Good Times, Bad Times
By: Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones
Original Performance: Led Zeppelin
Written by: Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones

Live Versions:
  1. Good Times, Bad Times
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Lyrics:
Good Times, Bad Times [Live version (a)]:

In the days of my youth, I was told what it means to be a man
Now I've reached that age, I try to do those things the best I can
No matter how I try, I find my way into the same old jam
Good times bad times, you know I've had my share
When my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
But I still don't seem to care

Sixteen, I fell in love with a girl as sweet as could be
It only took a couple of days before she was rid of me
She swore she would be all mine, love me til the end
When I looked into her eyes, I lost another friend
Good times bad times, you know I've had my share
When my woman left home for a brown-eyed man
But I still don't seem to care

Good times bad times, you know I've had my share
When my woman left home with a brown-eyed man
But I still don't seem to care

I know what it's like to be alone
I sure do wish I was at home
I don't care what the people say
I'm gonna love you each and every day
You can feel the beat within my heart
And I say baby, we ain't never gonna part
 
The Song:

This is the first song on the first Led Zeppelin album, Led Zeppelin.

Beck was playing a benefit concert in LA in early 2005. Also on the bill were Tenacious D. The concert ended with a big classic rock medley jam, which included this song, and "Time," and "So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star."

The medley sung by Jack Black and Eddie Vedder, while Jack, Eddie, Beck, and Kyle Gass played electric guitar. Dave Grohl was on drums, and Josh Homme played bass. Will Ferrell also played cowbell.
 
Live:

Played live once:
January 17, 2005