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Song Released: 1969


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    stewdog
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    Mar 31st, 2012 3:55am report


    The second song on side two of Led Zeppelin II. It merges almost instantly from Heartbreaker. Personally, I believe that this song was one of the weaker songs on the album. Certainly Led Zeppelin thought so as they refused to play the song live. However, it did become a radio staple, and is still very catchy.

    Basically the song is about a middle aged groupie who hanged around Led Zeppelin all the time. By the lyrics one can decipher that the band has ill thoughts towards her. It's basically about as simple as that.




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