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27 February 2012, 16:11 | Updated: 27 February 2012, 16:13
The Rolling Stones star says he finds the track funny and is surprised at the success of the single.
The Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger has confessed that Maroon 5's hit single 'Moves Like Jagger' puts pressure on him when he goes out dancing.
The 'Paint It Black' singer told The Sun that he thinks the former Vodafone Big Top 40 number one is "very catchy" and finds it different to anything Adam Levine and co have produced before.
He admitted: "It's very catchy. It's funny. Only thing is, it puts pressure on me when I go out dancing!"
"I wish I had written it. But wouldn't that be weird? It's not really like a Maroon 5 song, so they're probably as surprised by the success of it as I am."
Meanwhile, Maroon 5 star Adam recently unveiled details about the launch of his own record label which made Glee star Matthew Morrison its first signing.