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Bob Dylan

Lay Down Your Weary Tune (4:35)

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Lay down your weary tune, lay down
Lay down the song you strum
And rest yourself 'neath the strength of strings
No voice can hope to hum

Songtext für Bob Dylan - Lay Down Your Weary Tune


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  • first off this is a cover. this is not bob. Bob has a unique style of singing and a distinctive voice.
  • I stood unwound beneath the skies and clouds unbound by laws... the cryin’ rain like a trumpet sang and asked for no applause.
  • The last of leaves fell from the trees and clung to a new love’s breast. The branches bare like a banjo played to the winds that listened best. I gazed down in the river’s mirror and watched its winding strum. The water smooth ran like a hymn and like a harp did hum.
  • I just love this one.
  • Great Song, great Bob Dylan at his best..... I can't stop to listen
  • Nah, if anyone says Dylan can't sing; Moonshiner's the best answer. But this comes close, I suppose...
  • This is one of the greatest songs ever made. Incredible great.
  • Beautiful vocal here. I didn't know about this song til I saw NDH, can't believe I missed out on some of his finest work from his early folk period.
  • I can't believe I made it through so many years without hearing this beautiful song.
  • One of Bob Dylans best, just awesome.

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