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Led Zeppelin

Out On The Tiles

Classic Rock
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“Out on the Tiles” is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin, from the 1970 album Led Zeppelin III. The title of the song is derived from the British phrase for going out for a night on the town. Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham would talk about going “out on the tiles,“ meaning to go to bars, and often sang a ditty based around the phrase. It goes “I’ve had a pint of bitter and now I’m feeling better and I’m out on the tiles. We’re going down the rubbers and we’re going to pull some scrubbers because we’re out on the tiles.“ Guitarist Jimmy Page turned the tune into a riff and Bonham’s lyrics were replaced with something a little more tame for general audiences. Bonham and Page are credited with writing the song, along with vocalist Robert Plant. The song... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ All I need from you is all your love ... All you got to give to me is all your love

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