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I Want You - Bob Dylan - Nothern Songs (CDr, Album)

Label: Not On Label (Bob Dylan) - none • Format: 2x, CDr Album, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock
I Want You - Bob Dylan - Nothern Songs (CDr, Album)

Honey, I want you. The drunken politician leaps. Upon the street where mothers weep. And the saviors who are fast asleep, they wait for you. And I wait for them to interrupt. Me drinkin’ from my broken cup. And ask me to. Open up the gate for you. I want you, I want you.

From the Album Blonde On Blonde out of 5 stars 12 ratings. Listen Now I love Bob Dylan's songs, but like many fans I also enjoy imitating Dylan, and it doesn't get much more fun than I Want You. and it doesn't get much more fun than I Want You. Bob's nasally off-beat vocals, the feeling that he's just stringing together /5(12).

Read about [CD 1] - 12 I Want You by Bob Dylan - The Essential Bob Dylan and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

The '70s were a period of transition for Bob Dylan. Though he released 13 albums, three were live albums. The Basement Tapes featured transcendent demo recordings he'd made with The Band in Dylan featured outtakes from Self Portrait and New Garrett & Billy the Kid featured just two Dylan songs with lyrics (including the classic “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”). ’s.

The songs on that album were written mostly by Dylan, whereas only about half of the tracks on his first release were penned by him. the CD notes credit the traditional song "House of the Risin' Sun" to the blues singer Dave von Ronk, whose version I still think is the best one ever recorded/5().

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"Girl from the North Country" (occasionally known as "Girl of the North Country") is a song written by Bob Dylan. It was recorded at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City in April , and released the following month as the second track on Dylan's second studio album, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Dylan re-recorded the song as a duet with Johnny Cash in February

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