Artista: Led Zeppelin
Album: Led Zeppelin I (1969)
Canzone: Babe I’m Gonna Leave You (Anne Bredon)
Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
Babe, baby, baby, I’m Gonna Leave You.
I said baby, you know I’m gonna leave you.
I’ll leave you when the summertime,
Leave you when the summer comes a-rollin’
Leave you when the summer comes along.
Baby, baby, I don’t wanna leave you,
I ain’t jokin’ woman, I got to ramble.
Oh, yeah, baby, baby, I believin’,
We really got to ramble.
I can hear it callin’ me the way it used to do,
I can hear it callin’ me back home!
Babe…I’m gonna leave you
Oh, baby, you know, I’ve really got to leave you
Oh I can hear it callin ‘me
I said don’t you hear it callin’ me the way it used to do?
I know, I know
I know I never never never gonna leave your babe
But I got to go away from this place,
I’ve got to quit you, yeah
Baby, ooh don’t you hear it callin’ me?
Woman, woman, I know, I know
It feels good to have you back again
And I know that one day baby, it’s really gonna grow, yes it is.
We gonna go walkin’ through the park every day.
Come what may, every day
Oooh, mama baby
I’m gonna leave you–go away
It was really, really good.
You made me happy every single day.
I’ve got to go away!
Baby, baby, baby, baby
That’s when it’s callin’ me
I said that’s when it’s callin’ me back home…
Video – Led Zeppelin
Video – Joan Baez
Babe I’m Gonna Leave You è una canzone popolare scritta dalla folk singer americana Anne Bredon e pubblicata nel primo album omonimo dei Led Zeppelin. Una nota versione precedente della canzone è quella di Joan Baez.