"Whole Lotta Love" as written by George Henry Jackson, Peter Ibsen, Sacha Skarbek and Duffy Jones....
You need cooling
Baby I'm not fooling
I'm gonna send ya
Back to schooling

A-way down inside
A-honey you need it
I'm gonna give you my love
I'm gonna give you my love

Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love

You've been learning
Um baby I been learning
All them good times baby, baby
I've been year-yearning

A-way, way down inside
A-honey you need-ah
I'm gonna give you my love, ah
I'm gonna give you my love, ah oh

Whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love

You've been cooling
And baby I've been drooling
All the good times, baby
I've been misusing

A-way, way down inside
I'm gonna give ya my love
I'm gonna give ya every inch of my love
I'm gonna give ya my love

Hey!
Alright! Let's go!

Whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love
Want to whole lotta love

Way down inside
Woman, you need, yeah
Love

My, my, my, my
My, my, my, my
Lord
Shake for me girl

I wanna be your backdoor man
Hey, oh, hey, oh
Hey, oh, hey, oh
Ooh
Oh, oh, oh, oh

Cool, my, my baby
A-keep it cooling baby
A-keep it cooling baby
Ah-keep it cooling baby
Ah-keep it cooling baby
Ah-keep it cooling baby


Lyrics submitted by kevin, edited by LedZeppelin31

"Whole Lotta Love" as written by John Bonham Robert Anthony Plant

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    General Commentlalalayousangtome is wrong. the "backdoor man" statement comes from another Willie Dixon song (i hope you know Willie Dixon mainly wrote this song) that the Doors happened to do. This has nothing to do with the Doors directly. Anyway, a backdoor man is a man who takes advantage of a cuckhold's wife.
    woodcock92627on March 05, 2003   Link

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