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Shot Of Love

(Bob Dylan)

From the album: Shot Of Love (1981)

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2 comments

Hobsbawn Powerful singing, top drawer Dylan song. May 19, 2011
Jeremy It took me years before I fell in love with this song, and before I got a hint what it is about. In a "between-songs-rap" during one of the gospel shows in 1980, Dylan speaks of a freind, who said that he couldn´t be a christian because he wasn´t able to love his enemy. As any reader of the Bible knows, Jesus want us to love - not only our friends and those near and dear to us - but also our enemies. (Matt 5:44). I think the lyrics are about this struggle. "There´s a man who hates me/And he´s swift smooth and near/Am I supposed to set back/ And wait until he´s here?/ I need a shot of love!" The music is geat as well. Edgy, raw, soul and rock n roll. Jan 06, 2009
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Track Song
1 Shot Of Love (Bob Dylan)
2 Heart of Mine (Bob Dylan)
3 Property Of Jesus (Bob Dylan)
4 Lenny Bruce (Bob Dylan)
5 Watered-Down Love (Bob Dylan)
6 The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar (Bob Dylan)
7 Dead Man, Dead Man (Bob Dylan)
8 In The Summertime (Bob Dylan)
9 Trouble (Bob Dylan)
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Shot Of Love appears on these albums
Year Album
1981 Shot Of Love
2017 The Bootleg Series Vol. 13: Trouble No More (1979-1981)
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