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Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman) is a song written by Led Zeppelin for their second album, Led Zeppelin II, and appears as the sixth track on it.

Background[]

The song immediately follows Heartbreaker, which has resulted in radio stations often playing them back to back. It is Jimmy Page's least favourite Led Zeppelin song, so it's never been played live.

Lyrics[]

With a purple umbrella and a fifty cent hat
Living, loving, she's just a woman
Missus cool rides out in her aged Cadillac
Living, loving, she's just a woman

Come on, babe on the round about
Ride on the merry-go-round
We all know what your name is
So you better lay your money down

Alimony, alimony paying your bills
Living, loving, she's just a woman
When your conscience hits, you knock it back with pills
Living, loving, she's just a woman

Come on, babe on the round about
Ride on the merry-go-round
We all know what your name is
So you better lay your money down

Telling tall tales of how it used to be
Living, loving, she's just a woman
With the butler and the maid and the servants three
Living, loving, she's just a woman (ah, I'm kidding man)

Nobody hears a single word you say
Living, loving, she's just a woman
But you keep on talking till your dying day
Living, loving, she's just a woman

Come on, babe on the round about
Ride on the merry-go-round
We all know what your name is
So you better lay your money down

Living, loving, she's just a woman
Living, loving, she's just a woman
Living, loving, she's just a woman

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