Ozone Baby

  • I hear ya knock on my door
    I ain't been saving this scene for ya honey
    Don't wantcha ringin' my bell
    It's too late for you to be my honey

    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love

    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love

    Don't want you wasting my time
    Tired of ya doing the things that you do
    It's no use standing in line
    Follow the line, you better follow queue

    I say, oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love

    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love, my my own

    I could sail a river run dead, but I know it's dead
    I could I wish for a million, yeah but I know it's dead
    I could cry within the darkness, I sail away
    I save a lifetime forever?
    But you know, you know, you know what I say

    And I say oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love

    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love, my my own

    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love

    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love, my own true love
    My own true love, my own true love
    My own true love
    I said Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love
    Oh, it's my love
    Oh, it's my own true love, my own Writer/s: JIMMY PAGE, ROBERT PLANT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Grey Pilgrim from PhoenixThis song was definitely worthy of In Through The Out Door (ITTOD). Just very original sounding Led Zeppelin. The most exciting thing for me about ITTOD is it catches Page’s playing in transition to the sound he adopted in the 80s, but a more precise version of what he adopted in the 80s. The solo in this song is a perfect example. It’s on the edge of chaos a bit, but whereas in the 80s it may have ventured into actual (always enjoyable) chaos, here he delivers a stunningly complex little exercise with precision. I imaging him doing take after take of this solo in the studio. But who knows. He’s Page. He could have done it in one take.
  • Peter Griffin from Quahog, RiThis should have been on In Through The Outdoor. All 3 outtakes from ITtOD were good.
  • Justin from Georgetown, Innot to make a far off reference but.. it reminds me of the first nirvana album. after hearing all the other crap a million times. hearing something that rough actually was alot more enjoyable to me. this song gets better to me all the time. just the way the bass flows with the ooh its my love.. the lyrics are kinda boring thou
  • Bill from Topeka, Ksi can play the drums to this but if i wanted to play this somewhere no one would know what the song is
  • Mark from Worcester, MiJohn Paul Jones thought the Coda songs "were all good cuts." Page wanted to do a live album and was "disgusted" to have to put together an album for a group who's drummer had died. Plant nixed the live album. In the long run it's better we at least had the chance to hear these cuts. They're not really up to zep standards but JPJ is right. They're not bad cuts.
  • Danny from Tallahassee, FlIt wouldnt go with In Through The Out Door but this is actually a pretty good song i guess thats to be expected from Led Zeppelin even, the outtakes are great.
  • Paulo from New York, NyAgreed; would have been incongruous on ITtOD.
  • Adrian from Wilmington, DeOk Zeppelin song, I can see why it was left off In Through the Out Door. The guitar solo is nice, but Robert's lyrics and vocals just aren't up to par.
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