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Led Zeppelin — Whole Lotta Love
Album: Led Zeppelin II
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Released: 1969
Length: 5:32
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You need coolin', baby, I'm not foolin'
I'm gonna send ya back to schoolin'
Way down inside, a-honey, you need it
I'm gonna give you my love
I'm gonna give you my love, oh

Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love

You've been learnin'
And baby, I been learnin'
All them good times
Baby, baby, I've been a-yearnin', ah
A-way, way down inside
A-honey, you need-a
I'm gonna give you my love, ah
I'm gonna give you my love, ah

Oh, whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
I don't want more

Ooh, just a little bit
Ah, ah, ah, ah
Ah, hah, hah
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
No, no, no, no, ah
Love, low-ow-ow-ow-ove
Oh, my, my, my

You've been coolin'
And baby, I've been droolin'
All the good times, baby, I've been misusin'
A-way, way down inside
I'm gonna give ya my love
I'm gonna give ya every inch of my love (Ah)
I'm gonna give you my love
Yeah, alright, let's go

Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love
Wanna whole lotta love

(Way down inside) Way down inside
(Way down inside, woman, you) Woman
(Woman, you) You need it
(Need) Love

My, my, my, my
My, my, my, my, oh
Shake for me, girl
I wanna be your backdoor man
Hey, oh, hey, oh
Hey, oh, ooh
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Hoo-ma, ma, hey
Keep a-coolin', baby
A-keep a-coolin', baby
A-keep a-coolin', baby
Ah, keep a-coolin', baby, ah, ah-hah, oh-oh
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1975, I'm 10-years old, my first & only family trip to Portland, OR. We head out to an overcast, cool day at the beach and a shirtless "hippie" attired in cutoff denim shorts and a bowler pulls onto the beach in his white van and BLASTS this song on his stereo! All alone on the beach (we're perched atop an overlooking cliff) he's just tripping balls, blissfully dancing his brains out, twisting and contorting his entire body to the exquisite rhythms of this masterpiece! Although my mom refused to satisfactorily answer my question, "What's the matter with this guy?!", I shall never forget this young (Surely, now an old man....?!) man's exuberance! 
Godspeed Hippie Dude! You are forever etched into my memory!
 kurtster wrote:

Its been nearly 10 years since its been played.

RP used to really rock at one time. 


10 years later and I'm only hearing this in my favorites (for the fist time at that) - certainly this can get some 'main mix' love?

Long Live RP!!
54 years old. (second album of TWO that year!) What was old when this shit was new? What kind of music blew the world apart 54 years before, in, um 1917? Louis Armstrong was still in short pants.
GREAT TUNE!!   I was 14yrs old when this came out.  At that time, I thought the wooo wooo L/R panning sounded great in headphones. I still love the tune now, but I can't stand the panning in headphones any more!
No I decrease to 4 - Acceptable  (I don't like it)
To me this is 7 - Quite Likeable
Awful like almost all of Led Zeppelin's ''music''!{#Frustrated}{#Stop} And I really need a vomit emoticon.
A1 ROCK FROM THE GODS BABY WOOOO-HOOOOOOOO!!!    ahh, joy  : )
MORE PLAYS FOR THIS SONG, PLEASE!!!!
 Oldfastbowler wrote:
10....... having bounced via PSD from Elbow. Result

 
11                                                     {#Drummer}
                                           {#Hearteyes}
10....... having bounced via PSD from Elbow. Result
This is probably the archetypal, maybe even stereotypical, song about male lust. It's certainly honest, straightforward and in yer face (or in another anatomical part). The wonder is that it lasts more than 3 minutes... ;-)
Early, baby steps for LZ.  I understand they went on to do well.  Wonderful!
Its been nearly 10 years since its been played.

RP used to really rock at one time. 
All I have to say is - John Bonham is the baddest mofo that ever lived. Even if the rest of the song wasn't godlike, which it is, John's drum playing would be one of the most impressive things to ever hear. The man could play,without equal hands down. I would give my left *** to hear him play live. RIP legend
That song should be played