"You Shook Me" as written by and J.b. Lenoir Willie Dixon....
You know you shook me
You shook me all night long.
You know you shook me, baby
You shook me all night long.
You shook me so hard baby
Baby, baby, please come home.

I have a bird that whistles
And I have birds that sing.
I have a bird that whistles
And I have birds that sing.
I have a baby, won't do nothing oh!
Oh, oh, buy a diamond ring.

You know you shook me, baby
You shook me all night long.
I know you really, really, did baby.
I said you shook me, baby.
You shook me all night long.
You shook me so hard, baby.
You shook me all night long

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"You Shook Me" as written by Willie Dixon J.b. Lenoir


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  • +4
    General CommentThis song is about the Hobbit. In it Smaug bemoans his deathly defeat at the hands of Bard the Bowman through the line "You shook me all night long".

    The bird is obviously one of the thrushes of the Lonely Mountain who could sing but could also "whistle", in a language understood by the Men of Dale. Thrush overheard Bilbo telling the dwarves about the bare patch in Smaug's "diamond-encrusted" underside. By "blowing the whistle", Thrush betrayed Smaug's weakness to the Bard hence enabling his victory. The descending slide guitar which accompanies the word "loooong" emphasises Smaugs fatal fall from the skies back the muddy waters from whence he came.

    "if you reverse the B's in bilbo, you get dildo"
    Thrognordleon January 11, 2011   Link
  • +2
    General Commentwow, jimmy page can make his guitar have an orgasm...incredible
    farrellon December 05, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song has got a good blues kinda rythem to it. I think that he is talking about his women and how she is wild
    diggmondon April 21, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentHa ha, Mr. Skeetstan, your jest is of most excellent wit. Either that or you're a total fuckhead who deserves to be fucked and burned at the first opportunity.
    albertiusmaximuson December 10, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Commentbluesyyyyy
    subterranean_summeron September 09, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthas to be about sex. two kinds of sex.
    one with your wife and the other with your mistress (bird that whistles and bird that sings). "come home" could mean reaching an orgasm
    Aulooon October 29, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song just plain rocks. it's got such a great bluesy sound to it.

    zeppelin is great at bringing you into their songs then grabbign you by the nuts and you're on the edge of your seat listening to it.
    HRslammRon April 18, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSo... it is a cover tune dude.
    le_pooploser_bqon June 29, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"I have a bird that whistles and I have birds that sing."

    This lyric is one of the best blues lyrics of all time. As far as I know, blues legend Robert Johnson wrote the line, but back then, musicians "borrowed" lyrics here and there. The Lemon Song stole from Robert Johnson some too. Anyhow Blues bassist/writer Willie Dixon wrote the song. Anyhow, it's about having two women, one that whistles - that's the one you got at home, and one that "sings" - that's the other woman, the one on the side!
    NVareaon May 15, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe lyrics in this song are great. I like the whole Led Zeppelin I album alot.
    DarkSideOfTheMoon5on November 13, 2004   Link

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