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with the sounds of Fran
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ois Villon / echoin thru my mad streets / as I stumble on lost cigars / of Bertolt Brecht / an empty bottles / of Brendan Behan / the hypnotic words / of A.L. Loyd / each one bendin like it's own song / an the woven spell of Paul Clayton / entrancin me like China's plague / unescapable / drownin in the lungs of Edith Piaf / an in the mystery of Marlene Dietrich / the dead poems of Eddie Freeman / love songs of Allen Ginsberg / an jail songs of Ray Bremser / the narrow tunes of Modigliani / an the singin plains of Harry Jackson / the cries of Charles Aznavour / with the melodies of Yevtushenko / thru the quiet fire of Miles Davis / above the bells of William Blake / and beat visions of Johnny Cash / and the saintliness of Pete Seeger 
- from the sleeve notes to the album The Times They Are A-Changin', released in January 1964 by Colombia Records. 

for françoise hardy / at the seine's edge / of a giant shadow / of the notre dame / seeks t grab my foot / sorbonne students / whirl by on thin bicycles
- from the sleeve notes to the album Another Side of Bob Dylan, released in August 1964 by Colombia Records. 

lenny bruce shows his seventh / avenue hand made movies, while a / bunch of women sneak little white / tablets into shoes, stockings, hats / an other hidin places. newspapers tell neither. 
- from the sleeve notes to the album Another Side of Bob Dylan, released in August 1964 by Colombia Records. 

i take allen ginsberg t meet fantastic / great beautiful artist an no trespassin / boards block up all there is t see. 
- from the sleeve notes to the album Another Side of Bob Dylan, released in August 1964 by Colombia Records. 

joe b. stuart / white southern poet / holds me up / we charge thru casa / blazin jukebox / gumbo overflowin / get kicked out of colored bar 
- from the sleeve notes to the album Another Side of Bob Dylan, released in August 1964 by Colombia Records. 




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