February 2, 2012


I'm too young to remember Bob Dylan at his most famous. The song here was released in 1965 on a 45 rpm vinyl single. I never even owned a vinyl record of his songs, but recently Mike and I bought a cd of his greatest hits. I got stuck on Subterranean Homesick Blues. Mike has had to listen to it "one more time" more than once. I could go on about what the lyrics mean and blah, blah, blah, but nah… you could just listen to Bob Dylan's flash card version:

"Get sick, get well Hang around an ink well 
Ring bell, hard to tell If anything is goin’ to sell" and
"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows" plus the rest of the lyrics here. 
Watch two generations jam to Dylan:

1 comment:

TAB said...

fun with flashcards!!!