Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Bob Dylan. He's Okay.
You're a Big Girl Now - Blood on the Tracks - NY Sessions (Original) from Larry Dallas on Vimeo.
"Dylan's alright. He's got a couple good songs."
-Someone On The Internet That Shouldn't Be
I went to bed with this one on my mind and woke up with it, too. Daryl Hall pulled this one out on an episode of Daryl's House, that also featured covers of "Neither One Of Us" and "Our Day Will Come." I was blown away by his take on all three, but the Dylan cover made my jaw drop, though I haven't seen it since it first aired and I might have just been shocked he did it at all.
I'll post the "other" good Dylan song at a later date.
Our conversation was short and sweet
It nearly swept me off-a my feet
And I’m back in the rain, oh, oh
And you are on dry land
You made it there somehow
You’re a big girl now
Bird on the horizon, sittin’ on a fence
He’s singin’ his song for me at his own expense
And I’m just like that bird, oh, oh
Singin’ just for you
I hope that you can hear
Hear me singin’ through these tears
Time is a jet plane, it moves too fast
Oh, but what a shame if all we’ve shared can’t last
I can change, I swear, oh, oh
See what you can do
I can make it through
You can make it too
Love is so simple, to quote a phrase
You’ve known it all the time, I’m learnin’ it these days
Oh, I know where I can find you, oh, oh
In somebody’s room
It’s a price I have to pay
You’re a big girl all the way
A change in the weather is known to be extreme
But what’s the sense of changing horses in midstream?
I’m going out of my mind, oh, oh
With a pain that stops and starts
Like a corkscrew to my heart
Ever since we’ve been apart
Posted by Sal Nunziato at 4:57 AM