10 ) “Fool in the Rain” (1979)
“Fool in the Rain” was the last single released by Led Zeppelin before the band’s breakup. It is included on the studio album “In Through the Out Door.” It is notable for the unorthodox use of time signatures. Led Zeppelin performs most of the song in 12/8 meter, but the polyrhythmic structure includes piano and bass playing six beats per measure while the drums and melody line use four beats per measure. “Fool in the Rain” also includes a Latin-influenced samba breakdown. The song reached #21 on the U.S. pop singles chart.