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Oh my name it ain't nothin'
My age it means less
The country I come from
Is called the Midwest

Testo di Bob Dylan - With God on Our Side


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  • what a good point made here. A bit of a depressing song, but bob is again correct. We are always proud and we say we are a christian nation and yet we do all this destruction. I love how he went through most of the wars haha! we cause disasters and than we are proud of it. We do it up to today. and we say we do it for such and such good reasons. but then again, as some say the winners tell the history.
  • Listening to Mr Dylan's 3rd album "The times they are a-changin'" released January 13, 1964 two months after Kennedy was assassinated. From the Only Solitaire Review: Apparently, Mr. Zimmerman was experiencing lots of indirect pressure from his folk music colleagues (and folks down at the record company as well) who wanted to have him put forth a real protest song album - you know, no obscure metaphorical shite like 'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall', too artsy and indirect to be appreciated by those whoe believed in music as a political instrument. Bobbie, then, who was writing songs at a dozen per cigarette and already had a good batch of protest songs in store at the time of release of Freewheelin', was quite willing to oblige. And that's exactly what you get - ten protest songs with straightahead, generic, unsophisticated (by Bob's own standards of 1964) lyrics.
  • I don't think it's dated at all. In fact, I think it's particularly poignant now.
  • No me canso
  • isn't it great
  • Dated as shit, but I'm obsessed with it right now for some reason.
  • What a powerful song and true statement
  • can still remember the first time i heard this... wow, what a song
  • Hey. Thank you.
  • \/ Jesus told me. \/

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