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Led Zeppelin — Boogie With Stu
Album: Physical Graffiti
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Released: 1975
Length: 3:48
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Playin' in town, my baby
We just gotta rock on
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, darlin'
We just gotta go home
I don't want no tutti-fruitti, no lollipop
A-come on, baby, just rock, rock, rock

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, honey
We've been shakin' all night
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, darlin'
We just gotta roll right
Ahh-ah-ah-ah, ooh, my head, rock on, rock on

Play it, yeah

Hey babe, hey babe
Hey babe, hey babe
Hey babe, hey babe
Hey babe, hey babe
I don't want no tutti-fruitti, no lollipop
Well, come on, baby, just rock, rock, rock

Woo-hoo, woo-hoo
Ooh-hoo, ooh-hoo
Ooh-hoo, ooh-hoo
Ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh
Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-hoo, let's go out

Woo-hoo, ooh-hoo
Ooh-hoo, hoo-hoo
Woo-hoo, hoo-hoo
I don't want no tutti-fruitti, no lollipop
Ah, come on, baby, just rock, rock, yeah
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No tutti frutti, no lollipop
Love John Bonham's work on this one

 lmic wrote:
 stewliscious wrote:
'cause Stew would like to Boogie with You
Disco Stu? {#Roflol}
 


I love Led Zeppelin, but this song isn't keeping up with the last two (iggy pop and stevie ray vaughan)
Gets me dancing, way to go Bill
Apart from the smooth groove, I just love that part where Robert sings "ooh, my head - rock on!" and then Page launches into a mandolin solo.  Rock?  Back when I was a silly teenager, this used to make me laugh my guts out.  Now.... it still makes me laugh my guts out, but in a different way.  I LOVE this song. Such a departure from the band who brought us "Black Dog" and "Rock and Roll."  And the way this song ends, sort of recklessly, with Plant's cackle afterward... Did I mention that I love this song?

Oh.  Okay.
Great boogie woogie piano man.  Had he been a little younger or more willing to get on with the image being presented by the Stones, everyone would know Ian Stewart's name like they know Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman's today.
Woohoo. Woohoo!
I'm boogying with Stu right now. {#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Drummer}{#Motor}
Make it Wit Chu
 jagdriver wrote:
It's been a long time since I rock 'n' rolled....
       ...
Been a long lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely time...
 

Which up until now was the only Led Zepplin song I have ever heard that I did not like.....up until now.{#Stop}
Thank you!!  I love this one  {#Bananapiano}


We be dancing...  love it...

 
 stewliscious wrote:
'cause Stew would like to Boogie with You
Disco Stu? {#Roflol}

Was Jimmy in the men's room?
It's been a long time since I rock 'n' rolled....
       ...
Been a long lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely time...
 stinkycheese wrote:
Album should be more correctly listed as Physical Graffiti, right?

 
Yup stinky, that sure is right? Doncha just love it too, one of the most varietous (I know it's not officially a  word) and consistently listenable LZ albums...well, not that the others aren't...

Nice upload. Have not listened to Phys Graf in a long time. So many good songs
Album should be more correctly listed as Physical Graffiti, right?

The first Led Zepplin song I've heard for the first time in about 25 years . . .

Pretty cool!

{#Bananapiano}
Actually...

Third. Friggin Bronze. Going to throw it on the mat and walk away.
Dammit. Second?

I never win anything!
'cause Stew would like to Boogie with You
First