"When the Levee Breaks" was written by Kansas Joe McCoy and his wife Memphis Minnie in the 1920's. Zep's version from 1971's Led Zepplin IV was based on that one but switches things up a little bit (they give Minnie a writing credit).
That was a blues but THE blues man is Mr. Guy. I mean, really.
"Damn Right I've Got the Blues"
"I Put A Spell On You"
"Sweet Home Chicago"
Wow. I'm definitely awake now. Still can't pun but I'm awake. Maybe after some coffee. Have a great day!