What is a 'Back Door Man?'

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Posted on June 02, 2003 10:09 PM in Blathery
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The first time I heard Jim Morrison sing "I'm a back door man / The men don't know / But the little girl understand," I thought I knew what a "back door man" was. Then I heard Robert Plant sing "Shake for me, girl / I wanna be your backdoor man" in the song "Whole Lotta Love," and I really thought I knew what it was. However, if there's anything I've learned with age, it is to not always trust in the obvious.

I decided to do a little research to find out exactly what meaning the term "back door man" has, if any. I wanted to find out if it was a popular term in the 60s or 70s, possibly meaning "secret lover" or something along those lines. Then I stumbled upon a great site called Googlism that, according to its description, "will find out what Google.com thinks of you, your friends or anything." The site had plenty of answers for the question "what is 'back door man?'" but I am not sure if they totally quenched my thirst for the truth. Afterall, with so many possibilities, how can they all be true?

Apparently, based on my research, Jim Morrison and Bill Clinton are back door men, but maybe Jim only wanted to be the back door man that Willie Dixon claimed to be. We've established that Robert Plant desired to be one, so it would make sense for Jim to as well, if he wasn't truly a back door man. Blues singer Lillian Glinn was a "front door woman," but according to her she was in contact with a back door man at one time.

A back door man is apparently antonymous to a "downtrodden laborer." Some people feel that being a back door man will help you sneak into concerts. I however, after quite a bit of research, believe that "back door man" is simply a blues term to describe an unknown lover that leaves out the back door before a woman's "front door" man gets home. Hopefully you, based on the information provided here, have come to a conclusion of your own as well.

Comments

Gabriel Mihalache on October 05, 2004 at 4:05 AM:

Great entry! I've been looking for the meaning of this term for days now, until I found your site. I think you're right... Nowadays it has more of a gay conotation but I'm convinced with the "leaving by the back door when the man of the house comes" explaination.

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Vendostrooseema on October 11, 2004 at 3:03 PM:

Indeed.

I think the backdoor man is the guy doing the married woman. "Open up my front door, hear my back door slam..." [from 'since i've been loving you.]

And, Howling Wolf sang something about coming home, knock on your front door, run around to the back, you'll catch him, just before he goes, ... THAT'S EVIL." [from "Evil is Goin' On.]

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AL THE BLUESMAN on October 24, 2004 at 10:57 AM:

BACKDOOR MAN IS THE MAN THAT RUNS OUT OF THE BACKDOOR WHEN YOU COME HOME TO SEE YOUR WOMAN.

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Anonymous on May 27, 2005 at 12:36 AM:

Wise up, people! Clue yourselves in! Both Jim Morrison and Robert Plant were talking about heterosexual anal sex. Don't just read the lyrics in their songs, read the books written by their friends and the people around them in their heyday. Both these men led wild, adventurous lives of experimentation with drugs and sex. Jim Morrison took Dixon's song and sang it with a different meaning. Morrison also left out lyrics of the original song. When Morrison and Plant were around, anal sex was even more taboo than it is today, and society was even more likely to blow its top (no pun intended) when someone mentioned anal sex. These days, while still taboo, anal sex porn is everywhere in adult bookstores and on the Internet. To think that heterosexuals aren't experimenting with and frequently practicing anal sex is naive.

Another song with an even more blatant reference to anal sex is Clarence Carter's "Strokin'".

Anon.

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Mikail on October 12, 2005 at 11:50 AM:

I've always taken the term to be a double entendre, and I think that's the way Plant and Morrison meant it (as well as countless original bluesmen before them). To me the phrase has two different meanings of what ilicit love can be, both by having an affair and running out the backdoor, and by performing an act that has a "dirty" connotation to it by entering the backdoor.

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Marcie on November 29, 2005 at 1:10 AM:

Anonymous was getting close, but I think even (s)he needs to wise up a bit.

After all, if you consider that chicken means young man in Polari (aka gay slang), then the song's lyric "I eat more chicken than any man ever seen..." gives an extra clue into what kind of backdoors Jim was singing about...

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Luam Gabriel on January 07, 2006 at 9:42 AM:

jim had a lot of girls and he just want for fun, sex and drugs

morrinson could take a lot of women and then just give them away
thats is the real backdoor man

jim have a bigger heart but he can't love this whole world

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Lizard King on January 18, 2006 at 6:34 PM:

A "backdoor man" is leaving out the backdoor, while the husband is entering the front.
"You men eat your dinner. Eat your pork and beans. I eat more chicken any man ever seen", shows that the wife is feeding him better than her own husband.

There is nothing gay about this.

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Holmes on March 21, 2006 at 10:39 AM:

I used to think it had to do with anal sex, but then I heard the song "Black Hearted Woman" by The Allman Brothers Band. It has the lines "One of these days, I'm gonna catch you with your back door man." and "Well I'm tired of all your slippery ways, I can't take your evil lyin'.", which makes me think that it's mainly about being the secret lover. There could be something to the double-meaning idea. The lines in "Black Hearted Woman" go "Well I'm going out to find a new way babe, oh, to get back into your
game. Yeah, yeah. One of these days, I'm gonna catch you with your back door man." Hmm...

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Holmes on March 21, 2006 at 10:53 AM:

The subject of unfaithful women seemed to be a good source of inspiration for those bands, and probably for blues bands before them, but I haven't heard much of that. Look at how many Allman Brothers and Led Zeppelin songs are about being the back door man, or about being cheated on. "Hey Hey What Can I Do" by Led Zeppelin seems to be about a woman who won't be faithful to him. While "Black Hearted Woman" by The Allman Brothers band seems to be about being cheated on, "One Way Out" seems to talk about the troubles of being a back door man when the women lives on the second floor.

"Lord you got me trapped woman, up on the second floor;
If I get by this time I won’t be trapped no more.
So raise our window baby, I can ease out soft and slow.
And lord, your neighbors, no they won’t be
Talking that stuff that they don’t know.

Lord, I’m foolish to be here in the first place,
I know some man gonna walk in and take my place.
Ain’t no way in the world, I’m going out that front door
Cause there’s a man down there, might be your man I don’t know."

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phil on March 24, 2006 at 4:53 AM:

I always thought it ment something a bit more filthy i.e. anal , but maybe thats just my twisted mind! :)

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nick phalic on June 13, 2006 at 6:17 PM:

obviously the term Morrison is refering to is the "back door men society" of the late 1940's, the American offshoot of the Illuminati firmly entrentched and established in most of Western Europe and exceedingly so in England. The "Men" were largely known for their affiliation with the "Skull and Bones" society's (the Yale institution) opium dealings in China and essentially functioned as head hunters, occupied with searching for personel for the missions in china and with contracting transport ship crews. The society's funding from the Skull and Bones was severed when the head of The Back Door men was found dead in his appartment, tied to a chair, shot in the head, and was penitrated by a large dildo forced upon him.

Also, a more arcane theory suggests that it might be due to Morrison's tendancy to drink quarts of jack daniels at regular intervels during the day, or whenever the fcuk he wanted. For instance, the iconic image of Morrison shirtless, arms outsretched, that graces so many posters and t-shirts, was shot when he downed almost half a bottle of jack. Also he has been arrested for public obscenity so many times, usually when he was drunk off his fucking ass. In the song, "morrison's lament" recorded at the scene clb with jimi hendrix on lead guitar, morrison sings and i quote "woooommaaaannnnn, i wanna... fuck you in your ass...in your sweet ass." thats what back door man prob means boys and girls

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Joey's Blues... on June 18, 2006 at 1:49 AM:

Some of these comments are way off the mark. This term is born from old Bluesmen. The vernacular used in the blues is a language unto itself. Intellectualizing the meaning, or theorizing the terms by todays standards, is people trying to be smarter than they are. It is intellectual masturbation. There are definite cultural and societal roots behind such terms.

It is simply about a man who is having illicit affairs with married women, or illicit affairs in general. That is, affairs which cannot bear open scrutiny.

In the Blues, where this was coined, there are many such terms which are not obvious by today's standards. Another example is the line; "you got me on the 'killing floor." Who knows where that came from, or what it means. The term may connote a meaning which may seem to be obvious. But, the origin comes from laborers who worked in slaughter houses. 'Killing floor' is the place where animals were slaughtered. It was used to describe how a man felt when his woman whipped him into emotional submission, or stress. The old Bluesmen used it in the song, 'Killing Floor.' Another term, 'going out flush' does not mean one has a fever. It is referring to a man who when he dies, has made some money.

Anyway, the point is, one cannot interpret axioms and idioms by modern thinking. One has to understand the roots.

The Wikipedia, encyclopedia says:

"The phrase "Back door man" refers to a man having an affair with a married woman, and presumably comes and goes through the back door of her house."

Back Door Man' is about illicit affairs used as an axiom by old bluesmen.

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Caio Ferreira on July 07, 2006 at 5:27 AM:

I thought so. Thanks for the great answear for my quest

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Brad on August 16, 2006 at 3:50 AM:

It is about the woman having an affair.

Need more proof: Listen to Backdoor Love Affair by ZZ Top. These guys studied old blues music as much (if not more) as Zep or The Doors.

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suzie q on September 15, 2006 at 6:51 PM:

perhaps it's all of the above? *grin* to each his own...

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Bug Wally on February 02, 2007 at 8:53 PM:

Right, take what any songwriter means as some kind of verification. hello.

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Back Door Mange-tout on March 09, 2007 at 8:53 PM:

nick phalic (above) misquotes the words of "Morrison's Lament', from the tastefully titled Hendrix bootleg "Woke up this morning and found myself dead!", on which Jim Morrison guest vocals at an early gig at the Whiskey-a-GoGo. An obviously drunken Morrison clearly and repeatedly instructs (screams at) the male members of the audience to "Fuck your woman up the ass", probably illustrating one of Morrison's key sexual interests/hobbies at the time, and suggesting a reason for wanting to cover the song on the first Doors' album. Also the crap about the Illuminati is just that. Blues music as an Illuminati conspiracy ploy to take over the world. puleese.
The idea that 'Back Door Man' is simply about a 'secret lover' slipping out of the back door is just naive. The line "The men don't know, but the little girls understand" in Willie Dixon's original, and the Doors' cover suggests that most men (certainly in pre-internet porn days) wouldn't understand or believe that women might want to indulge in and enjoy anal sex.
The reference to chicken being 'polari' for a 'young man' does put a new light/bent on it.
As for Robert Plant/Zeppelin's use of the phrase in 'Whole Lotta Love', anal-sex allusions were hardly taboo for Led Zeppelin. One of their albums is called 'In Through the Out Door'! (Think about it) I'm sure some people out there will probably think this is just about rock-stars rudely ingressing into supermarkets through the fire exit.
Wake up. This is the 'Blues' and 'Rock'n'Roll' were talking about here. It's not 'The Sound of Music' for God's sake.

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Strike on October 08, 2007 at 4:49 AM:

listen to the sentence "The men don't know but the little girls understand" : the Husband doesn't know his wife is fucking another man. But his little girl understand what happens... no relation to anal sex.

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Backdoor man on January 24, 2008 at 7:48 PM:

you bastards i gapped out and skipped the box the first time now i gotta waste munchie time on this bullshit again but man straight up he wants some girl to shake their ass because he wants to stick it in it...if ya know what im sayin hence "backdoor" that leads to the dirt road I mean its about love if sure he was all about taken a fews backdoors in some very sexy ladies...all im sayin is thats definately what he means....

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honkoman on January 28, 2008 at 1:03 AM:

AC/DC's 'dirty deeds done dirt cheap' also mentions a backdoor man 'for a fee, I'm happy to be, your backdoor man'. This entire song is a double entendre. On the surface, it appears to be about an assassin, but, underneath its talking about gay sex.

The first lines talk about the 'you want to graduate, but not in his bed', clearly a reference to losing virginity, because "you got problems in your life of love", and notice, " *He's* double dealing with your best friend", but, "fella", leave her alone...

clearly, AC/DC (hehe even their name means bisexual) thinks a backdoor man is someone who likes gay anal sex.

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TheOKAY on February 03, 2008 at 7:04 PM:

Okay first of all, stop calling anal sex by the name gay sex. They are different things which overlap.
Secondly, i think that it is clear that the song is about cheating wives. It fits with the blues genre. So many blues songs are about cheating women. And come on! if you thought in through the out door was about anal sex, thats just ridiculous! The maximum amount of innuendo a zep song ever had was Lemon Song with "squeez my lemon and the juice runs down my leg" Along with various others.

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HuntereR on May 14, 2008 at 5:22 AM:

Backdoor man, is obvious that it is him (Jim) who sodomises. He had a girl who let him do it to her, and he would often brag about this. It's in his biography by Steve Davis (I think that's his name). So, there's a good bet that the song came from this fact. But there is no disputing what backdoor man means, it cannot mean anything else.
backdoor man, lol,
Respect Jim, your words will never get old.

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David on May 22, 2008 at 10:54 AM:

yes Nick Phallic, OBVIOUSLY

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Ace on June 15, 2008 at 11:12 AM:

unless the writer tells you the meaning, you will continue to speculate. Enjoy guessing.

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Scott Scott on August 08, 2008 at 11:49 PM:

The original song written by Dixon for Howling Wolf, the song is a story of man who sneaks around to women... midnight creep.

He also claims to have had the nurse, the judges wife, and the cops wife, by the various lyrics.

"Nurse cried, please save the soul."

"Judges wife cried, let the man go free"

The last verse where the cops wife begs the cop not to take him down, and says she would rather be dead and buried if he is busted and promises that she will make him (the cop) pork and beans for dinner.

So, when you really think about this song, its showing that even though they are a backdoor man, they still got caught. And the women who were the lovers always stood up for them against their husbands wishes to kill and murder him.

Then the backdoor man is bragging that he "eats mo chicken any mans seen".

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Vee on September 20, 2008 at 3:13 PM:

The beauty of classic blues was it's down to earth truth and simplicity. It was about everyday real life for African Americans. Real blues singers were not about being intellectual or deep, though they did take pride in clever and colorful innuendo. Take it from someone here in the deep south: backdoor men are men who "Tip" around with married women ( AKA "Jody" (Johnnie Taylor) audaciously in the woman's home. Way before the Holiday Inn and a car in every driveway, alduterers and fornicators had to rendezvous at the "Green Leaf hotel" (the woods) or the woman's home when her man was at work. The back door was the entrance for Jody so the neighbors wouldn't see and an escape for him should her man come home unexpectedly

I happend to find this site searching for a possible new definition. I was on a dating site and a male of interest, who lives in San francisco described himself as a "Backdoor Man" in search of friends. Hummmm... something tells me I should pass on that one. The times thay are a changin'

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LIZARD KING on November 06, 2008 at 12:14 AM:

they make reference to the anal sex, some of us have been a back door man. its an amazing experience, the girls can touch the heaven.

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Tom Russell on November 12, 2008 at 6:31 AM:

"When I make a word do a lot of work like that, I always pay it extra."
Lewis Carroll

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Bagga on November 25, 2008 at 1:33 AM:

In "Since I've Been Loving You - Led Zeppelin" you can also hear Robert Plant singing

"I open my front door, hear my back door slam,
You must have one of them new fangled back door man. "...

It seems to refer to a guy leaving @ the back door which would mean a secret lover no?

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John on April 16, 2009 at 6:42 AM:

Amazing - i found this post while randomly searching, excellent post and blog.

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Bernie Zimmermann on April 16, 2009 at 5:20 PM:

Thanks, John.

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Marcus Millegård on May 04, 2009 at 10:33 AM:
CMK on July 30, 2009 at 4:06 PM:

seriously, how can you be so slow, it means good ol' hetro ANAL sex. come on dude...wake up. They may have been talking about married women, but they were talking about screwing them in their buttocks. come on, wake up and smell the coffee.

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Back Door Pete on September 05, 2009 at 11:26 PM:

Fucking cool

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Francois Lefoet on September 20, 2009 at 11:48 PM:

As a long-time student of the French storytelling tradition, La Graste et-Fralput, I believe that the answer lies here. Baque do'eur (pronounced 'backdoooor') is a term signifying a forbidden, secret sexual relationship between a person of royal bloodline and a simple peasant. In the modern vernacular it has probably been diluted and morphed into meaning an elicit relationship involving a drifter or transitory person.

I should also point out that there is strong anecdotal evidence (Masters and Johnson, 1959) to support a theory that "backdoor man" refers to a sexual fetish involving penetration of and deriving sexual pleasure from the seams of a rear-opening clinical gown. In psychiatric/sanitarium settings it has been well documented...men rubbing their genitalia through the rear openings of hospital gowns worn by fellow patients, making contact only with the gown fabric.

I hope this helps.

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Howlin' on October 14, 2009 at 11:04 PM:

There is also a Howlin' Wolf song titled Back Door Man, and AC/DC mentions it in. But seriously why can't a word have multiple meanings =) the affair one makes perfect sense and so does, in a lesser degree, the pooper talk. Sometimes people are looking for too much meaning behind lyrics =/

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Howlin' on October 14, 2009 at 11:05 PM:

I meant to say, there is an AC/DC song where back door man is mentioned aswell.

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Dave Whalen on October 26, 2009 at 9:38 PM:

We the fans of the the special genius fuck yah I'm in yer girl poopr. This way up. We left out the krafty assed Deep Purple. That gives history to teach beginers like me. Is to sneek then own even if she sleeping. I'm going to give her the glue. Yes sir bob? She got the beat jreks and I don't recall at all. Meeting micro-chilrIn. God bless you. Ps were undies when you sleep under a mini-skirt. Are prepare. Goodnight

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NikkiW on November 19, 2009 at 4:41 AM:

Thanks for straightening this out! Been thinking about this for a while now. And now that know what it means, the lyrics makes more sense. Cause "open up my front door, hear my back door slam". That really would make your life a "drag" :)
Nikki

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Robert N. on January 17, 2010 at 10:18 PM:

In "Since I've Been Loving You - Led Zeppelin" you can also hear Robert Plant singing

"I open my front door, hear my back door slam,
You must have one of them new fangled back door man. "...

It seems to refer to a guy leaving @ the back door which would mean a secret lover no? ------------------------
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dude, you need to listen to "Whole Lotta Love" by Zeppelin also and wisen up...verbatim quote from near the end of Whole Lotta Love, "Shame for me girl, I wanna be your backdoor man." I think that explains exactly what Plant was singing about.

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Canis Fortunatus on January 28, 2010 at 1:58 PM:

It's amazing how such a relatively trivial thing can spark such furious discussion. Who'dve thought? All those traditional blues songs about anal sex? Really, get over yourselves.

Omar and the Howlers:
"No need to worry, when your man gets home.
"Like a flash, I'm up and gone.
"'s he slams the front door, run out the back.
"In a hurry, I'll make it fast.
"Open up and let me in.
"I'm your midnight rambling man.
"I'm your rambling man.

It's a recurring theme. My take on this is that Morrison probably knew the true meaning, being extra-marital affairs. Then he used that as a double-double-entendre. I reckon he probably did mean sodomy, for shock value, aimed at an audience who understood blues slang. As language evolves it's only natural to find double-entendre in previous definitions. The word "gay" is a prime example, but the joke would be absent without both prior and latter meaning.

It seems bizarre to me, though, that the ones perpetrating the anal theory justify their opinion by demeaning the opinions of others, all this stuff about "wisen up" and "wake up", etc. Open forum is about discussion perchance arrival at a truth, not jumping to immediately obvious conclusions whilst slamming others. Justify your statements with something more concrete than "smell the coffee". If you can.

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Denver Dating on February 26, 2010 at 8:58 PM:

This is something people do when they are teenagers, lol. She's obviously using some hook and bait tactic to get this guy and he's loving the chase and game. She may just wind up getting him, but he should know she's a game player and may have done this trick before. It's like the fake lesbos who say they aren't into guys just to find one who will work that much harder to change her. Play on playas!

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Peter, pumpkin eater on April 10, 2010 at 2:17 AM:

So a Blues singer in the UK should be singing about the "Tradesman's entrance"? Yup, it's round the back .. reputedly used as a means of payment if house keeping cash was short or spent elsewhere.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tradesman%27s_entrance
There's a reason home enema kits have been sold mail order to women since the late 1800's.

You have to remember that there was no pill, IUD etc. "Something for the weekend sir" aka a condom cost money and anal sex has long been and still is used as a means of reducing risk of pregnancy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_condoms
World War II to 1980
"African-American soldiers served in segregated units. They were exposed to less of the condom promotion programs, had lower rates of condom usage, and much higher rates of STDs"

Not work safe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anal_sex

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JulianSC on November 20, 2010 at 4:19 PM:

Guys, you can't use modern definitions to reinterpret old stuff. Was the Flintstone's themesong homosexual because it talks about a "gay old time"? There are all sorts of words we use now like "stacked", "pearl necklace", "creampie", "teabag", "queen", "shocker", etc. that have sexual meaning now that wouldn't have had 25 years ago.

I have no doubt that Led Zepplin had anal sex with girls and probably guys too, but I have high confidence that the songs are about cheating women and the guys they're "creeping" with "on the down low". I threw in "on the down low" because that is another one that used to just mean a secret (e.g. I'm going to tell you something but I need you to keep it on the down low) and now has a sexual meaning.

The funny thing is that when you're older you'll realize that new meanings for words keep turning up, and the words you think you knew will get subverted. When your teenagers start giggling when you're talking you know that you've lost touch ...

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Curry Bee on December 10, 2010 at 12:04 PM:

In Belgium it has a connotation of anal sex with a woman. Good friends enter through the back door (de achterdeur). There's even a very funny sketch (if you understand Flemish Dutch) made by the In de Gloria Team.

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Wolf Sullivan on January 17, 2011 at 4:37 AM:

I have heard the song "Backdoor Man" for many decades. As a writer and songwriter, I always understood its meaning. It's meant to be a little mysterious for censors and those who are not "hip", but there is no question that it refers to anal sex.


Why all these entries on something so obviouus?
Why did I have to re-write this because I did not check the "spam hate" box? There was no message that we have to check the box. This site sucks!

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josh on January 21, 2011 at 12:42 PM:

I'm a Back Door Man...!?... You'll never be like me.

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jimimorrison on February 01, 2011 at 7:58 AM:

Blues songs were being re-interpreted during the 60's by a new generation of musicians, Beatles/Stones et al. Morrison was a little more intelligent/disturbed then most and very in to visiting the dark sides of life reflected by ART. Back Door Man was developing a new darker meaning at that time (anal sex) which Morrison will have jumped on (i think Plant will have been a little more naive and plagueristic)
Morrison included Freudian concepts about murdering fathers and FCKIN MOTHERS (WAKE UP!) in his songs. Even the term 'chicken' eludes to what resides between an under aged females legs. Back door man eludes to evading vigilant mothers just much as husbands. Not a completely new concept, think about Chuck Berry and 'Memphis Tennessee' and other songs. This is what Morrison was all about. The thought of dark double meanings in his songs would fuel his nihialistic tendancies as well as his love of psychology and modern art philosophies.
That Was The End!!!

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NYBaby40 on February 10, 2011 at 5:10 PM:

I think the only ones who would know for sure what they meant by their lyrics are the singers themselves and what their idea of what they were singing at that point brought about to sing what they sang.... Robert Plant had a way to sing things as if they were not a big deal, and then one day you realize ... oh wow!did he really say that? "Squeeze me baby, 'till the juice runs down my leg".... right.... I don't think he was talking about a lemon, people. :D ... So, to me back door man is the one who wants to give her sexy, dirty, sex, and to be her whole, (lover) ...then again he was English so who knows what he really meant! lol

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Keer on March 10, 2011 at 12:35 PM:

Now can we agree what "flat-top" means?

He comes up grooving. Hair down, below his knees. Toe Jam footBALL he got,....

I think it is about an elephant trunk.

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Ronaldo on March 22, 2012 at 9:51 AM:

Led Zeppelins Since Ive Been Loving You confirms your interpretation (and now mine) of back door man:

"Do you remember, mama, when I knocked upon your door?
I said you had the nerve to tell me you didn't want me no more, yeah
I open my front door, hear my back door slam
You must have one of them new fangled back door man"

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Tb on June 17, 2012 at 6:31 PM:

Backdoor man is a man who slips out the back door after her boyfriend/husband walks in the front door. Duhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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