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  • Recently I've bought a new pair of headphones (DT 770 Pro) and it revealed the so far hidden beauties of the version found on Oh Mercy.
  • Fuck you, Bob Dylan
  • I'm a big folk music fan but the work his did here (on oh mercy version) Is perfect. The Tell Tale Signs is good but this one is one of his best songs
  • Oh Mercy's version is good, but both versions on Tell Tale Signs are better.
  • But eight years later: "Every day your memory grows dimmer. It don't haunt me like it did before."
  • Great song.
  • Not anymore Bob... not anymore...
  • goose bumps, every-time
  • I don't cheat on myself
  • Bootleg series vol 8 version is so much better than the oh mercy one.
  • Fucking solid cameo in High Fidelity. I echo Stjaernstoft's thoughts though-- any similar later-Dylan gems?
  • I am loving, of course, the acoustic version on Tell Tale Signs. cause I'm a folk purist and all. JUDAS!!!!!!! (I jest, the album version is good too)
  • loves it
  • Another masterpiece from mr. Dylan!
  • Brilliant song heard it first on the High fidelity soundtrack
  • love the bass
  • Beautiful. Nearly freaked out when I heard it in High Fidelity.
  • One of Dylan's greatest songs. The whole record (Oh Mercy) is very underrated.
  • Agreed, Cody. Definitely one of Dylan's most underrated gems.
  • This hit me so hard when I heard it in High Fidelity... personal Dylan-favorite, great lyrics..
  • There's got to be a lot of great newer Dylan songs like this that I've never heard. I imagine they all just didn't fit into the High Fidelity soundtrack. I've got to dig deeper.
  • great song. IMO the Oh Mercy version kicks the shit out of the tell tale signs versions.
  • Dylan dont have to tell how it feels when its not 'most of the time'. Its underneath the words. Love!
  • amazing, especially loving the tell tale signs version on disc 1.
  • terrible song.
  • This song has real emotion to it. I love it. ...and the guitar is amazing.
  • I really love the Tell Tale Signs version, its amazing the different tones each version has.
  • Nothing compares to the album version though - that awesome feedbacky guitar that floats through the Lanois produced band... stunning. God Tell Tale Signs is great, though.
  • The version on Tell Tale Signs is such an eye-opener. Dylan on acoustic & harp with a basic folky rhythm, and it works so brilliantly. I love the original too, but this version is amazing.
  • This track is brilliant. It shows how well Dylan's voice can work with ambient production.
  • How come that this is the first time I have heard this. It is brilliant
  • Despite being a fairly big Dylan fan I first heard it in High Fidelity - awesome track, in a great book and film!
  • This was the first Dylan-song I ever heard, or at least the first song by Dylan that I knew was Dylan's. It's great, and works very well in High Fidelity.
  • Very atmospheric.
  • Don't even remember what her lips felt like on mine, most of the time.
  • perfect
  • woowy, lovely.
  • Wow...
  • His best 80's song.
  • Definitely one of Bob's best. Just a great song.
  • this is the song that makes me believe people when they rant on about Dylan's genius, this song is genius.
  • This is one of Dylan's best songs ever. Perfect lyrics and his voice is just haunting. the production is perfect too.

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