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All My Love by Led Zeppelin

Album: In Through The Out DoorReleased: 1979
  • Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant and bass player John Paul Jones wrote this. The band had drifted apart, with guitarist Jimmy Page and drummer John Bonham hanging out together and rarely showing up on time for recording sessions. As a result, many of the songs on In Through The Out Door were put together by Plant and Jones, with Page and Bonham adding their parts late at night.
  • This song is not a love song in the traditional sense, rather a tribute to Robert Plant's son Karac, who died of a stomach infection in 1977 when he was 5. (thanks, Jordan - Fairfax, VA)
  • This changes key on the last chorus.
  • Plant did the vocals in one take.
  • Jones played the synthesizer solo.
  • This was only played live during Led Zeppelin's 1980 tour of Germany. (thanks, Chris - Whitesboro, NY)
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Comments: 104

Such an awesome album.Brad K - Huntley, Il
It goes to show that Jonesy and Page have different kind of style... put them together become magic. Separate them - mediocre. But I love this song!Pjyenn - Indonesia, Indonesia
I love this song. It was a wonderful tribute Robert made to his son. Grayson - New Orleans, La
This song is so beuatiful. :) Its all I can really find myself to say.Israel - Laredo, Tx
I know Plant wrote this song for his son, Karac. But I believe it has more profound religious undertones. Here is my interpretation of this awesome song:



Should I fall out of love, my fire in the light=
Should I falter from My Father's calling to be the salvation and light for all the world?

To chase a feather in the wind=
By succumbing to the empty promises and attainment of all worldly treasures from (Mammon) the evil one?

Within the glow that weaves a cloak of delight=
As a backdrop to God's eternal promise of Love, the prophets speak of My arrival

There moves a thread that has no end=
My eternal message of hope and redemption will live throughout humanity.

For many hours and days that pass ever soon=
The great anticipation of the arrival of the Son of Man was heralded by all the prophets before Me

the tides have caused the flame to dim=
The forces of evil attempt to drown the message of Love and Salvation in the hearts of men.

At last the arm is straight, the hand to the loom=
The Son of man foretelling the painful way He would die on the cross in fruition of his mission.

Is this to end or just begin?=
Humanity must choose whether to believe or not to believe in the Son of Man's message of Salvation for all through repentance.


Chorus: All of my love, all of my love, All of my love to you. (repeat)=
Until the end of time, the Son of man is God's new covenant with humanity through His unconditional Love for all who believe in Him.

The cup is raised; the toast is made yet again=
As foretold by Moses and the prophets, the life of the messiah will be ransomed with the Son of Man's acceptance of the cup of suffering (at the last supper) heralding the new passover.

One voice is clear above the din=
Jesus Christ attests that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life!

Proud Aryan one word, my will to sustain=
The Son of Man carried His cross to die in order for all of us to live

For me, the cloth once more to spin=
Jesus Christ shall return on the day of Judgment

Chorus

Yours is the cloth, mine is the hand that sews time=
Everyone shall be present to account for his/her life on the Day of Judgment.

his is the force that lies within=
The evil one shall continue to corrupt the souls of the lost

Ours is the fire, all the warmth we can find=
The Son of Man is humanity's Shepherd to all who hear his voice and believe in Him.

He is a feather in the wind=
Beware! Mammon (the evil one) offers nothing more than an empty promise to all of humanity.
Christian Cozier - Pos, Trinidad And Tobago
ok,now i know this was written a while ago, but there is serioisly no messages in led zeppelins sings to the devil, anyone who thinks tht is kinda stupid. They had feelings of pain and robert wrote this song to mend, and for stairway to heaven, it has some meaningful lyrics, and honestly, they did do drugs, and they did drink and they were to stoned to make a song that if played backward would say something satanic. yeah and i love this song with a passionSara - Kenosha, United Kingdom
I would have to say this song is really just great. I think it might be better than "Stairway to Heaven". It's very touching.Kyl - Mesa, Az
A very special person introduced me to this song a long time ago and even though I had forgotten the name of the song, I never forgot how I felt when I heard itPaula - Laredo, Tx
''One voice is clear above the din'', oh, what a beautiful and meanful line.This song is artistically great.Jimmy - Galicia, Spain
I don't know if anyone else feels this way, but I always found In Through The Out Door very dark and foreboding, almost like you could feel that something bad was going to happen - like the Beatles Abbey Road (although Let It Be was released later, it was recorded earlier). I honestly think that if Bonzo had not died, the band would have broken up over personal and artistic differences.Rob - Duluth, Ga
There are so many words that I could use to explain this song. But I am only going to use one...AMAZING.Nicole - Plymouth, Ma
two words: KEYBOARD SOLO!Daniel - Montreal, Qc
Page's guitar work is this album's only saving grace.Schweet - Cincinnati, Oh
This is a beautiful song. Plant, a man who has written countless great songs, tries to come to grips with the biggest tragedy anybody can go thru, and after lots of poetry and metaphors about it puts those away and at the end of the song keeps repeating what he truly feels and all that needs to be said, "All of my love to you"...the key change at the end also seems to convey a mood of hopefulness and thankfulness that even though his son was taken from him, he was thankful and celebrating the time he had with himNick - Arlington Heights, Il
Pagey was not too keen on the song.It was at this time was deep into drugs.I'm not too crazy about tje song or most of the LP Jonsey too k over alot of producing.I read in a article that he traded the huge synth to another musican for furniture.Pretty funny.Lisa - Blountville , Tn
I have been a Robert Plant fan for year and so are my children now it goes to show you the music is timeless i also have a grandson named after him.Melissa - Watauga, Tx
I remember in HS that a lot of people were saying Zeppelin was dead because they considered this song too 'lightweight' or 'Beatles-like' (not that being compared to the Beatles should be a bad thing). It has always been one of my favorite Zeppelin songs.

I swear I never get tired of listening to this band. They are so unlike anything before them or anything since. The arrangements and use of instruments and effects is so beyond what other artists are capable of. They just flat out rock.
Ralph - Houston, Tx
I feel so bad for Robert Plant, his son dieng so young. Rest in Peace KaracMaggie - Philadelphia, Pa
My Name Is Karac Griffin, I Was Named After Robert Plants Son.... i hate the name but am honored to have something in common with such a great band... LED ZEPPELIN ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!Karac - Chewelah, Wa
This is one of only 3 In Through The Outdoor songs to be played live.Peter Griffin - Quahog, Ri
I think this song is about the narrator (not neccesarilly Robert Plant) spilling out his feelings to the one person he/she loves to deathJohn - Somewhere In, Ma
Not the only song where Page is uncredited. South Bound Saurez is the other.Peter Griffin - Quahog, Ri
For all of those who believe Jeff seriously meant the hidden message thing, read every message on this page. HE WAS JOKING!!Peter Griffin - Quahog, Ri
I always thought the title was "All Of My Love".Andrew - Bartlett, Tn
This is a beautiful song; a masterpiece! Its just sad that Plant's son died at 5 years of ageCarlota - Ankara, Turkey
Plant and Page are mystics. I thank them for leading me to a better understanding of life in the spiritual sense having dealt with addiction most of my life. This is just one example or "take" on Plant's need to understand life and death after his son's passing and to share it with others musically forever. My take is that it's about mans' struggling with his divinity and mortality..within and without.Jay - Myrtle Beach, Sc
this is one of zep's most beautiful songs, lyrically. it really makes me wanna cry when i listen to it, i get tears in my eyes only thinking about it. i cant imagine loosing a son only 5 yrs old.Alina - Karlstad, Sweden
Good Song. I Like the softer Zeppelin too it brings out the best in me. This song is sadder when you listen too it late at night. I don't know why though... Try ItBill - Topeka, Ks
"I get a little bit lonely" ... :(Melanie - Seattle, Wa
This song is so sad, but gorgeous. Plant's voice is beautiful and hauntingMelanie - Seattle, Wa
I think people have mixed comments for a reason.
Good or bad is only a point of view. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder...The way I see it, this song is beautiful.
Susan - Melvindale, Mi
This song always make me think of my frist love.Keith, If by chance you read this.All of my love.SusieSusan - Melvindale, Mi
I love this song. I cried when I first heard it. It's so sad.Shannan - Wilmington, De
Led Zeppelin is my favorite .. hands down..I admire all there musicCassandra - Houston, Tx
This song used to freak me out when I was stoned in my teenage days. I really did think this was about some sort of satanic ritual. Of course, I don't think that anymore. I kind of like it.Mary - Phoenix, Az
when i look back now, as i havent listened to led zep for years, this song was my goodbye to led zep and i felt melancholy then as i feel now, when i listen to it again. It's one of those great songs expressin a mood in an ultimate way. Sure I love black dog or gallows pole and simply everything from led zep. But all of my love is my good bye and meet again with zeppelin.Oliver - Hamburg, Germany
WONDERFUL song in my opinion.this song does not have any connection with satan and all these.robert plant express his emotional state that time and how he feel about karac's(his son)death.he wasn't in the mood to talk about devil. the synthesizer solo is magnificent.especially when it comes to end.the synthesizer-guitar match is perfect.although jimmy page didn't like this song and dispite his bad mood that time, his work seems great to me. in a interview he said that he and john bonham weren't very keen on the album and ''all my love'':
''both felt that In Through The Out Door was a little soft. I wasn't really keen on "All My Love". I was a little worried about the chorus. I could just imagine people doing the wave and all of that. And I thought, That's not us. That's not us. In its place it was fine, but I wouldn't have wanted to pursue that direction in the future.''
unfortunately the didn't finish their plans and we know the reason:(
Maria - Athens, Greece
I do not like this song at all. I love Zeppelin for it's fantastic guitar, great drumming, great singing, and great synthesisers keyboards and bass. This song only has one of them. keyboard/synthesiser.Tim Boyd - Sydney, Australia
this was like jimmy pages least favorite songs, partly cause he barely had anything in it. i really only like his acoustic guitar part of the songBen - Menomonie, Wi
Led Zep were among the most brilliant experimentalists when it came to song creation. In this song, drums, guitar and fake-violin-or-keyboard sound a bit different and probably on the cruder side. But, I feel it is deliberately made to sound like the way it does and love the overall impact.Vikas - Balaghat, United States
This song shows a different side and an evolution of a band that met with trials through the years. It happens to all people. I would say the death of a child, one's own 6 yr old child, would be reason enough to pour your heart into a sappy song lie this one..it is beautiful! And Robert Plant's voice is wonderful in it (as usual). He evoked emotion in this one.....which is what a song, any song should do.Elyssa - Ny, Ny
Another person who agrees with Nate. I really enjoy this song, but I think it could've done with less synthisizers and more guitar work. Maybe this song and the rest of In thrugh the out door didnt rock as hard because Page and Bonham weren't really there to make the album more like early zeppelin.Page - London, Canada
nate from wisconcin...this song is friken awsome!!! all zep songs are different...this song he made for his son that died..i think he put his heart into it...i want this song at my weddingNicole - Los Angeles, Ca
Nate has a good point. The band was definitely "fuzzling" in 1978 when they recorded this album. I think they were adversely affected by hedonistic excesses by the late `70s and it began to influence their music. Plant had faced some severe personal setbacks, including the death of his son and Page admits to being addicted to heroin during this period. Still, they were the best rock band to ever walk the earth. As I heard Page say in an interview once, when they played together, there was a "fifth element".Cw - Vancouver, Canada
i think this is a great song and a testament to zeppelin's diversity...how many hard rock bands can pull off a pop song with this much class, sincerity, and instrumental creativity?...and there's so many nice touches, from jimmy's subdued guitar to jones' keyboard solo and that beautiful moment with what sounds like spanish guitars..."i get a little bit lonely!"Ajay - Boston, Ma
ya even though is quiet diffrent then most zeppelin i do like this songChris - Dracut, Ma
Yeah, which is why I'm not much into "In Through The Out Door." The band was fizzling from the Zep image that became legendary. It wasn't the Zep 4/Rock and Roll/Stairway days anymore. It was just a totally different type of music than the typical Zep image, and it isn't really what I'm into. To each his/her own, it's just not what I particularly like.Nate - Winston Salem, Nc
Well, Nate, I have listened to When the Levee Breaks and Good Times, Bad Times. I know All My Love's a little hokey. Maybe it's a "girl thing", but then again I don't like a lot of "girl music". Plus my guitar teacher and I were trying to play it and laughed a lot when we ran out of frets, which we always remember when I go. And by the way, it's not a "fake violin thing". It's called a synthesizer...it's used on ever song on In Through the Out Door, I think.Emmie - Long Island, Ny
I'm sorry to say it, because I love Zeppelin, but this song is just horrendous. The lame little fake violin part in the beginning? Not doing it for me. Zep wasn't a dumb little soft-rock/pop band. Why should they pretend to be?

Listen to "When The Levee Breaks" or "Good Times, Bad Times" if you want to hear some good Zep.
Nate - Winston Salem, Nc
Oh, definitely my second favorite Zep song (after Misty Mountain Hop). It's not a traditional Led Zeppelin song, which makes it even better because it sounds totally different from anything they ever did. After I found out why Plant wrote it, I was even more moved. The "I get a little bit lonely" part at the end is my favorite.Emmie - Long Island, Ny
Page used his 1959 Fender Botswana Brown Telecaster (not the 58 he used on the first album) on this recording. It is fitted with the Parsons/White B-String Bender. Thats what makes his guitar sound almost like a pedal steel guitar on some parts of the solo. It first appeared on stage in 1977. This guitar was used on Hot Dog, Darlene, and Ozone BabyChris - Milford, Ct
The boot "Studio Daze" contains the full version of this tune (7:46). It is almost two minutes longer than the one released and contains a second solo by Page. The mix is much heavier as well....worth a listen.Larry - Altoona, Ia
this song is so sad and beautiful, my second fav off of 'in through the outdoor'. i also liked the end where plant sings 'i get a little lonely, just a little' or sumthing like that. zeppelin rocksNick - Ledzephead, United States
This is a wonderfully moving song! It is my husband's favorite song, so I surprised him by having our wedding band learn it and perform it at our wedding 13 years ago! They brought the house down and have never heard such a moving tribute to a couple as we interpreted the song for ourselves! It will always hold the most enduring heartening memories for us. Whenever we hear it, we are taken right back to our wedding day. It is special for our daughter, too. She loves it so much, as well!Samantha - Plymouth Meeting, Pa
Oh for heaven's sakes with the backwards stuff and satanism! It is a simple song that Plant wrote for Karac (who was just barely 6 years old, not 5, when he died). Robert was never the same after July 1977. But if you want to hear a much more poignant song about Karac, listen to "I Believe" on his fate of Nations record. Also- the Zoso symbol refers to ancient symbols of alchemy; in the middle ages, scientists and mystics were constantly looking for ways to turn metals into gold, and it's connected with the grail search, etc. I dunno about Pagey, but Robert is not into anything dark; he says his religion is Happiness and he'll always be a gentle soul.Amy - Silver Spring, Md
I read Page wouldn't want to pursue the future direction this song takes. I agree; Page and Bonham were discussing the possiblilty of the next album after In Through The Out Door to be a heavier album. All my love was written by Jones and Plant, ironically it doesn't even sound like their post Zep work, much less like Zep itself.David - Monrovia, Ca
zeppelin uses alot of norse (icelandic, viking) influences, for example in no quarter "the winds of thor" and the immagrant song is about vikings. along with lotr influences like in the battle of evermore "ringwrtaiths ride in black" and in ramble on "in the darkest sepths of mordor" (y isnt that on the greatest hits its a great song) this song is great.John - Seattle, Wa
Well.....I tried, but i couldn't get the peanut butter and sardines to go down. Where can i find instructions for my next task, master? I've ruined
"Agents of Fortune" playing it backwads and all i got was a recipe for apple pie.
Rob - Vancouver, Canada
Any Zeppelin song that showcases the skills of the "quite one" JPJ is great in my humble opinion.David - Orlando, Fl
arne't those symbols led zeppelin use some sort of icelandic symbols to do with folk lore or something. i don't think they were satanic (not even page's) and plant was into old folk lore (summit like that anyway).

anywho! this song is great, shows led zeppelin can do more than rock, they can do beautiful songs too.
Anaki - Manchester
I think that lyricly this is one of their best songs. People say that its just not Led Zep's type of a song. A true Zep fan can appreciate this and truely appreciate the beauty of the lyrics.Merlin - Cincinnati, Oh
This song is the most moving song ever. I like how people used the word "haunting" to describe Plant's voice. I completely agree, and it reminds me of the vocals in his solo album Now and Zen (Great Album). I think the synthesizer is perfect for the feel of this song, especially when joined by the orchestral part. It's not missing any guitar at all!Allison - Tamaqua, Pa
This is the only song that credits members of the band without Jimmy Page.Theseus - Seattle, Wa
Jimmy Page didn't like this song very much, thats why he dosen't play a lot on it.Brian - Corpus Christi, Tx
This song sounds exactly like something that rappers would sample, and destroy in the process. I would be surprised to hear taht Puff Daddy or someone has yet to sample All My Love.E - Vancouver, Canada
Actually Nick, the feel of SATIN is often compared to that of kashmir.Nick - Richmond Hill, Canada
This song will always have great memories for me. It was song I had called in and requested for the radio. I didn't think I would get through, and it did...

I think the DJ was surprised, someone my age calling in!
Wade - Katy, Tx
no this is not about god this song is for plants son, you can hear that hes talking about him. he says "sometimes i feel a little bit lonely" thats because he misses his sonLiz - Boston, Ms
To those of you that dont like this song because it's too different of a sound for Zeppelin i dont think you're giving it a chance. This song is fantastic and its just one of the many that shows Zeppelins versatility. If you love zeppelin, and aren't just a casual listener, you come to appreciate all of the different genres that they touch on in their music. If you like Kashmir and Stairway to Heaven just keep listening to classic rock stations on the radio. Zeppelins talent goes far beyond songs like those, and it really shows in songs like All My Love and Bron-Y-Aur-Stomp.Melanie - Titusville, Fl
I think the fact that Led zeppelin was starting to drift apart, kind of ruins the song. I didn't like it at first, but it has since grown on me. It's a good song though.Stefanie Magura - Rock Hill, Sc
"I love this song too...so haunting. Plant had three kids, Josh. I love the ending as I do with so many Zep songs, when Plant just lets it go..."i get a little lonely...just a little..." Has anyone ever read what Page's symbol means? I want to get a tattoo of their four symbols but I am afraid Page's symbol means something satanic and that wouldn't be very good luck.
- Amanda Craigie, winnipeg, Canada"

Robert Plant's symbol is Maàt's feather of Truth, closed in by an unbroken circle, which represents life.
Nick - Warwick, Ri
I'm not a religious person or anything, but I think that he is singing about Jesus or God or some religious figure. "his is the force that lies within", but this is only my opinionDanny - Sydney, Australia
not a big hit, it is kind of good but not like Stairway or Kashmir. As somebody else said, maybe I'm missing somethingJuan - Miami, Fl
This song was recorded in two sets... The only done in the second set was Jones' synthesizer solo. Everything else was done in one recording. If you listen to the studio recording, Jones messes up on the first note, the whole band laughs and then starts again and never stopsLuke - Houston, Tx
Hey if you guys want the link to a page about Jimmy Page's Zoso symbol here it is... http://www.inthelight.co.nz/ledzep/zososymbol.htmDanielle - Swanton, Oh
Jeff, that was hilarious! Too bad you can't even joke around with the stanic stuff b/c people seem to take everything seriously...
When I first heard this song, I hated it, it was just too poppy and not something I'd expected to hear from Zep, but with time it has grown on me a great deal and now I love it. But I'll never be able to come to terms with the synth solo... I love Jonesy and all, but I can't stand it when something sounds so obviously synthetised. I agree with Alex, a guitar solo would've been better.
Oh and I guess Jonesy has 3 kids (at least), they can be seen in The Song Remains The Same.
Jude - Szombathely, Hungary
I found a page that lists possible meanings for Zoso, (POSSIBLE)and an interesting fact is that it isn't a word but a symbol. look at the page if you like:http://www.inthelight.co.nz/ledzep/zososymbol.htm whether or not it's accurate it's pretty interestingJosh - Las Vegas, Nv
Jeff from Haltom City TX, Lay off the drugs and just enjoy the music. There is no backmasking on this song.Taylor - Austin, Tx
the Zoso symbol is "the holy grail of Led Zeppelin trivia" nobody knows it. it was quoted once that Jimmy told Robert once what it meant and he was the only one that ever knew. Robert later jokingly said he forgot. to say its satanic is way too expedientJim - Toledo, Oh
This is a very beautiful song, I listened to this with my mother while I was trying on my cap and gown for graduation one night. We both sat there, held each other and cried. It was a deep and very moving moment, and now whenever I hear this song, I have that memory and all my childhood memories. I know someday I will not have my mother, but whenever I miss her, I will listen to this song and remember everything.Bryant - Salina, Ks
Look, Mr. Plant was a leo, and leo's aren't ones to eat "peanut butter and sardine sandwhiches". If it REALLY is there, he probably did it just to be funny, but I highly doubt it since it's probably about his dear son...poor little guy!So sad...And yes, he had 2 sons and a daughter. I think they all had children...I'm not sure about Jones, though. But he is married.I don't like synthesizers, but it's still a beautiful song...But not enough of that beautiful guitar playing.Loreena - Rio Negro, Argentina
Page's guitar contributions to this song were surprisingly minimal. The synthesizer performs the role of lead instrument.Kent Lyle - Palo Alto, Ca
this was a huge radio hitSack - Arlington, Tx
FYI, Robert Plant never liked this song, as it was written as a "hook" for teenage girls. Plant said he would never write a song like this again as he felt it was in a different direction than the band was in.Jon - Lowell, Ma
I think this song is good i disagree with u guys saying that it is santanic.Chris, ur right this is one of the beautiful rock songs ever. And jeff, i think u might have been on some cokeane to because i think ur hearing things.Vincent - Los Angeles, Ca
Very different from other Zep songs. Seems like the missing thing was the band's desire to work together any longer. I used this song in earphones while an amnio was done during my first pregnancy. It's calm, safe, and enigmatic, steeped in love. My son, 14 yrs, loves it, too. BTW, got the tattoo with a peacock wrapping tail around the symbol. Very pretty, no satanic intention; no satan - only in minds of people who create the thought-form. ;-) BTW, where can I get one of those backwards players?!Adrienne - Santa Barbara, Ca
Many of you might not know this but the studio version is edited! This is when it fades off at the end. However, the unedited version is about minute/minute and a half longer and it's even better than the edited studio version. Beautiful.Robert - Atlanta, Ga
I love this song, the whole atmosphere of it draws me in every time, but its missing a good mournful guitar solo, i think the band working seperatly on it kinda ruined it. Oh yeah Amanda you were wondering about Page's Zoso symbol, well I hope you didnt get get the tatoo done yet cause it does mean something satanic. The Z is just Page's zodiac sign (capricorn) but i heard the "oso" part is the way 666 (number of the beast) was written in medieval spell books and stuff, so yeah its pretty evil.Alex - Vancouver, Canada
i don't like this song much, i don't understand how led zep wrote it, i think it's that bad because plant and page and the others werent really together, their stuff really suffered if you ask meSal - Ny, Ny
Very good, underrated song. Jennifer, I don't think so because this is more of a mornful song. Jay, I don't think it's missing anything.Don - Philadelphia, Pa
not a big fan of the song, i feel as though its missing something.Jay - Carol Stream, Il
Awesome song...sounds kinda like a wedding songJennifer - Fredericton, Canada
I love this song too...so haunting. Plant had three kids, Josh.
I love the ending as I do with so many Zep songs, when Plant just lets it go..."i get a little lonely...just a little..."
Has anyone ever read what Page's symbol means?
I want to get a tattoo of their four symbols but I am afraid Page's symbol means something satanic and that wouldn't be very good luck.
Amanda Craigie - Winnipeg, Canada
Also, for any "Legend of Zelda" fans out there, this song totally goes along with the game "Ocarina of Time" Whenever I play that game, I think of "All My Love"Josh - Orange County, Ca
Plant had a son??!!

P.S. Thi is one of my favorite Zeppelin Songs and I'm listening to it right now.
Josh - Orange County, Ca
This is an extremly awsome message too, it "threads" ;-) a common metaphor throughout, and essentially you don't know to what or who he is declaring his love to; a person? an idea? hmmmm...David - Greensboro, Nc
This song is good, but a bit too 80s like most of the stuff on In Through the Outdoor (Jimmy page didn't like this song).Adrian - Wilmington, De
You're right Chris, this is the most beautiful song written by a rock band. All of my friends hate it. I love it.Jason Lee - New York, Ny
Backwards messages (if there are any) notwithstanding, this song is a beautiful ove song.Louise - Bayside, Ny
LOL, exactly right, Chanty. I wrote that as a parody of everyone who has said, but so far failed to prove, that there are backwards messages in the song "Stairway To Heaven", among infinite other songs.Jeff - Haltom City, Tx
Jeff, maybe you're being drunk and stoned had something to do with it...and..oh yeah we all know priests are experts on zepplin haha
-Chanty
Chantelle - Saskatoon, Canada
This is, by far, the most beautiful song written by a rock band. There is not as much raspiness in Plant's voice. I find his voice haunting...like he is mourning, which he was. The synthesizer solo is amazing! Devil? No...come on...his baby had just died.Chris - Hull, Ma
No Backwards masking in this one, try Stairway To Heaven for that...

:P
Conrad - Los Angeles, Ca
If you play this song backwards you can hear the following words being sung: "I like to eat peanut butter and sardine sandwiches with the devil". I know it's there, because I can read about it in a book written by a preacher and heard it for myself while listening to this song backwards while both drunk and stoned. It's really there!Jeff - Haltom City, Tx