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Song Quotes from Bob Dylan

 

"She's everything I need and want but I can't be swayed by that."

Up To Me - Bob Dylan


{ Maturity } { Need } { Pride }

 

 

"She might think that I've forgotten her, don't tell her it isn't so."

If You See Her, Say Hello - Bob Dylan


{ Loss } { Pride } { Time }

 

 

"I can't help it if I'm lucky."

Idiot Wind - Bob Dylan


{ Being Sorry } { Philosophy }

 

 

"You feel to moan but unlike before you discover that you'd just be one more person crying."

It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - Bob Dylan


{ Acceptance } { Honesty } { Maturity }

 

 

"I'd just be curious to know if you can see yourself as clear as someone who has had you on his mind."

Mama, You Been On My Mind - Bob Dylan


{ Honesty } { Love } { The Mind }

 

 

"Let me ask you one question, is your money that good?"

Masters Of War - Bob Dylan


{ Forgiveness } { Money } { War }

 

 

"Twas then he felt alone."

Simple Twist Of Fate - Bob Dylan


{ Loneliness } { Need } { Time }

 

 

"The sun's not yellow, it's chicken."

Tombstone Blues - Bob Dylan


{ Drugs } { Openness } { Philosophy }

 

 

"People don't live or die, people just float."

Man In The Long Black Coat - Bob Dylan


{ Life } { Religion } { Time }

 

 

"I have never known the Spring to turn so quickly into Autumn."

Idiot Wind - Bob Dylan


{ Loss }

 

 

"Shooting tin cans with sawed-off shotguns"

Farewell Angelina - Bob Dylan


{ Excessive }

 

The master wordsmith. His greatness cannot be denied.

But why waste words on someone so uninterested in their own?

I can understand that may be confusing. Let me clear it up. I have lost all reverence for Bob Dylan in the same way that Bob Dylan has lost all reverence for Bob Dylan.

I find it hard to revere a songwriter who shows very little interest in what their songs mean to themselves and what they mean to other people. It's like he just throws together words that sound good at the time, a little progressive melody, some unanswered questions and you got a Dylan song. And who cares?

Not me. Not anymore.

 

 

 

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