Babe, baby, baby, I'm Gonna Leave You. I said baby, you know I'm gonna leave you. I'll leave you in the summertime, Leave you when the summer comes a-rollin' Leave you when the summer comes along. Babe, babe, babe, babe, babe, babe, Baby, baby, I wanna leave you. I ain't jokin' woman, I got to ramble. Oh, yeah, baby, baby, I believin'.
"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" is a folk song written by Anne Bredon in the late s. Joan Baez recorded a solo version for her album Joan Baez in Concert and a variety of musicians subsequently adapted it to a variety of styles, including Led Zeppelin. Several songwriters have been credited on releases over the years, although Bredon usually receives a sole or partial credit on Genre: Folk rock, hard rock.
Robert from Webster, Ny An interesting factoid at the time Babe I'm Gonna Leave You was released Quicksilver Messenger Service had a song by the same title so when requesting the song the jock at WBCN would always inquire of me Zeppelin or Quicksilver I loved both of them and I would reply either or how about both!