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Whole lotta love - Led Zeppelin

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Whole lotta love - Led Zeppelin Song Structure Guitar: The guitar part consists mainly of a simple riff that is repeated throughout the song to keep the rhythm of the song going, the main riff is also played in unison with the bass guitar. In the instrumental interlude the guitar solo is played around a blues scale. Bass: The Bassist's role in the song is mainly to keep the rhythm of the song going while also playing the main riff in unison with the guitar to give the song a feeling of direction. Drums: The rhythm of the songs main riff is in 16th notes whereas the drums keeps in a 8th note rhythm with an accented note on the second and eighth beat of the bar. ...read more.

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Meaning behind "Whole lotta love" "It's something that I personally need, something I just have to have. We bottle it all up, and when we go onstage we can let it all pour out. The song is very good for us. I suppose in a way it's become a Zeppelin clich�, but it's also a vehicle to other things... to give people the chance of hearing things that we reckon are worth hearing." Quote from Robert Plant, Led Zeppelins singer. The lyrics state the fact this song is about someone that does not feel love or does not understand love fully and the singer is possibly trying to reach out to them and understand the meaning of love. ...read more.

Conclusion

Wanna whole lotta love? You've been learnin', baby, I bean learnin', All them good times, baby, baby, I've been yearnin', Way, way down inside honey, you need it, I'm gonna give you my love, I'm gonna give you my love. Wanna whole lotta love? Wanna whole lotta love? Wanna whole lotta love? Wanna whole lotta love? You've been coolin', baby, I've been droolin', All the good times I've been misusin', Way, way down inside, I'm gonna give you my love, I'm gonna give you every inch of my love, Gonna give you my love. Yeah! all right! let's go! Wanna whole lotta love? Wanna whole lotta love? Wanna whole lotta love? Wanna whole lotta love? Way down inside, woman, You need love. Shake for me, girl I wanna be your backdoor man. Hey, oh, hey, oh Oh, oh, oh Keep a-coolin', baby, Keep a-coolin', baby. ...read more.

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