Our Favorite Dylan Lyrics

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    Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan
    from Tara Evonne Trudell

    "A video I made as a 'how to' to make prayer beads de poemas...something I do to process and embrace what life gives and deals. I take my poetry, my words, my experiences and roll them into beads. I call these prayer beads and they help me honor my words and my integrity.
    I rely on the the one and only Bob Dylan as my background choice for music to complement the poetry I wrote and rolled into prayer beads. My profound tribute to Bob Dylan and no other."

     
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    Bob Dylan - Gotta Serve Somebody
     
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    Bob Dylan - I Threw It All Away (Live On The Johnny Cash TV Show)
     
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    Tuesday, May 24th was Bob Dylan's 81st Birthday!


    Lyrics

    In the still of the night, in the world's ancient light Where wisdom grows up in strife My bewildering brain, toils in vain Through the darkness on the pathways of life Each invisible prayer is like a cloud in the air Tomorrow keeps turning around We live and we die, we know not why But I'll be with you when the deal goes down

    We eat and we drink, we feel and we think Far down the street we stray I laugh and I cry and I'm haunted by Things I never meant nor wished to say The midnight rain follows the train We all wear the same thorny crown Soul to soul, our shadows roll And I'll be with you when the deal goes down

    The moon gives light and shines by night I scarcely feel the glow We learn to live and then we forgive O'er the road we're bound to go More frailer than the flowers, these precious hours That keep us so tightly bound You come to my eyes like a vision from the skies And I'll be with you when the deal goes down

    I picked up a rose and it poked through my clothes I followed the winding stream I heard a deafening noise, I felt transient joy I know they're not what they seem In this earthly domain, full of disappointment and pain You'll never see me frown I owe my heart to you, and that's sayin' it true And I'll be with you when the deal goes down
     
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    Actually, it was his 81st, wasn't it?
     
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    Correct as usual, King Friday!;) Thanks for catching that. He was born in 1941.
     
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    Age 25 in Paris France (1966)

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    An open letter to Bob Dylan from Joseph O’Connor

    Joseph O’Connor remembers a wintry walk on Dún Laoghaire pier with his first girlfriend and a presence from a car radio late at night as he drove the streets of London

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    “I do know what my songs are about,” you once remarked. “Some are about four minutes, some are about five minutes and some, believe it or not, are about 11.” (READ MORE)

     
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    Early Morning Rain
    Written by Gordon Lightfoot, 1966

    These are not Dylan lyrics. :oops: But the sound is different from typical Bob Dylan. Thought it might be of interest.

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    "Gordon Lightfoot was very much part of the folk-rock world which influenced Bob Dylan in his early years as a performer, and on through his life"
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    “Early Morning Rain” achieved popularity because it told a story that many could relate to, whether the simple events told therein had happened to them or not. It was created as songs were starting to have lyrics that meant something more than the early rock n roll and traditional country works and was very much central to that evolution."
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    Bob Dylan on Hank Williams, Johnny Paycheck and Townes Van Zandt
     
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