"Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman)" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin from their album Led Zeppelin II, released in 1969. It was also released as the b-side of the single "Whole Lotta Love". The song is about a groupie who annoyed the band early in their career. It is often noted that this is guitarist Jimmy Page's least favorite Led Zeppelin song, and was thus never performed in concert, because Jimmy Page's then-girlfriend Charlotte Martin was offended by it and hence Page disliked playing it. Even though the song was never performed, there was a single show in Dusseldorf during which a short segment of the song was played right after the band's song "Heartbreaker" on March 12, 1970, as bootlegs from that date show attest. It was also one of the few Led Zeppelin songs on which he sang backing vocals. Conversely, singer Robert Plant took a liking to the song, and played it on.
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