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Old 12-08-2005, 08:47 PM   #1
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Your Favorite Bob Dylan Song

I have so many but right now

Blowin' in the Wind
and
Like a Rolling Stone

Bob Dylan is the best!

Post yours!!!
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Old 12-08-2005, 09:21 PM   #2
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This changes all the time for me.

Right now, I'd have to say "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" (both the acoustic, and the Rolling Thunder Revue versions)

But "Tangled up in Blue", "Desolation Row", "Like a Rolling Stone", and "Idiot Wind" are up there too.
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Old 12-08-2005, 10:07 PM   #3
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It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

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With God on Our Side has my fav Dylan lyrics...All Along The Watchtower is probably my fav overall song, although that's probably because of all the amazing covers of it over the years
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all the other dylan songs that i like are songs i prefer when others cover them. (mike ness doing "don't think twice it's alright", u2 or hendrix doing all along the watchtower, the stones doing like a rolling stone, etc)
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"If You See Her, Say Hello"

There's no need to explain, nor to qualify, nor to debate. Calling it a masterpiece is hardly enough.
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"If You See Her, Say Hello"

There's no need to explain, nor to qualify, nor to debate. Calling it a masterpiece is hardly enough.
Word up...I prefer the raw version on The Bootleg Series Vol.1-3, because the lyric change on Blood on the Tracks sounds totally awkward ("...who always has respected her/for doin' what she did" becomes "...who always has respected her/for gettin' out and gettin' free", or something close to that).

My personal favorite has been Jokerman ever since Dylan opened his Woodstock '94 set with it. The album version sounds a bit dated with the 80's production and Sly & Robbie, but I admire his foray into reggae, and all the live versions from that '94 tour just fucking kill. The lyrics are some of his most evocative too.
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Like a Rolling Stone has to be my favourite song but Subterranean Homesick Blues comes a close second. Bob Dylan

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"Simple Twist of Fate"
Lyrically, probably this. Musically it's a toss up between Like A Rolling Stone, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, and Highway 61 Revisited. (See a pattern emerging - best album ever!)
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Man in the long black coat, blind willie mc tell, desolation row and above all Ballad of a thin man..

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But you don't know what it is
Do you, Mister Jones?"
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Like a Rolling Stone
Masters of War
Positively 4th St
You're a Big Girl Now
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