"Tangled Up in Blue" is a song by Bob Dylan. It appeared on his album Blood on the Tracks in 1975. Released as a single, it reached #31 on the Billboard Hot 100. Rolling Stone ranked it #68 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Rain falling on my shoes Heading out for the East Coast Lord knows I've paid some dues getting through Tangled up in blue.
was walking away I heard her say over my shoulder "We'll meet again someday on the avenue" Tangled up in blue.
Rain fallin' on my shoes Heading out for the east coast Lord knows I've paid some dues Gettin' through Tangled up in blue.
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"Tangled Up in Blue" is one of the most clear examples of Dylan's attempts to write "multi-dimensional" songs which defied a fixed notion of time and space. Dylan was influenced by his recent study of painting and the Cubist school of artists...
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Tangled Up in Blue. Early one mornin the sun was shinin, I was layin in bed Wondrin if shed changed at all If her hair was still red. Her folks they said our lives together Sure was gonna be rough They never did like mamas homemade dress Papas bankbook wasnt big enough.
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