The 40 Greatest Led Zeppelin Songs of All Time

The definitive guide to Zeppelin’s finest recorded moments

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'In My Time of Dying' (1975)
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30. 'In My Time of Dying' (1975)

Zeppelin's longest studio track transmogrified a gospel standard into a stadium hydra via Page's grinding slide, Jones' shape-shifting bass line and Bonham's massive hopscotch groove. Live, Plant dedicated it to Queen Elizabeth in a joking allusion to the band's tax-exile status.

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