From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the album, see Ryuichi Sakamoto discography. Led Zeppelin. Rock and roll blues. James Bethea Ben E. Jimmy Page Robert Plant. Bert Berns Page Plant. Robert Johnson Page Plant. Bonham Jones Page Plant. Voyageur Press. Retrieved 6 September Omnibus Press. Coda — Led Zeppelin at AllMusic. Retrieved 18 May Classic Rock. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 8 December Album Reviews. Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 12 September Retrieved 1 January Archived from the original on 14 January The Village Voice.
The Quietus. Retrieved 31 July September By the lyrics one can decipher that the band has ill thoughts towards her. It's basically about as simple as that. Login Register Login with Facebook. All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners. All lyrics provided for educational purposes only. Login Create Account. The Firm. Song Meaning From what I have read in the book "Hammer of the Gods" most of the songs and lyrics in Zeppelin's second album were inspired by the experiences they had on their first American tour.
This particular song was allegedly inspired by an aging groupie that particularly annoyed Jimmy Page by showing up to their recording sessions in a New York studio and claiming to have "been" with Page in front of the other groupies. She was in her thirties but had dyed blond hair and dressed provocatively.
Anyway, the song is about older women trying to stay young and work it. Rate These Lyrics. Log in now to add this track to your mixtape! Why not add your own? Log in to add a tag. More Led Zeppelin Lyrics. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. User does not exist. Incorrect Password. Advanced embedding details, examples, and help!
Anno: Genere: Rock, Hard Rock. Whole Lotta Love - The Lemon Song - Thank You - Heartbreaker - Ramble On - Moby Dick -lucbabobfilante.svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coed quickly during Led Zeppelin's first American tours, Led Zeppelin II provided the blueprint for all the heavy metal bands that followed it. Since the group could only enter the studio for brief amounts of time, most of the songs that compose II are reworked blues and rock & roll standards that the band was performing on.