How Many More Times

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«How Many More Times»
Canción de Led Zeppelin
Álbum Led Zeppelin
Grabación Octubre de 1968
Género Hard rock, Blues rock
Duración 8:28
Discográfica Atlantic Records
Escritor(es) Bonham/Jones/Page
Productor(es) Jimmy Page
Canciones de Led Zeppelin
«I Can't Quit You Baby»
(8)
«How Many More Times»
(9)

"How Many More Times" es una canción del grupo de rock británico Led Zeppelin, la novena y última pista de su álbum debut Led Zeppelin lanzado en 1969.

En ocho minutos y medio, "How Many More Times" es la canción más larga del álbum. Se compone de varias secciones más pequeñas unidas por un bolero que lleva el ritmo a lo largo de la pieza. Los elementos de la canción se recuerdan ligeramente a un instrumental previamente registrado llamado "Beck's Bolero", de Jeff Beck, en la cual Jimmy Page había desempeñado la guitarra y el bajo. Ésta fue una de las tres canciones de Led Zeppelin en la que Page toco la guitarra con un arco de violín, las demás canciones son "Dazed and Confused" y "In the Evening".

Letra[editar]

How many more times


How many more times, treat me the way you wanna do

How many more times, treat me the way you wanna do

When I give you all my love, please, please be true


I'll give you all I've got to give, rings, pearls, and all

I'll give you all I've got to give, rings, pearls, and all

I got to get you together, baby

I'm sure, sure you're gonna call

Oh, wanna love some other man too


I was a young man, I couldn't resist

Started thinkin' it over just what I had missed

Got me a girl and I kissed her, and then, and then

whoops, oh, no, yeah, well I did it again

Now I've got ten children of my own

I got another child on the way that makes eleven

But I'm in constant Heaven


I know it's alright in my mind

'cause I got a little schoolgirl and she's all mine

I can't get through to her 'cause it doesn't permit

But I'm gonna give her everything I've got to give


Oh, Rosie, oh, girl

Oh, Rosie, oh, girl

Steal away, now, steal away

Steal away, baby, steal away

Little Robert Anthony wants to come and play

A-why don'tcha come with me, baby, steal away

Alright, alright


Well, they call me the Hunter, that's my name

Call me the Hunter, that's how I got my fame

Ain't no need to hide, Ain't no need to run

'cause I've got you in the sights of my gun


How many more times, barrelhouse all night long, alright

How many more times, barrelhouse all night long

Well, I've got to get to you, baby

So please come home

Why don't you listen to me, babe

Why don't you please come home

Why don't you please come home

Why don't you please come, oh


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