Thursday, August 20, 2015

Walkin' Down the Line

Time for walking shoes.
Troubled man, troubled woman.
She's sick, he's walkin'.

This is a short folk song about wandering, women and money from 1963. Dylan wrote it and performed it in a demo form for the Witmark publishing company, and it was commercially released in 1991 on the first edition of the Bootleg Series.

1. He's walking, feet flying, mind troubled.
2. Gal: heavy-headed. Not feeling well. Feeling better? Time will tell.
3. Money: comes/goes. Holes/pockets/clothes.
4. Sunrise: I saw it. Didn't sleep all night.
5. Shoes: the walking variety. Can't lose with these shoes, though I got the blues.




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