Led Zeppelin Songs

Song titles are listed alphabetically below and are linked to the corresponding lyric. For each song you will find details of every official release. Other pages list Robert Plant's later recordings both solo and with Jimmy Page, songs performed with the Priory of Brion and other rare and unrecorded material (including songs which were originally released only on single B-sides or videos). Note that:

I have verified all lyrics against the original recordings. I am reasonably confident that I have transcribed accurately the main studio versions of most songs. I have not attempted to transcribe all live versions, but I have noted a few of the lyric variations in live recordings. The vocal is hard to decipher on a few tracks, so I always welcome any suggestions for improvement.

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Achilles' Last Stand (Page/Plant)
*+Released on Presence 1976
All My Love (Jones/Plant)
*+Released on In Through The Out Door 1979
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (Bredon, arr Page/Plant)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin 1969
Baby Come On Home (Berns/Page/Plant)
#Released on Whole Lotta Love CD single 1997
Black Country Woman (Page/Plant)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975 and as single
Black Dog (Page/Plant/Jones)
*+Released on the untitled album 1971 and as single
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same video 1976
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
Black Mountain Side (Page - instrumental)
#Released on Led Zeppelin 1969, with Viram Jasani on tabla
Bonzo's Montreux (Bonham - instrumental)
*#Recorded in 1976 and released on Coda 1982
Boogie With Stu (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant/Stewart/Valens)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975, with Ian Stewart on piano
Bring It On Home (Dixon, arr Page/Plant)
#Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Bron Yr Aur Stomp (Page/Plant/Jones)
*Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Originally spelt "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" on the record label
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Bron Yr Aur (Page - instrumental)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Candy Store Rock (Page/Plant)
*Released on Presence 1976 and as single
Carouselambra (Jones/Page/Plant)
#Released on In Through The Out Door 1979
Celebration Day (Page/Plant/Jones)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Communication Breakdown (Page/Jones/Bonham)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin 1969 and as single
One live and two studio versions released on BBC Sessions 1997
Custard Pie (Page/Plant)
*Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Dancing Days (Page/Plant)
*Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973 and as single
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Darlene (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
#Recorded in 1978 and released on Coda 1982
Dazed And Confused (Holmes/Page)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin 1969
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Live and studio versions released on BBC Sessions 1997
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Down By The Seaside (Page/Plant)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Performed by Robert Plant and Tori Amos on Encomium 1995
D'yer Mak'er (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
*+Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973 and as single
Fool In The Rain (Jones/Page/Plant)
*Released on In Through The Out Door 1979 and as single
For Your Life (Page/Plant)
*Released on Presence 1976
Four Sticks (Page/Plant)
#Released on the untitled album 1971 and as single
Friends (Page/Plant)
*Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Gallows Pole (Ledbetter, arr Page/Plant)
*Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Going To California (Page/Plant)
*Released on the untitled album 1971
Live version released by Robert Plant as single B-side 1993
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
Good Times Bad Times (Page/Jones/Bonham)
+#Released on Led Zeppelin 1969 and as single
Hats Off To (Roy) Harper (White, arr Page/Plant)
#Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Based on a Bukka White song entitled Shake 'em on Down
Heartbreaker (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same video 1976
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
Hey Hey What Can I Do (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
*Released as B-side of Immigrant Song 1970
Hot Dog (Page/Plant)
#Released on In Through The Out Door 1979 and as single
Hots On For Nowhere (Page/Plant)
#Released on Presence 1976
Houses Of The Holy (Page/Plant)
*+Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
How Many More Times (Page/Jones/Bonham)
#Released on Led Zeppelin 1969
Used as the framework for a medley in the early stage act
Live version released on BBC Sessions 1997
Live version released by Page and Plant as single B-side 1998
Based on How Many More Years, The Hunter and other songs
I Can't Quit You Baby (Dixon)
#Released on Led Zeppelin 1969
*Also recorded in 1970 and released on Coda 1982
Live and studio versions released on BBC Sessions 1997
I'm Gonna Crawl (Jones/Page/Plant)
*Released on In Through The Out Door 1979
Immigrant Song (Page/Plant)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970 and as single
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
In My Time Of Dying (Trad, arr Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
*Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
In The Evening (Jones/Page/Plant)
*+Released on In Through The Out Door 1979
In The Light (Jones/Page/Plant)
*Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Kashmir (Bonham/Page/Plant)
*+Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Living Loving Maid (Page/Plant)
#Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969 and as single
Misty Mountain Hop (Page/Plant/Jones)
*+Released on the untitled album 1971 and as single
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 2007
Moby Dick (Bonham/Jones/Page - instrumental)
*#Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Night Flight (Jones/Page/Plant)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Nobody's Fault But Mine (Page/Plant/Johnson)
*+Released on Presence 1976
No Quarter (Jones/Page/Plant)
*+Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Out On The Tiles (Page/Plant/Bonham)
#Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Over the Hills and Far Away (Page/Plant)
*Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973 and as single
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 2007
Ozone Baby (Page/Plant)
*Recorded in 1978 and released on Coda 1982
Poor Tom (Page/Plant)
*Recorded in 1970 and released on Coda 1982
Ramble On (Page/Plant)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Rock And Roll (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
*+Released on the untitled album 1971 and as single
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Royal Orleans (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
#Released on Presence 1976 and as single
Sick Again (Page/Plant)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Since I've Been Loving You (Page/Plant/Jones)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same video 1976
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
South Bound Suarez (Jones/Plant)
#Released on In Through The Out Door 1979
Originally mis-spelt "Saurez" on the record label
Stairway To Heaven (Page/Plant)
*+Released on the untitled album 1971
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
Tangerine (Page)
*Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Tea For One (Page/Plant)
#Released on Presence 1976
Ten Years Gone (Page/Plant)
*Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Thank You (Page/Plant)
*Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Live version released on BBC Sessions 1997
That's The Way (Page/Plant)
#Released on Led Zeppelin III 1970
Live versions released on BBC Sessions and How The West Was Won
The Battle Of Evermore (Page/Plant)
*+Released on the untitled album 1971
Additional vocals by Sandy Denny
The Crunge (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
#Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973 and as single
The Lemon Song (Burnett, arr Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
#Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Based on Killing Floor, which was performed in the early stage act
The Ocean (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
*Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 2007
The Rain Song (Page/Plant)
*+Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
The Rover (Page/Plant)
#Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
The Song Remains The Same (Page/Plant)
*+Released on Houses Of The Holy 1973
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
The Wanton Song (Page/Plant)
*Released on Physical Graffiti 1975
Trampled Under Foot (Jones/Page/Plant)
*+Released on Physical Graffiti 1975 and as single
Travelling Riverside Blues (Page/Plant/Johnson)
*Released on BBC Sessions and Whole Lotta Love CD single 1997
Walter's Walk (Page/Plant)
#Recorded in 1972 and released on Coda 1982
We're Gonna Groove (King/Bethea)
#Recorded in 1969 and released on Coda 1982
Regularly performed live with The Priory Of Brion
Wearing And Tearing (Page/Plant)
*Recorded in 1978 and released on Coda 1982
Page/Plant live version on Knebworth compilation album 1990
What Is And What Should Never Be (Page/Plant)
*Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Another 1969 recording released on BBC Sessions 1997
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
When The Levee Breaks (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
*Released on the untitled album 1971
Based on a blues song with the same title by Memphis Minnie
White Summer (Page - instrumental)
*Recorded in June 1969; released only as part of a boxed set
A regular feature of the stage act, coupled with Black Mountain Side
Whole Lotta Love (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham/Dixon)
*+Released on Led Zeppelin II 1969
Live version released on The Song Remains The Same 1976
Used as the framework for a medley in the later stage act
Edited versions released as singles in the US 1969 and UK 1997
The signature tune for a long time for BBC TV's Top of the Pops
Released by Robert Plant as single B-side 1993
Live and studio versions released on BBC Sessions 1997
Live version released on How The West Was Won 2003
You Shook Me (Dixon/Lenoir)
#Released on Led Zeppelin 1969
Live and studio versions released on BBC Sessions 1997
Your Time Is Gonna Come (Page/Jones)
*Released on Led Zeppelin 1969
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