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I love reggae music and I still turn this one up whenever I hear it on the radio now & again.Reading all the interesting facts posted about this song gives it more appeal..me pull it up on the i Pod now...
Sometimes I just need something on a 4/4 beat riddim' to get my spirits up to move, it got soul. I was listening with headphones as to not wake anyone, and I'm listening to this song (these are some nice headphones, keep in mind) and it gets to the end and... I jumped around out of my chair completely freaking out, realizing it was the song about five seconds later. I love this song, and how the title is just based off an old joke is pretty funny.
I remember listening to this song when I was in high school and dating who I believe was my first true love.
I remember laughing and dancing with her while listening to this song, we didn't care how silly it may have looked to others, it didn't matter, this song has that sort of attitude. Who hasn't wrote little love letters to their girlfriends as teenagers as the lyrics suggest? If you want something serious and epic, go download some Beethoven or something, just leave my Zeppelin alone, and let others do the dancing.
And I love the song it's easy to remember and has great drums. lol I actually met Robert Plant in Nashville two years ago and had to ask him the question I had wondered on ever since the first time I heard this song. If the world was filled with just Alt/Classic Rock what a boring world this would be. I'd probably die from the lack of groove and soul my body needs if it weren't for Reggae. I don't want to be wowed 24/7 like "wo OOOoo WWw totally genious sound man"..like the hairs on the back of my neck standing all the time. I think that "Every Breath You Take" by The Police took some lines from this song:"Oh oh oh oh oh oh, Every breath I oh oh oh, oh every move I make".. I just think about it I only saw a few other posts about the words near the end that sound like "fire," which, from what I can tell, they are.
I was given a lobotomy by my dad in TX, excuse me, before The Drug. Led Zepplin probably thought how cruel this was when they heard the news. To think, all people are trying to use this stuff for is to open themselves up to the world.
It isn't wrong as long as the original writer is ok with it. " The lead singer/guitarist in my band was a LZ freak, and had lyrics to all of their songs.