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It was a record chart hit for Reed and, as with several of his songs, it has appeal across popular music genres, with numerous recordings by a variety of musical artists. Jimmy Reed received the sole credit for the song, although blues historian Gerard Herzhaft points out "like almost all of Reed's pieces and whatever the official credits are, it is an original composition by his wife, Mama Reed.
Nowhere in the song do the lyrics "baby what you want me to do" appear, although later cover versions often wrongly include the phrase in place of the original "baby why you wanna let go.
The song continues to be performed and recorded, making it perhaps the most covered of Reed's songs. For her performance, "James does a growling, harmonica-imitating vocal solo", according to an AllMusic reviewer.
Blues standard written by Jimmy Reed. San Francisco: Backbeat Books.
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Translation of "do you want me to do" in French