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Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941) is an American folk and rock singer-songwriter, born in Duluth, Minnesota. In 2016 Dylan received
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Times
Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities, chapter 1, opening paragraph, p. 3 (1958). Originally published in 1859. The times they are a-changin' Bob Dylan, The Times
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Luck
paraphrased as : "Luck is the residue of hard work and design". As Bob Dylan forgot to say, "To live outside the law, you must be lucky." Spider Robinson
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Andromeda (TV series)
You've got a deal. Dylan: Good. The moth wants a star The night wants tomorrow The King wants what's far Outside his sphere of sorrow Tales of Queen Kysella
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Poets
trapeze artist. A paraphrased statement of Bob Dylan, used by the Arthur Rimbaud characterization of Dylan in I'm Not There. There is a property in the
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Shark Bait
Troy. Andy Dick as Dylan. Fran Drescher as Pearl. John Rhys-Davies as Thornton. R. Lee Ermey as Jack. Jimmy Bennett as Young Pi. Dylan Cash as Young Percy
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Loneliness
people around / The more you feel alone Bob Dylan, "Marchin' to the City", The Bootleg Series Vol. 8: Tell Tale Signs. What loneliness is more lonely than
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Birds
own expense And I'm just like that bird, oh, oh Singin' just for you Bob Dylan, "You're a Big Girl Now", from Blood on the Tracks (1975) Observe intently
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Children of Men
Theo and Julian would always bring Dylan. He loved it here. Patric: This never fucking happened. Don't go telling tales, cause' we'll be watching you. At
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Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Craven. This time, staying awake won't save you. (taglines) Miss me? Hey, Dylan - ever played "skin the cat"? Meet your maker! [shoving Heather's face towards
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Phil Ochs
and mass media, the folksinger was often a traveling newspaper spreading tales through music. There is an urgent need for Americans to look deeply into
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Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
right? Dylan: Yeah Tom: I'm feeling the good vibe Dylan: Yeah Tom: I'll tell you this, if it doesn't make it to air, it sure wasn't your fault Dylan: It
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Ralph Bakshi
2007-11-27. Did I have a responsibility to discuss issues? Absolutely. Bobby Dylan was discussing issues – Disney wasn’t. [1] Wizards was about the creation
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Poetry
412. A poem is a naked person . . . some people say that I am a poet. Bob Dylan, Liner notes, Bringing It All Back Home (1965). Poetry is not a turning
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Circus
beneath the waves, Let me forget about today until tomorrow. Bob Dylan in: Bob Dylan Songbook for Easy Piano, Hal Leonard Corporation, 1 November 2012
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The Laramie Project (film)
everybody has a tale to tell. Everyone Carries a Piece of the Truth. Nestor Carbonell - Moisés Kaufman Christina Ricci - Romaine Patterson Dylan Baker - Rulon
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The Rage: Carrie 2
London — Jesse Ryan Amy Irving — Sue Snell J. Smith Cameron — Barbara Lang Dylan Bruno — Mark Bing Zachery Ty Bryan — Eric Stark Charlotte Ayanna — Tracy
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Wind
the wind The Answer is blown' in the wind. Bob Dylan, in Blowin' in the Wind, on The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963). When gentle winds blow through the city
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Dance
driven deep beneath the waves, Let me forget about today until tomorrow. Bob Dylan, "Mr. Tambourine Man", Bringing It All Back Home (1965). A time to mourn
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Donovan
emphasis on Donovan, the Bee Gees and the Who. The magic that you hear in tales and things was all based around the Celtic mythology of England, which is
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