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It is not coincidental listening to "Stairway" backwards that the name of "Satan" surfaces 6 times.
I'm not saying that Plant consciously understood that he was being influenced, but he was just the same.It sounded as if a lady who had money wanted to buy her way into heaven -- with that said, that's about all I understood of the song that seemed rather dark at the seams, with it's mystical, ambiguous language, all the while speaking about "heaven".Led Zepplin became popular when I still in high school and I was rather off put by their lyrics and their on stage persona...Yes, he was deeply moved, but I believe it was unsettling for him and he may or may not understand WHY, although I think he understands.(Of course, this is conjecture on my part - but I found Plant's reaction to hearing the song just a little odd - even though he did manage an eye tear for it, overwhelmed at the sheer magnitude of effort that was put in to the performing presentation.) From all I've gathered and read concerning this song and the way it came about, I don't believe Robert Plant is comfortable with it and would rather not have to remember the song that ironically made them famous.