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"It Ain't Me Babe" is the title of a 1964 song by Bob Dylan, first included on his album Another Side of Bob Dylan. The song's opening line ("Go away from my window…") is allegedly influenced by musicologist/folk-singer John Jacob Niles' composition "Go 'Way From My Window." Niles is referred to by Dylan as an early influence in his autobiography, Chronicles, Vol. 1. Clinton Heylin reports that a London Times reporter at a May 1964 Royal Festival Hall… read more

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    I've seen him a few times.......great song writer but not a great singer or guitar player but again a GREAT song writer.
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    Why do I like this?
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    cool Dylan classic
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    Screaming crowd on Real Live is astonishing! [2]
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    One of the best songs ever written. (2) and lyrics are...good
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    I love when it sounds like he lets out a little laugh in the middle.

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