Yes, the second half of the song has a couple of verses where it does this, it's a bar of 4 followed by a bar of 3 (the spots when the entire band accents all the eighth notes in unison, that's the bar of 3). You can count this as bars of 4 and 3 or as a bar of 7, it's the same thing, but if it's written on paper it's usually notated in the smaller increments for easier understanding. It seems A Little Bit Of Emotion is taking A Little Bit Of Abuse. The lyrics work for me, my only problem is the drums. I think this arrangement would have benefitted with a softer more sympathetic, jazzier drum part with some changes in cymbal work and subtle accents as opposed to the heavier plodding straight fours here, which is emblematic of the whole album. You know, a more Mick approach. But by this point, Ray is allowing the band less and less leeway to add their own touches to the songs and this will be getting worse as things move forward in the catalog. I don't blame Mick here, he's doing exactly what Ray wants him to do.