ROLLING STONE SIR Mick Jagger has warned fans he will never write an autobiography, because he hates thinking about the past. The singer famously sent back a $4 million (GBP2 million) advance to a publishing house after changing his mind about a memoir. And at 64, he insists there's no chance he will follow in the footsteps of bandmate Ronnie Wood, and share his secrets with the world. Jagger says, "I hate those confessionals. I never read autobiographies. I hate the whole thing about looking back. It's just dull. I'd rather look forward. We're here, we're doing it. It's not about why, it's about 'this is it.'"