Bob Dylan, "Rainy Day Women Numbers 12 and 35"

Great song. Really takes you back, doesn’t it. Even though I don’t really smoke pot anymore, I did for many years. All I remember (to the extent that I remember any of it) was good times. That’s why every time I hear this song, I smile.
From Blonde on Blonde, a double album from 1965. One of the most kickass modern rock and roll albums of all time.

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  1. Shadows are fallin’ and I’ve been here all day
    It’s too hot to sleep and time is runnin’ away
    Feel like my soul has turned into steel
    I’ve still got the scars that the sun didn’t heal
    There’s not even room enough to be anywhere
    It’s not dark yet but it’s gettin’ there.
    Well, my sense of humanity has gone down the drain
    Behind every beautiful thing there’s been some kind of pain
    She wrote me a letter and she wrote it so kind
    She put down in writin’ what was in her mind
    I just don’t see why I should even care
    It’s not dark yet but it’s gettin’ there.

  2. Folk-rock, not kickass rock. Ask a Metallica fan.
    But couldn’t you have picked “Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands?”
    That’s a profound epic.

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