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Play with Fire (Rolling Stones song)

1965 single by the Rolling Stones

"Play with Fire" is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, originally released as B-side to the song "The Last Time". It was later included on the American release of their 1965 album Out of Our Heads.

Composition and recording[edit]

"Play with Fire" is credited to Nanker Phelge, a pseudonym used when tracks were composed by the entire band, even though lead singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards are the only Rolling Stones to appear on the track. The song was recorded late one night in January 1965 while the Stones were in Los Angeles recording with Phil Spector at the RCA Studios. Richards performed the song's acoustic guitar opening while Jagger handled vocals and tambourine (enhanced using an echo chamber). Spector played bass, and Jack Nitzsche provided the song's distinctive harpsichord arrangement and tamtams. The Stones left for a tour of Australia the following day.[2]

The song's lyrics talk of the singer's relationship with a high society girl, disparaging the lifestyle much in the same way that "19th Nervous Breakdown" would in a more up-tempo feel. The title derives from the saying "If you play with fire, you will get burned."

In a 1995 interview with Jann Wenner for Rolling Stone, entitled "Jagger Remembers," Jagger said, "'Play with Fire' sounds amazing—when I heard it last. I mean, it's a very in-your-face kind of sound and very clearly done. You can hear all the vocal stuff on it. And I'm playing the tambourines, the vocal line. You know, it's very pretty."[3] According to Richie Unterberger, a friend of the Stones wrote that an unreleased version of the song, entitled "Mess with Fire", was also recorded, featuring a much more upbeat, soul-oriented feel. However, the story is considered dubious by Unterberger.[4]

Releases and lawsuit[edit]

"Play with Fire" went to No. 96 on the U.S. chart.[5] It was also featured on the U.S. version of Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (1966), Hot Rocks (1971) and Singles Collection: The London Years (1989). The song was performed in concert during the Rolling Stones' tours of 1965 and 1966, and was revived on their 1989–90 Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour.

In July 2008, "Play with Fire" became the subject of a lawsuit when ABKCO Music, which owns the rights to the Rolling Stones' early catalogue, filed a suit against Lil Wayne, asserting that the rapper's song "Playing with Fire" is based on the Rolling Stones' song.[6]




Paramount Music has released a soundtrack album for the family comedy Playing with Fire. The album features the film’s original music composed by Nathan Wang (She’s All ThatThe Game Plan, You Again, Chinese Zodiac) The soundtrack is now available to stream/download on Amazon Music, where you can also check out audio samples. Playing with Fire is directed by Andy Fickman and stars John Cena, Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo, Judy Greer, Brianna Hildebrand, Christian Convery, Finley Rose Slater and Tyler Mane. The movie revolve around a group of elite firefighters who have their lives, jobs and even their fire depot turned upside down when they are faced with their most challenging job yet: babysitting. The comedy is being released in theaters nationwide this weekend by Paramount Pictures. Visit the official movie website for more information.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Smoke Jumpers (1:01)
2. Commander Richards (1:23)
3. Cabin Fire (2:49)
4. Sparkle Pony (1:35)
5. Flare Gun (1:03)
6. Bubbles (0:55)
7. You’re a Terrible Liar (1:11)
8. He Has a Sweet Side (1:18)
9. That’s an Easy Answer (2:48)
10. Poop (1:08)
11. Tea Party (1:05)
12. Fire Simulator (1:15)
13. You Guys Are in Good Hands (1:12)
14. Heart to Heart (1:59)
15. Nature Calls (1:13)
16. Almost Kiss (1:38)
17. Barbeque (1:10)
18. Poop Emoji (2:19)
19. Bedtime Story (1:47)
20. Presents (1:57)
21. Cake on Fire (1:18)
22. Falling in Love (1:36)
23. The Cliff (4:06)
24. Sounds Like a Dream Job (2:24)

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Playing with Fire (Plan B song)

2012 single by Plan B featuring Labrinth and Etta Bond

"Playing with Fire" is a hip hop song composed and performed by British rapper Plan B, featuring vocals from the track's producer and mixer, Labrinth. The song was released on 3 December 2012 as the fourth and final single from the ill Manors soundtrack, a film which Plan B also directed.[1]


The track was originally due to be released as the album's third single, with an official lyric video being posted to YouTube shortly before the album's release on 23 July 2012.[2] However, due to the continuing promotion of collaborator Labrinth's debut album, Electronic Earth, a music video was unable to filmed, and thus, the release was cancelled in favour of "Deepest Shame".

In August 2012, Labrinth confirmed that the track would be released as a single later in the year. On 31 October, Drew confirmed the release of the track as a single on 3 December, and also premiered the High Contrast remix that would make up part of the digital release. A day later, the official music video for the track premiered. On 30 October 2012, the High Contrast remix was released as a free download on Plan B's official SoundCloud page. As of May 2013, it has over 4,500 downloads.[3] On 30 November 2012, the High Contrast remix was released on iTunes as a single.[4]

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Playing with Fire" was directed by Colin Tilley, and premiered on YouTube on 1 November 2012. The video features footage of the character Jake from ill Manors, intertwined with new images of Drew and Labrinth performing the song beneath a derelict tower block. A number of backing dancers begin to combust and set themselves on fire, with both Drew and Labrinth also ending up on fire by the end of the video. Backing vocalist Etta Bond and Labrinth's brother MckNasty also feature in the video.[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Playing with Fire" (High Contrast remix) – 5:22
  1. "Playing with Fire" (radio edit) – 3:37



  • Plan B – vocals, producer
  • Labrinth – vocals, producer, additional mixing
  • Etta Bond – backing vocals
  • Jimmy Robertson – additional engineer
  • Al Shux – mixing
  • John Davis – mastering


External links[edit]

Sam Tinnesz - Play With Fire feat. Yacht Money [Official Audio]
The soundtrack from Playing with Fire, a 2019 movie, tracklist, listen to all the 18 full soundtrack songs, play full OST music & 1 trailer tracks. View all song names, who sings them, stream additional tunes playlist, and credits used in the movie. Read scene descriptions after the film plays at the cinema.

Song credits – Additional film music – songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list,
but are playing in the movie.
Listen to full songs (where available)
  1. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars

  2. Welcome To The Party – Diplo featuring French Montana & Zhavia Ward

  3. Fire It Up – Outasight

  4. Boom – X Ambassadors

  5. My Little Pony Theme – Rebecca Shoichet

  6. Young Hearts – Bunt x BEGINNERS

  7. Spam Jam – John Leguizamo

  8. People (from “Funny Girl”) – John Leguizamo

  9. Ring of Fire – John Cena

  10. The Heat Is On – John Cena

  11. Run Wild – Thutmose

  12. My Little Pony Theme (from the TV show “My Little Pony”) – Paul Potts

  13. Shake Shake – Nessi

  14. Happy Birthday to You – Paul Potts

  15. Everything’s Changing – Plastic Hotels

  16. “Bul Ta O Reu Ne” aka “Fire” – BTS

  17. Put Your Hands Up – Forest Blakk

Playing with Fire Film information
Movie Genre: Comedy, Family
Release date (wide): 8 November 2019
Runtime: 1h 36min
Watch the trailer for Playing with Fire

Trailer songs (full tracks)
1. Ring Of Fire - Social Distortion (Official trailer #1 )

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