"Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" is the last song on the Bob Dylan album Blonde on Blonde, which was released in 1966.
It is written as a list song that comes back to a chorus line at the end of each stanza. The song is filled almost entirely with poetic symbols, such as in the first line "with your mercury mouth / in the missionary times".
For his Dylan biography, Bob Dylan: Behind The Shades, Take Two (2000), Clinton Heylin interviewed… read more
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