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Why did he choose this particular song? Maybe he just happened to pick this one. Or perhaps he was sending his folkie fans a message conveyed through the lyrics of this song. Paul Williams thinks the song is being sung to someone that is heading for a fall. Some suggest is could be about Joan Baez.
This theory does suit Baez perfectly, she being the queen of the folk movement who would be half-forgotten in the ensuing rock age. Of course, I was singing about a different Baby Blue. Nothing sentimental in this goodbye, but Dylan sings it like a lullaby. A running joke between Dylan and his entourage that is captuted in D. This rivalry was played-up fiercely by the British press.
Dylan is clearly having fun with the whole thing. Was there any animosity between the two folk singers? Donovan requests that Dylan play Baby Bluewhich Dylan does, exhibiting a big shit-eating, self-satisfied grin the whole time.
Or he could just have been enjoying himself. I think the former myself. But thousands of Dylan fans throughout the country are voicing their anger at Donovan at every show the American gives. There was some rivalry between the two, but for the most part it seemed to be a friendly one. Donovan speaks very highly of Dylan in his interesting autobiography, Hurdy Gurdy Man. The song appears on Live and Bob Dylan Live An alternative version appears on No Direction Homethe soundtrack to the Martin Scorsese documentary. None of these versions bests the original.
You must leave now, take what you need, you think will last. But whatever you wish to keep, you better grab it fast.
Yonder stands your orphan with his gun, Crying like a fire in the sun. The highway is for gamblers, better use your sense. Take what you have gathered from coincidence. The empty-handed painter from your streets Is drawing crazy patterns on your sheets. All your seasick sailors, they are rowing home.
All your reindeer armies, are all going home. The lover who just walked out your door Has taken all his blankets from the floor. Leave your stepping stones behind, something calls for you. Notify me of new posts by. Below is a short article from Melody Maker published on May 5th, Van Morrison when he was with the group Them did a cover.
Bryan Ferry formerly of Roxy Music has done many Dylan covers, often pretty good. Lyrics You must leave now, take what you need, you think will last. Share this: Facebook Pinterest Print. Like this: Like Loading Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by .Van morrison its all over now baby blue
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