I really hope that she went to a bootleg showing of Cocksucker Blues later.
Dick Cavett: Are your children with you?
Woman: No, they're at home.
C: Where are you from?
W: Port Chester, New York.
C: Are you a housewife?
W: Yes. Mother.
C: And you're going to the concert?
DC: How did you get tickets? And how many?
W: I bought one off the street.
DC: Hold on to it, because people have been known to get them away from people.... Are you going or are your children?
W: No, I am. They're going tomorrow night.
C: Do they know you're here?
W: Yes. I hope [laughs]
C: Is your husband a Stones fan?
W: No. No.
C: Just you?
W: And my children really turned me on to the music and that's why I grew to love it and that's how come I'm here. Oh, I feel foolish! [laughs]
C: You shouldn't feel foolish. Do you have a poster of Mick Jagger up in the kitchen or anything?
W: No [laughs]
C: Nothing like that. You just like the sound.
W: Yes, I just like them. . . .
C: Would you want to meet Mick Jagger? I can't arrange it, but if you did do you have any idea what you'd talk about?
W: I have a son that reminds me of him. [laughs]
C: How old is the son?
W: He's eight-years old.
C: But Jagger's twice that old!
W: Ah, just something about him reminds me of him. I have a few children, and he's just different from all all the rest.
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