The Week contest: Battle of the bands

Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger.
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This week's question: Paul McCartney, 77, recently reignited the oldest debate in rock by claiming that the Beatles "were better" than the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger, 76, shot back that the debate was moot, because while his band was still packing stadiums, the other "doesn't exist." Please come up with a song title about the rivalry between these septuagenarian musicians and their bands.

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THE WINNER: "I Wanna Troll Your Band"

Bill Winslow, Alexandria, Virginia

SECOND PLACE: "Can't You Hear Me Mocking?"

Tex Richters, Lincoln, Nebraska

THIRD PLACE: "(Will You Still Needle Me) When I'm 84"

Tony Fouladpour, Shelby Township, Michigan

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"I Want to Scold Your Band"

Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"As Smears Go By"

Dave Ferry, Purvis, Mississippi

"Ticket to Deride"

Karen Richards, Groveport, Ohio

"Dumb Together"

Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont

"Crabby Road"

Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

"A Day in the Strife"

Brad Plack, Denver, Colorado

"Here Comes the Shun"

Art Rodia, Southbury, Connecticut

"Twist and Pout"

Ray Harlan, Aurora, Colorado

"The Long and Whining Road"

Stuart Burkhoff, Great Neck, New York

"Strawberry Feuds Forever"

Selma Ellis, Rolling Meadows, Illinois

"We Can't Work It Out"

Joel Nelson, Goleta, California

"The Long and Winding Feud"

Jen Hynes, New York City

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