I'm not a huge fan of Blonde on Blonde, but this song is terrific! The lyrics are strange, of course, but I think there's a more intelligent & playful (or intelligently playful) sensibility at work here than on a lot of the electric era surrealism. And lest it go unmentioned, the early outtake is at least as good as the released version! Then there's Hard Rain... can't go wrong with this number, basically.
What can I usefully say about this song? Just exquisite, like most of his songs. But why do so few people listen to the Heretics album, the one with Jokerman and Neighbourhood Bully, which I've never heard on Last?