Songs of the BOB DYLAN

Sarah Jane – Bob Dylan

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I’m gonna take a trip on the big McMillan With Saro Jane Saro Jane Ain’t nothin’ to do But to set down and sing And rock about my Saro

Quit Your Low Down Ways – Bob Dylan

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You can fall down on your knees, pretty mama, And pray to the Lord But it ain’t gonna do no good. You’re gonna need You’re gonna need my help

Property Of Jesus – Bob Dylan

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Because he has denied himself the things that you can’t live without Laugh at him behind his back just like the others do Remind him of what he used

Dark Eyes – Bob Dylan

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They’re drinking up and walking and it is time for me to slide I live in another world where life and death are memorized Where the earth is strung

Positively 4th Street – Bob Dylan

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To say you are my friend When I was down You just stood there grinning You got a lotta nerve To say you got a helping hand to lend

Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again – Bob Dylan

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Up and down the block I’d ask him what the matter was But I know that he don’t talk And the ladies treat me kindly And furnish me with

On The Road Again – Bob Dylan

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There’s frogs inside my socks Your mama, she’s a-hidin’ Inside the icebox Your daddy walks in wearin’ A Napoleon Bonarparte mask Then you ask why I don’t live here

Bob Dylan’s Blues – Bob Dylan

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They are ridin’ down the line Fixin’ ev’rybody’s troubles Ev’rybody’s ‘cept mine Somebody musta tol’ ’em That I was doin’ fine. Oh you five and ten cent women With

Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) – Bob Dylan

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Som are building monuments, others jotting down notes Everybody’s in despair, every girl and boy But when Quinn the Eskimo gets here everybody’s gonna jump for joy Oh come

I Pity The Poor Immigrant – Bob Dylan

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Who wishes he would’ve stayed home Who uses all his power to do evil But in the end is always left so alone That man whom with his fingers