Bring It On Home (Sonny Boy Williamson II Song)
"Bring It On Home" is a song written by American bassist-songwriter Willie Dixon. The first known recording of the song was by Sonny Boy Williamson II in 1963. The song was later recorded by Led Zeppelin in 1969, which led to a lawsuit because the band had not given Willie Dixon a writing credit on their version of the song.
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