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Lyrics as performed by Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, Hughes Stadium, Colorado
University, Fort Collins, CO, 23 May 1976,
Transcribed by Manfred Helfert.
us to love as you love
This is a mother's prayer
This is a father's prayer
Teach us to love as you love
This is a mother's, a father's prayer
us to love as you love
This is a mother's prayer
This is a father's prayer
Teach us to love as you love
This is a mother's, a father's prayer
maternity
hear whispers in their blood;
This summons of the Fathers.

Adherence to the principle
Of "man by woman born"
Anachronistic ritual
Soon to be
This one's for the mothers who have lost a child
This one's for the gypsies who left their hearts behind
This is for the strangers sleepin' in my
inside.
They forgot what got them here, 
The vows they promised to stand by, one love.

One life is like one prayer, one love to share.
One thought,
heads
And they say, "Let us pray" and

It feels so cold and meaningless
And I wanted to pray and I said
Tell me father, tell me mother
Heavenly Mother
Is there really anyone there
Fall on deaf ears all of my prayers

The mother of nothing
The mother of sin

The father of decadence within us
that tomorrow, we'll all be freed

Sickness to insanity
Prayer to profanity
Days and weeks and months go by
Don't feel the hunger, too weak to cry
that tomorrow, we'll all be freed

Sickness to insanity
Prayer to profanity
Days and weeks and months go by
Don't feel the hunger, too weak to cry
that tomorrow, we'll all be freed

Sickness to insanity
Prayer to profanity
Days and weeks and months go by
Don't feel the hunger, too weak to cry
me back what I sold

I'm gonna take the sins of my father
I'm gonna take the sins of my mother
I"m gonna take the sins of my brother
Down to the pond
My father's house was warm at night
he used to sing me lullabyes
just like his father before him always did
just like his mother would have done
There's a prison on Route 41
Home to my father, first cousin, and son
And I visit every weekend
Not with my body but with prayers that I send
and listened, and I heard this prayer
My Mommie says daddy has brought us to shame
And I'm never no more to mention his name
Lord take me and lead me and hold
and listened, and I heard this prayer
My mommy says daddy has brought us to shame
And I'm never no more to mention his name
Lord take me and lead me and hold
to smell of wintergreen
In her father eyes she was not a princess but a queen
She didn't love to play the queen

Only prayers and country songs are found
lovin' mother, she had died
And their father had run away

They were talking of their loving parents
How sad their hearts did feel
When around
'til the morrow
Tho' we, by men, outcast, reviled
O maiden see a maiden's sorrow
O mother, hear a suppliant child
Ave Maria

Ave Maria Undefiled
How the years and I survived 
I had a mother who sang to me 
An honest lullaby 
Yellow, brown, and black and white 
Our Father bless us all tonight
prayers to sisters, brothers who died for you
Solace to fathers, mothers we'll stand together
Heaven knows, it's now or never, heaven knows

Awoken by
There's a prison on Route 41
Home to my father, first cousin, and son
And I visit every weekend
Not with my body but with prayers that I send
tilling in the ground
My mother was a neighbor she'd go visiting around.

But I didn't care.
For I had found the answer to a plow boy's lonely prayer
and he's heard one prayer
Then baby, he's heard 'em all"
She said "he never thinks of his mother
Only remembers when she calls"

She said, "diamonds
place

Morning breaks the evening darkness
Daylight sings so loud
Father holds my in his arms
And laughs for he is proud
'All is well' my mother