Boogie With Stu

Album: Physical Graffiti (1975)
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  • Been in town, my baby
    We just got to rock on
    Yeah, darling, we just got to go home
    I don't want no tutti-frutti, no lollipop
    Come on, baby, just rock, rock, rock

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, honey
    We've been shakin' all night
    Oh, darlin', we just got to roll right
    Ah, oh, my head rock on, rock on

    Hey babe, hey babe, hey babe, hey babe
    Hey babe, hey babe, hey babe, hey babe

    I don't want no tutti-frutti, no lollipop
    Come on baby, just rock, rock, rock

    Woo hoo, woo hoo, woo hoo, woo hoo
    Let's go

    I don't want no tutti-frutti, no lollipop
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 44

  • Englishjello from CanadaLed Zeppelin took from Richie Valens song "Ooh My Head" and Ritchie Valens took from Little Richard's song "Ooh My Soul" (Ironically enough Led Zeppelin's drum intro from "Rock and Roll" took from Little Richard's "Keep On Knockin")
  • C.w. from New Castle De.Pure rock n Roll genius..n no lollipop
  • Thomas from Roswell, NmThis is just a fun song to kick back and listen to.
  • Christian from Berlin, GermanyThe wikipedia article is full of errors and best avoided. An anonymous IP has been adding false claims about the song.
  • Melissa from Fairborn, OhThis is a raucous boogie woogie acoustic Led Zeppelin song which is a less waltz.
  • Terry from Algonquin, IlI always loved this song, wish I would have been to a concert of Zeps. I feel I missed out of what would have been two great hours of rock. Also Love the facts about Ian and Richie Valens mom. this song Rocks.

  • P from Lakewood, OhValens' "Ooh, My Head" is a blatant uncredited rip-off of Little Richard's "Ooh! My Soul".
  • P from Lakewood, OhThat's not true. The credits on the album since first day of release listed "Mrs. Valens". It's been there since the start. It was not placed there as the result of any lawsuit.
  • Greg from Cincinnati, OhRegarding Mrs. Valens, Page and Plant had read that when Ritchie Valens died, his label was supposed to pay her the royalties that would have been due him. But, the label shafted her and never paid. So, Page and Plant offered her half the publishing for the song. The owners of the publishing for the original song ("Oh. My Head") sued Zeppelin demanding all of the publishing for the song. According to Page, Zeppelin told them to "bugger off".
  • Tony from Chicago, IlDuring Page Plant tour in mid 90s they played this song at Alpine Valley and it was better than any drug.
  • Mark from Yorba Linda, CaI bought this album when it was released, and Mrs. Valens was in the credits then, so I wonder about the comment that she was added later.
  • Chelsea from Wichita, KsThis song is the prefect rock song. It maintains the old school rock feel while still giving credit the blues.
  • Tara from Petoskey, MiThe laughing at the end always cracks me up!! I listen to this song to get into a good mood. Also, am I the only one who loves Plan't vocals on this one?
  • Eric from San Francisco, Ca In actuality, it was Nicky Hopkins that played piano on the song "Rock and Roll"...
    Boogie with Stu, with Ian Stuart on piano is another great Zeppelin song; but, aren't they all?
  • Blair from Nowhere, NhGreat song to put in a party song mix CD.
  • Brett from Eddie Haskels Basement, CaLarry, your right ...But this is JP take on it ....They gave her credit first "What we tried to do was give Ritchie's mother credit, because we heard she never received any royalties from any of her son's hits, and Robert did lean on that lyric a bit. So what happens? They tried to sue us for all of the song!"

    It should be noted that Valens' song itself borrowed heavily from Little Richard's "Ooh, My Soul." Led Zeppelin eventually came to a settlement agreement with Valens' publishers, although it is not publicly known if his mother received any of that money.
  • Peter Griffin from Quahog, RiThis song was originally called "Sloppy Drunk". Good idea to change the name, then.
  • Allie from A Little Ol' Town In, Mithis is one of the songs that not many people know but its so awesome, the out of tune piano is great and the whole honky tonk sound of it is great. The drumming in the beginning is epic of course cuz its bonzo drumming.
  • Bill from Sarasota, FlRobert Plant played the acoustic guitar on Battle of Evermore: The studio version
    On Youtube there's a video of him playing a very good guitar solo on the Anniversary Song.
  • Jim from Toledo, Ohi just heard this song on the radio!! i was in utter sock. 94.7 wcsx detroit does a monsters of classic rock on undays sometimes and plays deep cuts from the best bands, in this case the very best band. anyways, if you feel your hometown radio station is lacking check out i dont work for them, but they play great stuff, all the time.
  • Bubba from Anaheim, CaThis song, like Rock n' Roll and others they did, was Zep's attempt to catch lightning in a bottle. I've read where Jimmy Page said in most songs he was trying to capture a feeling, even though the playing wasn't the best. I think in the same interview he said "you always go back to the beginning" meaning that you go back to the origins of rocknroll to get the gut of the song, instead of relying on pure technician-ship. An impromptu session with the Stones' piano player also could have been a game in one upsman ship too. But more than anything, these guys were so good they just loved to improvise and capture that original feel from old black blues, Eddie Cochran, or anything else (even Simon and Garfunkel, I'm told).
  • Brett from Muskegon, MiRobert Plant was actually in a wheelchair when they recorded this song because he broke his ankle in a car accident.
  • Jesse from East Setauket, NyI always thought the meaning of this song was that it was a mocking of the begining of the disco era.
  • Tatiana from Aiken, ScWhen I first saw the title of this song, I knew that it meant Ian Stewart "Stu". He also played on Rock and Roll.
    This song is the best! I love the clapping at the end, and JP on th mandolin rocks. And who can deny that boogie woogie on an old bar piano is cool?
  • Jon from New Prague, MnBlack dog and Ramble on used to be my favorite songs by Zep. They are great but overplayed. I love this song, but you'll never hear it on the radio.
  • Matt from Cape Girardeau, MoI always thought John Paul Jones was playing piano in this song. I never knew that was Ian Stewart. I just figured that this was kind of John Paul Jones' song since there was bass, piano, and mandolin. (I don't think Page is on this song at all) I have always wondered if this song is about people thinking that Robert Plant is gay or something because the only lyrics I understand are (i think)"I don't want no tutti frutti no lolli pop. Come on baby just???" Any one else ever think that. In closing, this is one of the best dance/party songs ever.Forget putting in 50 cent or Britany Spears. Put this song on!
  • Abbey from Richmond, Vai love this song it stays in my head all day!
  • Danielle from Swanton, OhActually Adam, I thought it was 'Ramble On' that was done by Bonham on plastic pales..
  • Ryan from Brentwood, CaThis song and Hot Dog are soooo cool. I wish there were more funky songs like those.
  • Stefanie Magura from Rock Hill, ScBtw, Nick t your comment was pretty hilarious.
  • Stefanie Magura from Rock Hill, ScWarning: Don't trust people who don't like this song!!!! Avoid them at all costs!!!! Ha ha just kidding. This song is cool though. The beat is great and so are the vocals. I don't get why people wouldn't like it.
  • Phil from Niagara Falls, Canadahaha, holding the beer hostage, thats hilarious
    *in response to what nick said*
  • Scott from Charlotte, NcThank you Mark! Good point! Oh yeah, and I'm pretty sure Valens didn't come up with "La Bamba" either.... duh.....
  • Melissa from Fairborn, OhThis is one of my favorite Led Zeppelin song. This a boogie woogie song.
  • Nick from Baton Rouge, Lai had this on at a party once, i should remind you im 17, and most of my friends have bad taste in music, the listen to rap..and somebody turned it off, so i took the beer hostage until it was turned back on, because you dont *uck with my led zeppelin, when i was in jail, it was like a cigarette craving.. haha i love this band
  • Adam from New Berlin, WiI think it was a guitar world from 12/03 that said the percussion was done solely on plastic pales by bonham
  • Frankie from St. Louis, Mothe drums/percussion/whatever you want to call it in this song are awesome, i dont know what it is about them theyre i love john bonham
  • Vana from Vbay, United Statesum... what DID jonesy play on this song? is there bass? am i lame?

    oh, and i have an absolutely gorgeous piccy of percy playing an acuostic (guitar) so i'll believe jonesy when he says plant played 'when no one was looking'.
  • Jonathan from Ann Arbor, MiI'm not sure, but it sounds like there is a drum machine playing instead of Bonzo. The only reason that I am not sure is because it is not listed as one of your facts... Other then that, I'm certain.
  • Adrian from Wilmington, DeJohn Paul Jones has been quoted that Plant only played guitar "when no one was looking." I've never seen any evidence that her ever played anything else besides harmonica both live and in the studio (except for one show during the 1977 tour when he got up on Bonzo's drum kit while Keith Moon was on stage with them).
  • Mark from Montebello, CaFunny, the Richie Valens estate sued, because Ritchie song "Ooh My Head" was stolen from Little Richard's "Ooh My Soul".
  • Richard from Syracuse, Nyjpj- John Paul jones.
  • Terence from Mumbai, Indiawho's jpj?? is this a really dumb question? lol
  • Jim from Bethlehem, PaIan Stewart also played the piano on Rock and Roll.
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