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Floater (Too Much To Ask)

(Bob Dylan)

From the album: Love And Theft (2001)

 3.7/5 (95 votes)

1 comment

Mike Brennan This is a great song. One of his very best. It's all about everything and anything and nothing and something I can just about make out. It's a template of a song - you fill in the meaning it means to you. That's a wonderful idea. I don't hold with everyway the man has treated his fans but this song will go to the grave. I hear it for days then I have to shut it out. Oct 22, 2010
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1 Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (Bob Dylan)
2 Mississippi (Bob Dylan)
3 Summer Days (Bob Dylan)
4 Bye And Bye (Bob Dylan)
5 Lonesome Day Blues (Bob Dylan)
6 Floater (Too Much To Ask) (Bob Dylan)
7 High Water (Bob Dylan)
8 Moonlight (Bob Dylan)
9 Honest With Me (Bob Dylan)
10 Po' Boy (Bob Dylan)
11 Cry A While (Bob Dylan)
12 Sugar Baby (Bob Dylan)
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