The lemon song Lyrics - Led Zeppelin
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I should have quit you a long time ago
Ooh-whoa, yeah, yeah, long time ago
I wouldn't be here, my children
down on this killin' floor
I should have listened, baby, a-to my second mind
Oh, I should have listened, baby, to my second ma-ah-hah-ah-ind
Everytime I go away and leave ya, darlin'
a-send me the blues, rain down the line, no
Hey, yeah-yeah-yeah, keep up, yeah, oh, yeah
Babe-yeahh, yeah, treat me right, baby
Ooh-whoa, whoa-whoa, my, my, my, my-hah
Now take it down a little bit
People tell me baby can't be satisfied-a
Try to worry me, b-ba-baby
but Inever did end up guit-chewin' myself
People worry, baby,can't keep you satisfied
sponsored linksHuh, let me tall ya, babe
Ah, you ain't nothin' but a nn-two-bit, no-good jive
I went to sleep last night, I work as hard as I can-a
I bring home my money, you take my money, give it to another man
I should have quite you, baby-a, oh, such a long time ago-ho
I wouldn't be hear withall my troubles
nn-down on this killin' floor
Squeeze me, babe, 'till the juice runs down my leg
Do, squeeze, squeeze me, baby, until the juice runs down my leg
The wayyou squeeze my lemon-a
I'm gonna fall right outta bed, 'ed, 'ed, bed, yeah
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey
Juice, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
Hey, babe, babe, babe, babe, oh, no
No, no, now, now
I'm gonna leave my children down on this killin' floor
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Killing Floor | Reviewer: cap'n emo | 8/3/2008
"Killing Floor" is a song written and recorded by Howlin' Wolf in 1964. It was released on the album, The Real Folk Blues in 1966. This song has been performed live by many blues and rock guitar artists, including Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Byther Smith and Albert King.
Led Zeppelin performed the song live in 1968 and 1969, and later used it as the basis for their song "The Lemon Song". Bootleg copies of early Led Zeppelin concerts include rough versions of the song credited as "Killing Floor." Their version, which also included some lyrics from Robert Johnson's "Traveling Riverside Blues," credited Chester Burnett (Howlin' Wolf) on some copies of Led Zeppelin II, with the original title. The song was retitled "The Lemon Song" and after legal involvement on the part of Burnett's publishers, the song was credited to "Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham/Burnett".
The definative Rock/Blues groove | Reviewer: Bruce Blackstone | 9/25/2007
Blues is mostly about feel,about getting something off your chest. Rock is mostly about attitude, about being in your face. The Lemon Song is prolly the only song that brings Rock & Blues together with so much truth and power. Page's guitar solo i always gets me right here (got my hand on my heart) The dynamics in is song between loud and soft, between rock and blues and especially between Plant and Page make this arrangement of a willie Dixon classic ring with pure emotion and conviction, The Lemon Song has got it all....
amazing tune | Reviewer: Anonymous | 8/25/2007
this song doesn't only rock but it is basically the theme song of my life. Get screwed over by a broad once and you will know what im saying.
perfect Zeppelin | Reviewer: zack | 7/26/2007
great song. driving bass line by JPJ. perfect drums by bonzo. crazy good guitar by jimmy. Wildly sexy lyrics by Plant. The perfect Zeppelin song. Anyone who is a fan of music(real Music) is a fan of zeppelin and this song
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