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Buckets Of Rain

(Bob Dylan)

From the album: Blood On The Tracks (1975)

 4.3/5 (348 votes)


roger I see this as the forbidden love song. There's this girl who is begging to be with him and he calls her bluff, "I'm taking you with me, honey baby, wanna go?" "Everything about you is bringin' me misery". Gold. May 20, 2011
Don Lehn Who said Bob never had a sense of humor???? After all the intensity of "Blood"...this rolls through the speakers...Then of course, Bob gets into Idiot Wind........ Jun 26, 2009
Bill Cohen This is a cute song that is quite catchy. He did this as couple with Bette Midler on one of her albums. He was singing a little slow for her and she said "Come On Bobby, Come on Bobby." She got him laughing so hard that he could hardly sing. The song was recorded on one of her albums. She and Dylan are friends from the old days in the Village. Jun 18, 2006
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Related songs & albums

All songs on Blood On The Tracks
Track Song
1 Tangled Up in Blue (Bob Dylan)
2 Simple Twist of Fate (Bob Dylan)
3 You're a Big Girl Now (Bob Dylan)
4 Idiot Wind (Bob Dylan)
5 You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go (Bob Dylan)
6 Meet Me In The Morning (Bob Dylan)
7 Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts (Bob Dylan)
8 If You See Her, Say Hello (Bob Dylan)
9 Shelter from the Storm (Bob Dylan)
10 Buckets Of Rain (Bob Dylan)
Buckets Of Rain appears on these albums
Year Album
1975 Blood On The Tracks