional and philosophical values shine beneath an uncluttered full Moon. Their vital importance may become painfully obvious, or act as a catalyst for transformation during the coming days.
Sun and Moon are aspected by asteroid Dionysus in Leo. There are innumerable asteroids in modern astrology – how can they possibly be meaningful? Yet, sometimes, the name itself - or what it symbolises - seems to pop up in some amazingly synchronous way when a named asteroid aligns with one of our more familiar planets. It could be something worth considering anyway.
Dionysus is often represented as the crazy, androgynous party-boy of the Ancient Greek gods. His less attractive Roman equivalent is Bacchus – paunchy, lecherous, drunken god of wine. God of theatre, wine, and sacred, orgiastic rites, Dionysus has a darker, deeper core. His true essence is about death, sacrifice, and rebirth, and he symbolises tremendous life-force. So I feel that he resonates very well with the meaning of this full Moon. We’ve got the sensual, greedy, earthy side of Taurus, and Scorpio as the mystical sign of death, sex, and regeneration. Dionysus carries all this imagery with him - perhaps the rocky little asteroid named Dionysus intends to bring it to our attention?
In ancient Lydia (modern-day western Turkey), Dionysus’ totem animal was a fox. His wild female priestesses (Maenads/Bassarids) and followers wore fox skins as a tribute. Were they the first foxy ladies? Other totemic animals associated with Dionysus included a panther, bull, stag, and goat. So it looks like more wildness, and more shamanic life force as we head towards the magical month of May, with its potent new Moon in Taurus the Bull.
With or without Dionysus, this Scorpio full Moon has some depth-charge potential, that’s for sure. I’m fairly certain, though, that this vivid, anarchic god will put in an appearance, one way or another.
“He is life's liberating force.
He is release of limbs and communion through dance.
He is laughter, and music in flutes.
He is repose from all cares -- he is sleep!
When his blood bursts from the grape
and flows across tables laid in his honor
to fuse with our blood,
he gently, gradually, wraps us in shadows
of ivy-cool sleep.”
Euripides – ‘The Bacchae’
Image: ‘Evening Scene’ by Abraham Pether, 1801. Image via Wikimedia Commons
Moon Diary - New Moon, SuperMoon in Aries: 7th April 2016 by Jane Lyle.
A new Moon in Aries always signifies a fresh beginning. This one throws everything up in the air.
The atmosphere is likely to be volatile, dramatic and erratic in the days around this week’s fiery new Moon – and it’s a SuperMoon too. This means that the Moon is at it’s closest to Earth in its monthly cycle (perigee), having a stronger effect than usual on the ocean’s spring tides, the weather, – and probably our emotions’ inner tides too.
The desire to make changes in our relationships, homes, and circumstances will be powerful. If you’ve been thinking about leaving your job, distancing yourself from a draining friendship or relationship, or simply clearing out your cupboards – here’s some irresistible motivation for you. The Moon aligns with electrifying Uranus – stirring rebellious impulses, and bringing surprises. And in the Capricorn corner there’s Pluto, urging us to clear the decks, recycle, clear and transform emotions and environment. Hard working Saturn makes a helpful aspect to all this volatility – what begins now isn’t a flash-in-the-pan, we’ll want to keep going until we’ve finished what we started.
We’re all influenced by our environment, and what’s going on collectively – so to a greater or lesser extent we’ll all feel this new SuperMoon’s purging powers. If you’ve got planets in your personal birth chart at around 18 degrees of Aries or Capricorn then you’re likely to notice these effects most strongly. Planets at 18 degrees of Libra and Cancer are also triggered, but the effects may be less obvious.
"But Alice had got so much into the way of expecting nothing but out-of-the-way things to happen, that it seemed quite dull and stupid for life to go on in the common way."
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
The aspects are: New Moon at 18 degrees Aries, square Pluto, 17 degrees Capricorn, conjunct Uranus, 20 degrees Aries, trine Saturn, 16 degrees Sagittarius.
Image: ‘Alice and the playing cards’ by Obakeneko. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons
Moon Diary - Keep Calm and Carry On: Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse in Libra, 23rd March 2016 by Jane Lyle.
Balance and harmony are what a full Moon in Libra seeks to achieve. This one, however, is a lunar eclipse – meaning that those Libran scales will be plunging up and down, alongside our thoughts and emotions this spring.
Our relationships are in focus, for Libra rules partnerships of every kind. So our friendships, working alliances and professional associations can be just as important now as our romantic partners. Our links with adversaries and enemies need thinking about as well as the eclipse brings things to the surface. All kinds of tension can be cleared and talked about openly, possibly a little too openly for some of us.
This Moon is opposite the Sun and chatty Mercury in frank, honest Aries. There’ll be quite a few people telling it like it is over the next few months. Mars in equally open (some might say tactless) Sagittarius also energises our peace-loving Libran Moon, increasing the likelihood of direct action, bald statements of fact, and impulsive statements and outbursts. We could see this manifest in political shenanigans, military tensions and indecision, and news about sport, and sporting organisations and events.
There’s energy, restlessness, and angry outbursts – what’s been suppressed or ignored will demand attention. There may be riots and demonstrations as people seek to express themselves, and to be taken seriously.
We can expect secrets or hidden information to emerge, perhaps in the form of realisations about what we truly think and feel. This can trigger endings, or at least the desire for them. Every full Moon is a time of culmination, and signals the end of a phase. An eclipse is a super-charged full Moon – so those peaks and partings are likely to be more dramatic or have long-lasting impact on our feelings and our lives.
This eclipse links back to projects, partnership issues, thoughts and feelings that began around the time of the Libran new Moon last October. It also resonates with the Libran lunar eclipse of 23rd March 1997. If the spring and summer of 1997 was important for you in some way, you can anticipate something similar now – or may find your thoughts and feelings about that time are suddenly very meaningful and relevant to your life today.
Libran Areas of Life in Focus include:
Justice and the law – the scales of Justice connect with the scales of Libra.
Peace negotiations – from international meetings, all the way through to family discussions and relationship counselling.
Social life, friendships, and romance – especially marriages and civil partnerships.
Libran industries such as beauty, jewellery, fashion, art, and design.
Enemies and open adversaries. Sometimes it’s a case of ‘my enemy’s enemy is my friend’ or ‘keep your friends close, but your enemies closer’. This looks like one of the themes of this Libran lunar eclipse.
The Lunar Eclipse and You
This lunar eclipse is meaningful for you and your partnerships, friendships, enemies, and alliances if you have planets around 3 – 4 degrees of Libra or Aries, Cancer or Capricorn.
Special birthdays fall around 27th – 29th September (Libra), and 22rd – 25th March (Aries).
To a lesser extent, Cancer and Capricorn planets and birthdays may experience some lunar eclipse effects. Special birthdays are 24th – 26th June (Cancer), and 24th – 26th December (Capricorn).
Famous Librans whose natal horoscopes are energised include:
Gwyneth Paltrow and April Lavigne(27th September)
Mira Sorvino and Brigitte Bardot (28th September)
Silvio Berlusconi (29th September)
Famous Aries people whose birthday year ahead is vitalised by this eclipse include:
Reese Witherspoon, William Shatner, and Stephen Sondheim (22nd March)
Elton John (25th March)
Out in the World
As I’ve remarked in the Cosmic Weather, this eclipse looks meaningful for Greece, and the Greek public – the public is ruled by the Moon in a national horoscope.
Both the horoscopes for the Greek Revolution (25th March, 1821) and Greek Democracy (24th July, 1974) are activated. Questions about how independent Greece can be are likely, and the Greek people’s urge for freedom is in focus. This eclipse is about partnerships and alliances, so obviously it highlights issues around Greece and the European Union. Again. People have a lot to say now, and during the next three months or so.
Other national horoscopes worth watching include:
Image: Ault & Wilborg company poster by Will Bradley, New York Public Library Public Domain. www.nypl.org
Moon Diary - Dream Catcher: Solar Eclipse at 18 degrees Pisces, 8th-9th March, 2016 by Jane Lyle
Powerful, dreamy, and unsettling – the first solar eclipse of 2016 magnifies our emotions and seduces our imaginations.
A shoal of planets in watery Pisces emphasise intuition and vulnerable feelings. Our connections with friends, family and lovers may be slip-sliding around all over the place now, and in the weeks and months ahead. We may feel a deeper love, or realise that we’re not sure how we feel about someone, perhaps someone very familiar to us. Repressed, submerged feelings surface – if we’ve been deluding ourselves about someone, or something, then this becomes more than a nagging feeling we can ignore. It becomes clear to us that we must make changes, either at work or in our personal lives. This will feel strange, and needs flexibility and that oh-so-Piscean quality, surrender.
Often, the changes that accompany an eclipse are out of our immediate control, yet what is ‘eclipsed’ or seemingly lost will make space for fresh developments and positive progress during the next six months.
This eclipse really is extraordinarily fishy – we have Sun, Moon, Mercury, Neptune, Chiron and Ceres in Pisces. Jupiter and the Moon’s Nodes in earthy Virgo oppose them, rather like a small island in the midst of a vast ocean. Jupiter expands everything – on the plus side this signals great empathy and remarkable creativity, on the negative side it denotes floods of erratic emotion, old hurts, illusions and delusions - particularly religious, philosophical, and spiritual kinds.
The potential for floods of water and storms at sea now, and in the coming months, appears to be high too – partly because the eclipse is in Pisces, and partly because Jupiter and the Moon’s Nodes align with the fixed star Denebola.
Traditionally, Denebola signifies religious tensions, severe weather, sedition, and the deaths of famous men. The great expert on the fixed stars, Bernadette Brady, also associates it with being unconventional, or ‘out of step’ with society in some way. Traditionally, again, these effects might be expected to manifest most dramatically in the regions where the total eclipse is visible – from Western Australia, and across Asia and the northern Pacific ocean.
Sober old Saturn, uncomfortable in flexible Sagittarius, makes a square to the Pisces Sun, Moon and Virgo Jupiter. Perhaps this offers a smidgeon of stability? Perhaps it only offers us a stop-go kind of feeling. Mutable energy finds an outlet in Gemini – so this will be a phase of much talking, communications, travel and the continuing prominence of Europe’s refugee and migrant crisis. Curiously, these movements of people are often described by using watery analogies – floods, rivers, tides, and waves – all things associated with Neptune and its sign, Pisces.
Piscean areas of life in eclipse focus
These include charities; pharmaceutical industries; cinema, theatre, and the film industry; music; drugs and alcohol; oil and gas; hospitals; sailors and fishermen; the sea; clouds and fog; wavering boundaries; mystical experiences and individuals; dreams; restlessness and anything that dissolves – including agreements, contracts, and illusions.
The Eclipse and You
This is an important eclipse for you if you have natal planets or angles around 18 – 21 degrees of Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius or Pisces.
This eclipse impacts upon EVERYONE born between 1965 and 1967. You all have Saturn in Pisces, Chiron in Pisces, and Uranus and Pluto in Virgo. The houses in your personal chart holding Pisces and Virgo will show you where the changes associated with this eclipse are likely to make themselves felt. Jupiter triggers this eclipse once more in July, 2016. If you aren’t familiar with your birth chart, why not consult a professional astrologer and find out what effects this eclipse may bring?
“The small wisdom is like water in a glass:
clear, transparent, pure.
The great wisdom is like the water in the sea:
dark, mysterious, impenetrable.”
‘Memory’ by Elihu Vedder (1836-1923)
Courtesy of www.elihuvedder.org
Moon Diary - Peak Stuff: Full Moon in Virgo, 22nd February 2016 by Jane Lyle
A Virgo full Moon emphasises our inner emotional need for outer order. Virgo is often said to be picky and critical – yet turn these qualities around and you’ll find the ability to make delicate choices, pick something that’s perfect, and quietly create order amidst chaos. A sense of wellbeing and mental clarity is our reward.
This full Moon at 3 degrees Virgo signals culmination of a phase that began last September, when we had a solar eclipse – and new Moon - in Virgo. It’s a helpful time to think about what projects or routines began then – what’s working well, what might be coming to an end? Virgo rules the house of health, service to others, small pets, and daily routines at home, and at work. So the full Moon draws attention to these themes, and invites us to think about them. Virgo energies also urge us to do something practical – to fine-tune routines, tidy up or recycle our stuff, or even go for the whole spring cleaning thing in a big way. And, you know, this could be the right moment to ask ‘what do I feel about ‘peak stuff’? Virgo’s house or houses in your personal chart show where the main focus lies.
The Sun in watery Pisces is opposite the full Moon, bringing along a little mystical, musical energy to balance Virgo’s earthy practicality. It’s particularly potent this year, as the Sun is aligned with the Watcher of the South, fixed star Fomalhaut in the constellation Piscis Austrinus, the Southern Fish. This is one of the archangel stars, each symbolically ‘watching’ over the north, south, east and west. Fomalhaut is linked to the Archangel Gabriel who watches over the direction of south in magical lore. Fomalhaut denotes artistic success, charisma, and idealism – but warns of failure caused by over-confidence, egoism, and blind idealism. February’s full Moon message is to keep Virgo’s fastidious modesty in mind, view over-the-top emotions with a wary eye, and all will be well.
Once this full Moon begins to wane, we move towards a dynamic eclipse season in March, when both new and full Moons are the first solar (Pisces) and lunar (Libra) eclipses of 2016.
“In the west, we have probably hit peak stuff. We talk about peak oil, I’d say we’ve hit peak red meat, peak sugar, peak stuff….peak home furnishings.”
Steve Howard, Head of Sustainability Unit, IKEA, January 2016
Image: 1950’s advertisement via plus.google.com, public domain
Moon Diary - Electric Moon: New Moon February 2016: by Jane Lyle
An electrifying new Moon rises at 19 degrees of Aquarius on 8th February. If you want to create something new, innovative, or unusual then February is a good time to begin.
Our friendships and relationships, too, can benefit from a fresh approach – exploring unconventional solutions, or forming unusual friendships and alliances resonates with Aquarius, a sign that’s concerned with the whole of humanity in all its diversity.
Uranus – rebel, scientist, revolutionary and eccentric – rules Aquarius. And Uranus makes a productive aspect to this new Moon. An extra helping of intuition, inspiration and originality is in the air – it’s electrifying, for Uranus is the ruler of electricity too. Ideas and feelings bubble up, or there are sudden realisations – the kind we like to call ‘light bulb moments’. This new Moon favours psychic flashes, and spontaneous moments of surprising illumination.
It’s vital to find a way to earth this sparkling energy however. Mars, strong and determined in Scorpio, challenges both Sun and Moon. There’s powerful emotional energy around, and it can rapidly spill over into angry outbursts or emotional frustration. The Moon and Mars together can symbolise angry women, female protests, and news or debates about difficulties with health care – in particular childbirth, miscarriages, sexual health, and pregnancy.
Asteroid Vesta, goddess of the hearth, signals a way through this new Moon’s tense moments. Vesta aligns with Uranus in Aries – representing focus, hard work, and a renewed sense of purpose this month. Vesta’s presence encourages us to see the bigger picture and devote ourselves to what’s new and fresh.
‘I have perceiv’d that to be with those I like is enough,
To stop in company with the rest at evening is enough,
To be surrounded by beautiful, curious, breathing, laughing flesh is enough,
To pass among them or touch any one, or rest my arm ever so lightly round his or her neck for a moment, what is this then?
I do not ask any more delight, I swim in it as in a sea.
There is something in staying close to men and women and looking on them, and in the contact and odor of them, that pleases the soul well,
All things please the soul, but these please the soul well.’
‘I Sing the Body Electric’ – Walt Whitman
Aspects to this Aquarian new Moon are:
Uranus in Aries, 17 degrees, sextile Sun and Moon in Aquarius, 19 degrees.
Uranus in Aries 17 degrees, conjunct asteroid Vesta in Aries, 18 degrees.
Mars in Scorpio square Sun and Moon in Aquarius, 19 degrees.
Poster for Electricity Exhibition, Marseilles, 1908. Public Domain
Image via www.postersplease.com
Moon Diary - Lioness Moon: Full Moon at 3 degrees Leo 24th January 2016 by Jane Lyle
A full Moon in dramatic, fiery Leo traditionally highlights matters connected to love, success, honesty, and financial improvements. Every full Moon symbolises letting something go – but this can be a way of thinking about life, or negative attitude just as much as it can mean clearing out junk or leaving your job.
A Leo Moon has a big heart, so finding ways to keep this emotional powerhouse free and open to life and love could be one of the most important messages the full Moon brings to us.
The first full Moon of 2016 has two feminine companions. The Sun in Aquarius is close to asteroid goddess Pallas, while the Moon herself makes a mysterious aspect called a quincunx with love goddess Venus. Pallas brings strategy, tactics, feminine wisdom, and objective intelligence with her on this full Moon. Women’s role in society, politics, work and religion is highlighted now in our own lives, and in the news. Women in prominent positions speak out, or there are debates about women’s role in major religions such as Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
Venus in Capricorn has a practical role to play. Finances will need adjustment, compromise, and perhaps something needs to be released so that, in time, new attitudes and systems can be developed this year. A Leo full Moon loves to gamble and speculate, but Venus in Capricorn is cautious and prudent. Somehow, these two must find a workable path. Cool-headed Pallas in Aquarius offers the diplomatic tools and clear-sighted strategy to make this happen, eventually. Aquarius is an inventive sign too – some of the full Moon’s letting go can be about releasing old patterns and protocols in business, banking, relationships and organisations. So-called ‘disruptive’ new businesses - Uber cabs and Air B’n’B for instance - may be in the news for this reason.
This looks like a significant Moon for a number of locations including Russia, the Ukraine, Israel, Iran, Spain, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand.
If your birthday falls on the 23rd-24th January, you’re ending one cycle and poised to begin another this year. This is a time of culmination. Take your time when seeking new things, and let the cycle unfold.
Famous birthdays today include: Mischa Barton, Neil Diamond, Luis Suarez, and Nastassja Kinski.
Book cover: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis.
Moon Diary - Earthly Powers: New Moon in Capricorn, 10th January 2016 by Jane Lyle
The first new Moon of 2016 rises at 19 degrees of earthy Capricorn, the Sea-Goat. The Moon’s emotional nature is nourished by the idea of building something real.
This Moon likes that old phrase in the Christian marriage vows – ‘to have and to hold’.
A Capricorn new Moon is, generally, a helpful time to review money matters and to consider what you need, rather than what you want. Dreams are tailored to fit reality now, so perhaps it’s not the best time for projects needing a wild imagination. But if you want to prepare for the coming year, you can plant your seeds now and gather your resources.
Both electrifying Uranus, planet of revolution, and underworld Pluto – planet of deep transformations and power, connect with our new Moon, and each other. Emotions can be exceptionally erratic as a result, with impulsive or sudden outbursts or moments of icy ruthlessness. If you feel unsettled, angry, or weird try to remember that this, too, shall pass and hold off on losing it entirely. If you’ve been resisting change, this might be a helpful time to think about that.
Out in the world, this new Moon suggests a very challenging month lies ahead. Security alerts remain high, financial markets look uncertain, and there’s the strong possibility of serious civil unrest or even terrorism and violence. It’s deeply uncomfortable, yet change only comes through effort of some kind and those issues we’ve been thinking about over the past four years or so are in very sharp focus this month.
It’s a meaningful new Moon all around our planet, highlighting themes of finance, boundaries, and power – political, military, and the power of our energy resources. It has a strong message for the UK – and perhaps particularly Scotland; for the USA, Russia, Ukraine, China, and a number of Eastern European nations including Lithuania, Slovenia, Kazakhstan and Croatia.
‘You can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
But if you try sometimes you just might find
You just might find
You get what you need’
Songwriters: RICHARDS, KEITH / JAGGER, MICK
You Can't Always Get What You Want lyrics © Abkco Music, Inc.