This is a
well-known classic and a beautiful one at that. It’s a song that gets inside my
head, which makes me listen attentively to the lyrics and slowly builds up the
pressure, right up until the moment of one of the greatest guitar riffs ever
from Jimmy Page. It’s like a blur of feelings, it makes me want to scream
along, but all I can do is play air guitar. And then, right when it’s taken
you, Robert Plant comes in with the last verse and all I do is feel chills down
my spine. Every time.
wrote a report about the influence of materialism on subjective well-being. I
referenced this song in the introduction, because it fitted perfectly; it’s
about materialism and what it may do to you when your life lacks a spiritual
Yes, there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run
There’s still time to change the road you’re on.