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Little Willie John

Little Willie John (born November 15, 1937) is an American singer, best known for his versions of "All around the World" (1955, Titus Turner[?]), "Need Your Love So Bad", "Suffering with the Blues", "Need Your Love So Bad", "Fever", "Sleep" (1961) and "Let Them Talk". Known for his alcoholism and erratic behavior, as well his insecurity regarding his 5'4" height, Little Willie John died of pneumonia in prison in Washington in 1968; he had been imprisoned for stabbing a man in 1964.



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