Led Zeppelin: Immigrant Song. 1970

Led Zeppelin -- Immigrant song [LYRICS]

1970 | Robert Plant -- lead vocals, backing vocals | Jimmy Page -- electric guitar | John Paul Jones -- bass guitar | John Bonham -- drums

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sanjib
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Rocking!!!

JPJfan
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John Paul Jones of Zeppelin, so humble and non-showoff unlike his circus bandmates.

Moxie
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These guys invented hard rock.

rocker
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the VIKINGS are attacking!!

someone
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best defines classic rock in so many ways!

Gordon W
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Mr Jimmy Page, take a bow for creating the most killer riffs ever.

Nilesh
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Rocking! !mL

Janice
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Very very rocking, and epic.

vikram
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I tried singing this song yesterday, and it was so bad that I’m happy that nobody heard as it was embarrassingly bad. Rock on LZ.

Harish v
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Riff Masters! Nuff Said!

Akshaya Verma
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ok this has been bothering me a few days. why does the immigrant song, by led zepplin of course, say

we come FROM the land of the ice and snow
FROM the midnight sun..

shouldnt from say TO, since its about lief erikson and the vikings sailing from europe to northern canada, and thts where the “midnight sun” actually is, not europe

Meera Murthy
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After the Yardbirds broke up, Jimmy Page had to form a new band called the New Yardbirds. Many people wanted to join this new band. Even Keith Moon from The Who considered leaving his old band to join the New Yardbirds. How do you think Led Zeppelin would be like if Keith Moon was the drummer instead of John Bonham?

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