It derives somewhat from Ida Cox's "How Long Daddy" by the great Ida Cox with Papa Charlie Jackson on the accompaniment.
Here is T-Bone Walker doing this classic.
Jimmy Yancey may be my favorite blues and boogie-woogie pianist. Here is his poetical version.
Count Basie with Jimmy Rushing singing.
Here is one by Big Joe Turner, who recorded the song several times.
The great slide guitar master, Kokomo Arnold, an influence on Robert Johnson, recorded this.
The late Lou Rawls did a marvelous rendition.
Last up for this playlist is Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee and Leadbelly.
There are many I could have selected, but this gives an idea of the range of interpretations.