The title of the Led Zeppelin song "D'yer Maker" is not pronounced as if someone was dying, or even dyeing.
The title, according to an interview I once heard on the radio with the Zep's road manager, comes from an old joke. You may be aware that some Britons pronounce words like "America" as "Americer," slurring the end into an "r" sound, if the next word starts with a vowel: "Americer and Russier 'ave just reached an agreement..."
Man 1: "I've just returned, had a great vacation in the islands with the wife."
Man 2: "D'yer Maker?" (Pronounced as "Jer-maiker?", to make a homonym with "Jamaica?")
Man 1: "No, she came of her own accord."
Also: Led Zeppelin, not Led Zepplin. The "Led" was misspelled in order to avoid confusing the pronunciation with that of "lead," as in "Lead Guitar." I don't know what Def Leppard's or Motley Cru:e's excuses were.
Also: Fascism, not Facism.