First performance: 18/06/2018


Bruce covered the song only once:
Bruce performed the song when he  joined the Danny Clinch-led Tangiers Blues Band, sharing the bill with the Grammy-winning rock band Portugal. the Man, in his hometown of Asbury Park, New Jersey for the reopening of concert venue Asbury Lanes. He joins the band midway through their performance for a four-song miniset of blues standards. The event celebrates the multimillion-dollar renovation of Asbury's beloved shuttered bowling alley, newly outfitted as a music venue. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Monmouth County. Ticket are distributed by lottery and are available primarily to Asbury Park residents as part of the venue's commitment to honor the local community.


"I Just Want to Make Love to You" is a 1954 blues song written by Willie Dixon, first recorded by Muddy Waters, and released as "Just Make Love to Me" (Chess 1571). The song reached number four on Billboard magazine's R&B Best Sellers chart. Backing Waters on vocals are Little Walter on harmonica, Jimmy Rogers on guitar, Otis Spann on piano, Willie Dixon on bass, and Fred Below on drums. Waters recorded the song again for the album Electric Mud (1968).

Other cover versions

Bruce on the artist


I don't want you to be no slave
I don't want you to wake all day
I don't want you to be true
I just want to make love to you
I don't want you to wash my clothes
I don't want you to keep our home
I don't want your money too
I just want to make love to you
Love to you
Love to you
Love to you
They tell about the way you
Switch and walk
Now I can see by the way you
Baby talk
Now I can know by the way you
Treat your man
That I could love you baby until' the
Cryin' shame
I don't want you to cook my bread
I don't want you to make my bed
I don't want you because I'm sad and blue
I just want to make love to you
Love to you
Love to you
Love to you