Oct 6, 2008

Nikos Deja Vu - Led Zeppelin - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (rare 1969)

Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
(Anne Bredon/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant)

Babe, baby, baby, I'm Gonna Leave You.
I said baby, you know I'm gonna leave you.
I'll leave you when the summertime,
Leave you when the summer comes a-rollin'
Leave you when the summer comes along.
Baby, baby, I don't wanna leave you,
I ain't jokin' woman, I got to ramble.
Oh, yeah, baby, baby, I believin',
We really got to ramble.
I can hear it callin' me the way it used to do,
I can hear it callin' me back home!
Babe...I'm gonna leave you
Oh, baby, you know, I've really got to leave you
Oh I can hear it callin 'me
I said don't you hear it callin' me the way it used to do?
I know, I know
I know I never never never gonna leave your babe
But I got to go away from this place,
I've got to quit you, yeah
Ooh, baby...
Baby, ooh don't you hear it callin' me?
Woman, woman, I know, I know
It feels good to have you back again
And I know that one day baby, it's really gonna grow, yes it is.
We gonna go walkin' through the park every day.
Come what may, every day
Oooh, mama baby
I'm gonna leave you--go away
It was really, really good.
You made me happy every single day.
But now!
I've got to go away!
Baby, baby, baby, baby
That's when it's callin' me
I said that's when it's callin' me back home?

1 comment:

  1. This is great too. I wish I were older to have the chance to wittness this and more as it came over and not getting back. I would say I belong to the "Michael Jackson,s Generation" If the one from the fivetys is considered the "Lost generation" my own one could be considered like the "Blind generation" Let me explain myself: Ronald Reagan, Johanes Paulus II, Maggie Thatcher, G. Bush father...and nowadaysG.W. Bush son. In the sixties there was strenght and power to the people who complainned, against, for instance, the Vietnam,s war... and I wonder: where is the anger now? are not there reasons to complain on the streets? do we have to be ashamed about... something? There is one thing clear enough: The anger is not on the streets of occidental countries. sometimes, and we are lucky about it, the anger is held in some recording-studios. That is all, almost. Thanks a lot, again. All the best for you all :-)