But what still puzzled me was that there were some key words on the lyrics of the songs on that album released by Led Zeppelin in 1971. Our lives reflect what we continually think about, all the things we take in, such as food, TV, ideas, beliefs, habits, people.For example, the word 'Book of love' on the song 'Rock n Roll', or the last song of the album 'When levee Breaks'. This thread is full of people with different backgrounds and mindsets.That means it was impossible to write and record and release it in late 1971. Likewise, music reflects the consciousness of its Creator(s) at the time it was created, along with their past experience and their intention, as expressed in the lyrics or performance.then I think that they happened to get the same idea of the writing of the lyrics of the song. So, in some sense, this song means something different to everyone.Robert Plant had an uncanny voice with unearthly range and Jimmy Page played like no other. Page was so taken with Alleister Crowley he bought his home!
The first time I heard it, I was thought it pretty cool, but didn't understand it.It is not coincidental listening to "Stairway" backwards that the name of "Satan" surfaces 6 times.I don't believe it was either Robert Plant's or Page's intention to glorify Satan, but the dark side seems to always reveal itself in unexpected, shadowy ways.Because there were same words on the song 'American Pie', too. One thing you have in common, in greater or lesser degree, is a degree of interest.You are thinking and engaged in the composition and possible meanings.