"Boogie with Stu" as written by and John Paul Jones John Bonham....
Been in town, my baby
We just got to rock on
Yeah, darling, we just got to go home
I don't want no tutti-frutti, no lollipop
Come on, baby, just rock, rock, rock

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, honey
We've been shakin' all night
Oh, darlin', we just got to roll right
Ah, oh, my head rock on, rock on

Hey babe, hey babe, hey babe, hey babe
Hey babe, hey babe, hey babe, hey babe

I don't want no tutti-frutti, no lollipop
Come on baby, just rock, rock, rock

Woo hoo, woo hoo, woo hoo, woo hoo
Let's go

I don't want no tutti-frutti, no lollipop
Come on baby, just rock, rock, yeah

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"Boogie With Stu" as written by John Paul Jones John Bonham

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  • +2
    General CommentJimmy Page plays the mandolin for this.
    mnkyonastickon June 19, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song was just recorded as a jam session with Ian Stewart, who was the road manager and piano player for the Stones. And also, Robert Plant plays the guitar in this song, not Jimmy Page.
    mnkyonastickon June 19, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYou know Ritchie Valens died at 17 yrs old?
    Nathanyieldon February 02, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think he wants to boogie with stu
    jimmy_page_rockson October 14, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentGreat song. I love how simple and fun it was. A lot of Zeppelin tunes are so... serious and deep leaving many people to believe that they were so serious and stuff. Songs like this show that they liked to just have fun and play simple and light too. You can even hear them laughing at the end.
    EmporerEzekeilon March 18, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentanyone who says that Led Zeppelin's songs all sound the same or are about the same things need to listen to the album this song is on (Physical Graffiti). all of the 15 tracks are great and unique but still definitly Zeppelin. this song has that rockin' boogie sound, "In My Time Of Dying" is a classic slow blues song, and "Kashmir" has that totally original Moroccan / mediterrainian / desert / drifter sound to it. i think this album is what really helped set them apart from Black Sabbath and the Rolling Stones and other similar bands of the day; III and IV probably had more popular singles and hits, but this one brings out all their talents and musical tastes and brings them together in one ecclectic album.
    ramtharon August 06, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentboogie with stu is a old richie valens live number if u check album liner xtra musicans include ritchies mom on this track
    triter666on April 02, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIts such a nice song I cant believe there are only a few comments!
    ashokvsharmaon May 13, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentboogie with stu is a really good song. it reminds me of my grandfather who i lost recently, named stu. :)
    fudgesicleon July 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis was never a Ritchie Valens song. "Stu" is Ian Stewart of the Rolling Stones as mnkyonastick indicated. When Zep started recording in about '70 in the Rolling Stones' Mobile studio, Stu just started playing an out of tune piano and they all started jamming and came up with this. The Boogie-Woogie style of playing paino was Stu's forte. Obviously this was a leftover recording they would later release on 1975's "Physical Grafitti."
    Nolesy101on March 02, 2006   Link

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