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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.
Bob Dylan

If today was not an endless highway. If tonight was not a crooked trail.
If tomorrow wasn't such a long time then lonesome would mean
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
Bob Dylan if I had to do it I would die
Maybe seems to you like a risky thing to do but there is no conflict in my heart

Hey misdemeanors don't make
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
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'
to be like Bob Dylan
Until I discovered Moses
Saturday night and I was lying in my bed
The window was open and raindrops
Were bouncing off my head
By Bob Hartman
Based on Acts 17:27

Living water - I am thirsty and dry
Bread of heaven - only You satisfy
I am waiting for Your comfort and peace
A woman on the radio talked about revolution
when it's already passed her by
Bob Dylan didn't have this to sing about 
you know it feels good
A woman on the radio talked about revolution
when it's already passed her by
Bob Dylan didn't have this to sing about 
you know it feels good
A woman on the radio talked about revolution
when it's already passed her by
Bob Dylan didn't have this to sing about 
you know it feels good
the backyard
Working on a feast of barbeque
Aha aha ? kids are playing in the pool
Aha aha ? Uncle Bob?s so drunk again

Verse One

Beautiful, grand wide open
A woman on the radio talked about revolution
When it's already passed her by
Bob Dylan didn't have this to sing about you
You know it feels good
Right Here, Right Now 
Jesus Jones

A woman on the radio talks about revolution
when it's already passed her by
but Bob Dylan didn't have this
And a nigga first love is a drug
We all fascinated by thug activity, street life liberty
Whole ghetto remedy, toss 'em a slug

It's the untameable, nonflammable
the rippling waters of a rambling stream.

Down by the banks of the Guadalupe 
On a summer's evening and a haloed moon 
Wide-eyed as night owls, naked
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
to throw that sweet memory away
The book by Fitzgerald that I bought for your birthday
Is packed in a box with my love letters you saved
And you're taking
Words by Jen Foster & Kathy Scott
Music by Jen Foster

Black is only black until you light a candle
Stone is only stone until you take a hammer
speared and taking their bodies apart like toys
They dismantle themselves by the water's edge
And reach for the speech and the wide, wide world
Ah, God
(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
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
Day by day, work or play, ready side by side. 
Hello friend, come on in, the gate is open wide. 
Bound to be a fightin' free bonanza, 
Singing pines
[Originally by Bob Dylan]

Go away from my window
Leave at your own chosen speed
I'm not the one you want babe
I'm not the one you need

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