Good Times Bad Times
Led Zeppelin Lyrics


In the days of my youth
I was told what it means to be a man
Now I've reached that age
I've tried to do all those things the best I can
No matter how I try
I find my way to the same old jam

Good times, bad times
You know I've had my share
When my woman left home
For a brown-eyed man
Well, I still don't seem to care

Sixteen I fell in love
With a girl as sweet as could be
It only took a couple of days
'Til she was rid of me
She swore that she would be all mine
And love me 'til the end
But when I whispered in her ear
I lost another friend

Good times, bad times
You know I've had my share
When my woman left home
For a brown eyed man
Well, I still don't seem to care

Good times, bad times
You know I've had my share
When my woman left home
For a brown eyed man
But, I still don't seem to care

I know what it means to be alone
I sure do wish I was at home
I don't care what the neighbors say
I'm gonna love you each and every day
You can feel the beat within my heart
Realize, sweet babe, we ain't ever gonna part

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Written by: John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page

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The Golden God

Good Times Bad Times
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In the days of my youth
I was told what it means to be a man
Now I've reached that age
I've tried to do all those things the best I can
No matter how I try
I find my way to the same old jam

Good times, bad times, you know I've had my share
Well, my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
but I still don't seem to care

Sixteen, I fell in love with a girl as sweet as could be
It only took a couple of days 'till she was rid of me
She swore that she would be all mine and love me 'till the end
but when I whispered in her ear, I lost another friend, oh

Good times, bad times, you know I've had my share
Well, my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
but I still don't seem to care

Good times, bad times, you know I've had my share
Well, my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
but I still don't seem to care

I know what it means to be alone
I sure do wish I was at home
I don't care what the neighbors say
I'm gonna love you each and every day

You can feel the beat within my heart
Realize, sweet babe, we ain't never gonna part
I feel good when I look at you, mama

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George

Imagine it's January 1969, a friend says, "Hey, check out this new album." And you put that turntable needle to this first song. Wow.

Devos Rock

My idiot parents made me listen to This Record right now.

Frank Spencer

@George Then imagine a year later, Black Sabbath came out.

avner 06

@John Mccaughey I wouldn't know, I'm a teenager. It was my dad's record, and I decided to put it on one day and I fell in love with the music.

John Mccaughey

@avner 06 you must of been blown away. It sounds original today, I can only imagine how amazing it must of sounded in 69

Mason

@Revo Abednego Fathoni Led Zeppelin 1 was released in 1969, I’m not he craziest zeppelin fan but I believe this is in Zep 1.

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Patrick Ryce

Didn't expect to see this, but may as well listen to all 8 zep albums while I'm at it.

THEATREofPAIN270

Greatest Band EVER

Snowblind

Paddy Ryce the non deluxe edition of Coda already has hidden gems

Sal Zulli

@osama son1c Arguably there's 10, as they all preformed on PJ Proby's Three Week Hero when they were still going by The New Yardbirds.

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