Tom Waits' "Satisfied" is the rock troubadour's homage to the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," and Keith Richards himself provides some guitar to the Bad as Me track. However, in this new video, despite having an opportunity to dance like a Maroon 5 hit, Waits moves like anyone else but Jagger. In this Jesse Dylan-directed clip -- yes, Bob's son -- Tom carouses, scratches, itches, and shakes his way through this rollicking number, like a belligerent hobo dancing to a subway musician. He might not move like Mick, but the 61-year-old Waits can definitely shake it better than his fellow sexagenarians. Some are comparing Waits' chaotic dancing to that of Thom Yorke's choreography in Radiohead's "Lotus Flower" video, but it feels more like a more inebriated rendition of this performance:
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