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About the time the late and great Jimmie Rodgers
Career came to an end
Another young fella by the name of Bob Wills
Was makin' preparations to become
and ready
And a face like bobby dylan, only worse

He ordered up a whisky, which he drank like he was thirsty
And ordered him another of the same
Suddenly
Lyrics as performed by Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, Hughes Stadium, Colorado
University, Fort Collins, CO, 23 May 1976,
Transcribed by Manfred Helfert.
Last week, uh, in Nashville, Bob Dylan, one of the top writers
Well, I don't need to tell you who Bob Dylan is
The greatest writer of our time was
headphones on
She hears the music blasting
She sees here brother marchin' by
Their bond is everlasting
Listening to Bob Dylan singin'
In 1963
Watchin'
Man, those were the days (those were the days)
We listened to the songs Bob Dylan wrote
We sat there stoned and amazed
We forgot to eat, we forgot
to Bob Dylan
Chillin'em, thrillin'em, and red hot killin'em

Said killin'em
Come on, come on killin'em

Get sick, get well, hand around a ink well
(Bob Dylan)

Old Reilly stole a stallion
But they caught him and they brought him back
And they laid him down on the jailhouse ground
With an iron
(Bob Dylan)

Your breath is sweet
Your eyes are like two jewels in the sky
Your back is straight, your hair is smooth
On the pillow where you lie
But
cradled for day after day
Making hardly enough to get by
Then a terrible flood swept poor Jimmy away
During six stormy days in July

Chorus (x2)

Can
to Bob Dylan
Chillin'em, thrillin'em, and red hot killin'em

Said killin'em
Come on, come on killin'em

Get sick, get well, hand around a ink well
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on 2 Corinthians 10:4, Ephesians 6:11-17

It used to be a distant call
Thought to be for some but never all
Now
they askin' what happened to you

Lord forgive him, he got them dark forces in him
But he also got a rightous 'cause for sinnin'
Them a murder me so
Shine on like a rose at night

*written by Bob Geldof
*taken from the album "The Vegetarians of Love"
Lucifer, don of de morning)
So you need to change your attitude
Before they asking what happened to you (Lucifer Lucifer

Lord forgive him, he got them dark
Originally performed by Bob Dylan
Hollis Brown
He lived on the outside of town
Hollis Brown
He lived on the outside of town
With his wife and five
our home was blessed
When daddy'd say mama sing a song
Sister left home first I guess then Bob and Tommy and Dan
By then dad's hair was turning grey
never going to give up on that
Big romantic stuff

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*Written by Bob Geldof
*Taken from the album entitled
Bob Geldof
*taken from the album entitled "A Tonic For The Troops"
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*written by Bob Geldof
*taken from the album entitled "A Tonic For The Troops"
something to cut in case you has to

If he was on the island he'd probably rob a millionaire
And be known for wilin' out like Bob Dylan here
These clever
*Taken from the album "The Vegetarians of Love"
*Written by Bob Geldof
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*taken from the album entitled "The Fine Art Of Surfacing"
*Written by Bob Geldof
Milton. Cell phone mute like Paris Hilton.
Open window, halfway built-in. Times a changing like Bob Dylan.
Twenty-pound bird black as could be, cold feet
the beginning
Still in musical prison, in jail for the flow
Try telling Bob Dylan, Bruce, or Billy Joel
They can't sing what's in their soul!
So "Untitled" it