"Led Clones" as written by and Gary/carter Moore....
The time has come to talk about tomorrow.
You should be a careful one tomorrow.
I heard them on the radio.
I saw them on the video.
I don't think I can take much more.

Led clones, led clones.

You've stolen from the houses of the holy.
You've rolled into the kingdom of the sain.
I heard you on the radio.
I saw those crummy videos.
I don't think I can take no more.

Led clones, Led clones.

Got to get it on,
from the still of the night.
But you're gettin' it wrong,
you know it ain't right.

Ooh, yeah.
Ooh, yeah.

I saw them on the radio.
I heard them on the videos.
I don't think I can take much more.

Led clones.
Led clones.
Led clones, whoa.
Led clones.

Led clones.


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"Led Clones" as written by Neil Carter Gary Moore

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    General CommentFeaturing Ozzy Osbourne on vocals. This song is about bands that imitate & clone the legendary Led Zeppelin. "...You've stolen from the houses of the holy!!!"
    han2on February 16, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI agree, the song is about the Led Zeppelin clones and especially Kingdom Come. "You've stolen from the houses of the holy. You've rolled into the kingdom of the saint." that's what it is.
    DressedIncognitoon August 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPlayed in typically Led Zep style this song is about Led Zep clones (indeed, the infamous Kingdom Come).

    A bit ironic that in 1 track on that same album by Gary Moore I can hear a heavily Van Halen influenced song.
    Traveller69on December 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPlayed in typically Led Zep style this song is about Led Zep clones (indeed, the infamous Kingdom Come).

    A bit ironic that in 1 track on that same album by Gary Moore I can hear a heavily Van Halen influenced song.
    Traveller69on December 20, 2007   Link

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