"Bring It on Home" as written by and Willie Dixon....
Mmm baby
'M gonna bring it on home to you
I've got my ticket, I've got that load
Gone up, go higher, all aboard
'M take my seat, a-right way back, ooooh yeah
Watch this train goin' down the track
Gonna bring it on home
Bring it on home to you
Watch out, watch out, man move

Try to tell you baby
What you tryin' to do
Tryin' to love me baby
Love some other man too
Bring it on home, bring it on home

Went 'n a little walk downtown, ah yeah
Missed 'n got back late
Found a note there waiting
An' it said, Daddy, I just can't wait
Bring it on home, bring it on home
Bring it back home, bring it back home to me baby

Tell you, pretty baby
You love to mess me 'roun'
I'm gonna give you lovin', baby
Gonna move you outta town
Bring it on home, bring it on home

Sweetest little baby
Daddy ever saw
I'm gonna keep you lovin' baby
I'm gonna give you more
Bring it on home, bring it on home
Bring it on home, alright

Bring it on home
Bring it on home to you

Lyrics submitted by kevin, edited by Mellow_Harsher

"Bring It on Home" as written by Willie Dixon

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    General CommentWhen your as sad a person as I am, you tend to sit around and listen to nothing but your music. And if you do that enough you start noticing bits of the song that people who are listening to it for the first time dont. John Bonham's drums are just one of these elements of this song. If you listen closely to the background you will hear him meticulously change up tiny parts of his tempo. It is his drumming that glue all of the glorious parts from all of the magnificent members together.
    the3encircledpointson March 15, 2003   Link
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    General CommentRobert Plant's ability to perform blues songs verges on the genius. In the slow into to this track he actually mimics the natural tremello that was a feature of Sonny Boy Williamsons voice. Have a go yourself - play a copy of Bring It On Home by Sonny Boy Williamson and then play Zeppelin's version. You have, in a nutshell their uniqueness: the ability to persent largely traditional, blues based music in a way that was relevant for their time. Plant was an absolutely magificent vocalist.
    chaikyon June 09, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this track is about some guy's lust for his cheating girl.
    Fredzepon September 26, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyou cannot be a hardcore led zeppelin fan and not love this song. its led zeppelin at its best. its got the slow start, and then just totally explodes into an awsome guitar solo. it blew me away the first time i heard it. anyways, i had to post this, seeing as how i couldnt believe no one had posted something for this song.
    scooter44on August 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentim with scooter here. this song totally blew me away the first time i heard it. its slow, then they really get into it. its one of the better songs on the second album.
    brian814on June 18, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI like, on the DVD, Robert Plant says "this is song that comes from the deep south of america, and ended up in earl's court." i enjoyed that, i dunno.
    cartman716on June 24, 2003   Link
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    General Commenthey cartman, he was talking about "In My Time of Dying" but good song nonetheless. You gotta love it.

    This is one of those songs, where youre just waiting for Page to start something on his guitar, and then there is that brief pause.... and then boom. And it follows along that "standard blues riff" that many guitarists have to know.
    Cynic_11on June 21, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits true, im an idiot.
    i confused them because theyre two incredible songs.
    cartman716on June 25, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe 3encircledpoints, I've been doing that too, espically noticing Bonzo's druming, but i'm also noticing that Jimmy isn't that great on guitar. I reallylike this song. initally i skipped over it but then I gave it a go and I love it. But has anyone heard th original? The begining, It is practically the same, even the harmonica, so it's hardly any wonder they got busted for it. Watch Mulholland Dr. its a good movie and it also has the originally of that song for a few seconds, either way you won't be disappointed!
    leonieon October 16, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis is by far my favorite led zeppelin blues song. it has a good harmonica part, good guitar riff, and even the lyrics are bluesy. led zeppelin is an awesome band. i'm going to disagree with you, leonie. though, i maybe you just meant that he isn't that technically skilled. if you just mean that then i guess i'll agree, but otherwise i think he has a great sense of timing and feeling.
    obeofon December 10, 2004   Link

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