Motorpsycho Nitemare

(Bob Dylan)

From the album: Another Side Of Bob Dylan (1964)

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Bill "Then in comes his daughter Whose name was Rita. She looked like she stepped out of La Dolce Vita. I immediately tried to cool it With her dad, And told him what a Nice, pretty farm he had. He said, what do doctors Know about farms, pray tell? I said, I was born At the bottom of a wishing well." I love that last line "Born at the Bottom of a wishing well." That is the best title for a Bio of Bob Dylan!!! Mar 19, 2009
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2 Black Crow Blues (Bob Dylan)
3 Spanish Harlem Incident (Bob Dylan)
4 Chimes of Freedom (Bob Dylan)
5 I Shall Be Free, No. 10 (Bob Dylan)
6 To Ramona (Bob Dylan)
7 Motorpsycho Nitemare (Bob Dylan)
8 My Back Pages (Bob Dylan)
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