I suspect it's best to keep unknown quantities out of ones life, rather than suffer the consequences if they turnout not to be as benign as far too many think. Just the ramblings of an old timer waiting for judgement day.I read an interview from a guitar magazine circa 1996 (sorry, I forget the name of the particular magazine) in which Jimmy Page explained the tuning he used to write the demo version of "Stairway..." He realized that the guitar strings were out of order (E, A, D, G, B, e), so he bought a seven string and tuned it to alphabetical order (A, B, C, D, E, F, G). What if that the press wrote a headline that says 'The Day The Music Die' and that two young men knew about this tragedies and thought they wanted to write a song about this each other.then I think that they happened to get the same idea of the writing of the lyrics of the song. So, in some sense, this song means something different to everyone.But what still puzzled me was that there were some key words on the lyrics of the songs on that album released by Led Zeppelin in 1971. Our lives reflect what we continually think about, all the things we take in, such as food, TV, ideas, beliefs, habits, people.It's important to note that the lady is not "trying" to buy a stairway to heaven, rather, she does buy it.
Because the image of Janis was that she seemed to wear accessories a lot shining like gold on her at that time and she passed away. Hi Music lovers, There were two tragedies happened in 1970 before the song was released in 1971. The key words of these likes are 'A lady' or 'All the glitters' or 'Gold'. Or 'she's buying a stairway to heaven' MEANS she actually died at that time! If you are interested in the idea of the writing of the song 'American Pie', please look into it on this blog, Songfacts. I'd like to offer some overall perspective from the 50.000 foot level.
Led Zepplin became popular when I still in high school and I was rather off put by their lyrics and their on stage persona...
I liked rock n roll as much as the next kid did, but their lyrics seemed overtly sexual in nature.
They too were repelled by certain Zepplin's lyrics.
At the same time, I instinctively knew that these guys were hugely unique and talented.