"Angie" is a song by the iconic British rock band The Rolling Stones, written primarily by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It was released in 1973 as part of their album "Goats Head Soup." The original key of the song is D major. "Angie" holds a significant place in the band's history as it marked a departure from their usual rock sound, instead embracing a more gentle and acoustic ballad style. The song was reportedly inspired by Richards' turbulent relationship with his then-partner, Anita Pallenberg. As for the melody, "Angie" is characterized by its soft and melancholic guitar-driven instrumentation, complemented by Jagger's emotive vocal delivery. Fun fact: The song's title was initially named "Angela," but was later changed to "Angie" by Jagger to better fit the meter of the song.