Most Of The Time

(Bob Dylan)

From the album: Oh Mercy (1989)
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 4.4/5 (325 votes)

4 comments

Hernan from Buenos Aires One of Dylan's great songs. Very emotional and subtle at the same time. Bob managed to bare his soul and feelings in such an inspired way. To top it all, the song doesn't lack a little bit of occasional humor. Beautifully sung and produced. Included in one of my favorite albums. This man of a million words is larger than life! I've been listening to him for 40 years now -he's become an old friend of mine I'm proud of. Jul 03, 2014 Jul 03, 2014
David Dixon Another great and wistful song of regret and loss. There is a world of hurt contained in the times when "most of the time" can't pull him through. Dec 20, 2007
David Weiss still has his faith of himself ..wonderful deep . finally a song worthy of the top 15........ Mar 31, 2006
Bill Cohen I think that this is a love song to his former wife who he seems to never stopped loving. His son Jakob said that many of Dylan's love songs are really to Jakob's mother. One of his songs- If you see her say hello- seems to have the same feeling of love and loss. Feb 03, 2006
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Most Of The Time appears on these albums
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1989 Oh Mercy
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