"Thank You" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin from their second studio album Led Zeppelin II (1969). In November 2010, "Thank You" topped Gibson's list of "Top 10 Thanksgiving Songs". Rolling Stone ranked it number 29 on "The 40 Greatest Led Zeppelin Songs of All Time" in November 2012. In November 2017, "the song was ranked number 28 on Fuse's list of "35 Thank You Songs".
"Kind woman, I give you my all. Kind woman, nothing more." That's all a woman should ever want to hear.
"If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you. When mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me." The most poetic of all the statements I've ever heard. A lover informs his loved one that their love has no boundaries, no sense of time, and no end.
After the man confesses to the woman how much he loves her, the instrumental climax brings the two lovers together. They seem to cling to one another, dancing, even after the song appears to have ended. Despite the fact that I've listened to it a lot, the song never seems to end for me. It ends the same way it started, yet it never seems to stop. The concept of eternal love strikes me. When you stop hearing the tune, it is continued by the silence. The lovers' dance goes on and on.
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