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  • nick_honest

    a masterpiece

    19 dias atrás
  • flavor_country

    royal albert hall vers of this is perfect and everything

    Mês passado
  • porcelainstars

    I just love this beautiful song.....one of my favorites by Bob Dylan. [2]

    Mês passado
  • bohemian_chic

    maio 2014
  • SpiritHope

    My favorite B.;D. song.

    maio 2014
  • mklinsao

    Great song.

    abril 2014
  • Nationalbuzz

    This song is so amazing that it sounds decent even on "Live at Budokan" album.

    setembro 2013
  • BlueOclock

    I just love this beautiful song.....one of my favorites by Bob Dylan.

    agosto 2013
  • samforshort

    Love the outro.

    julho 2013
  • Abkeda

    Happy Birthday Mr. Zimmerman!!! And many more....

    maio 2013
  • JR1391

    awesome singer

    maio 2013
  • Phoenix_33

    beautiful and relaxed song

    abril 2013
  • KommisarK

    I was hungry and it was your world.

    março 2013
  • BlueOclock

    Beautiful song

    janeiro 2013
  • wolfy76484

    ,3

    novembro 2012
  • donutsss

    With her fog, her amphetamine and her pearls

    novembro 2012
  • wolfy76484

    The older I get the more I appreciate Dylan..and I don't mean that rabbit...

    agosto 2012
  • petermacinnis

    like this? you might like this: http://rotherwood.bandcamp.com/album/lonely-lights-of-london plus it's free...

    julho 2012
  • leeisfreee

    describing my break-up so perfectly

    julho 2012
  • wolfy76484

    So old..SO good!!

    julho 2012
  • Druid66

    He's singing about how the woman he loved and lost has many moods and shades to her personality; if anything, that demonstrates that he sees her as a real, three-dimensional person. Not sexist in the least.

    junho 2012
  • bodevanlot

    One of my favorite Dylan tracks. Unforgettable lyrics.

    maio 2012
  • mrzigge

    Rolling Thunder version <3 "Just Like A Woman?" Ok, we'll try it.." and then perfection.

    maio 2012
  • fancykatya

    The more I hear Dylan the more I love him so much~

    maio 2012
  • sajmon153

    witam . odbendzie sie festywal W MIEJSCOWOSCI Kent w angli,koncert.BOB DYLAN. WARTO OBEJRZEC. SAJMON

    maio 2012
  • Ariues

    did i say clapton? i meant dylan

    maio 2012
  • ladycaroledowns

    Good song, thanks Jem :-)

    março 2012
  • papabear0121

    I don't always understand what Bob's saying, but I always understand his music.

    fevereiro 2012
  • Ariues

    if i smoked weed as much as i used to id probably be all over clapton. i just dont get it man sorry

    fevereiro 2012
  • pharmman52

    comments not required just listen

    fevereiro 2012
  • Harry_01

    The song is perfect.

    janeiro 2012
  • glassjimmy

    How is this song sexist? Listen to that line 'please don't let on that you knew me when...'that line is full of self doubt. It's like he's feeling the same emotions as the girl, but he's able to approach it from a more philosophical and understanding perspective. Consider Dylan's own quotes when he says that unless he actually lived the situation, the lyrics could never be true to him, so let's assume that he lived this situation and was able to get so much out of it. This song has everything: love, beauty, anger, condescension, regret, self doubt, fear and ultimately an understanding, albeit a bit of an arrogant understanding. But that's how relationships are, I guess it's really how you interpret the way he says baby...is it from an affectionate or condescending perspective?

    janeiro 2012
  • melat0nin

    Even if he was differentiating on gender, what's wrong with writing a love song about women, given they are the subject of his life's romances? He's hardly going to write something in that sense about men, if he's never been romantically involved with one. Not everything that highlights gender (particularly from an individual's subjective position) is sexist. Lighten up ffs.

    janeiro 2012
  • AlCapwnUK

    the only word for this is transplendid, it's transplendid!

    janeiro 2012
  • jackacorney

    This song isn't sexist. He says "woman" to differentiate between age, not gender. Hence why he says "little girl".

    janeiro 2012
  • mrsongbird

    Great lyrics ! one of Bob"s best !!!

    janeiro 2012
  • JTLDN

    Mascadanator: just like a man.

    dezembro 2011
  • ark4real

    love this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdMmKeYkjno

    dezembro 2011
  • BlueOclock

    Simple, and beautiful

    dezembro 2011
  • KommisarK

    when we meet again introduced as friends, please don't let on that you knew me when I was hungry and it was your world [2]

    dezembro 2011
  • oldiesfanjohn

    was never big on Dylan growing up but as I got older I got to like a few of his songs...this is one !

    novembro 2011
  • Llamadactyl

    I adore this

    novembro 2011
  • Mascadanator

    Sexist? Yes. Idiot? No.

    novembro 2011
  • JTLDN

    sexist idiot.

    outubro 2011
  • vickypeterson

    when we meet again introduced as friends, please don't let on that you knew me when I was hungry and it was your world

    agosto 2011
  • ouliwen

    :)

    agosto 2011
  • khareen17

    ♫♪♫ She makes love just like a woman, yes she does / And she aches just like a woman / But she breaks just like a little girl ♫♪♫

    julho 2011
  • PabloBlaBlero

    Oh Edie... [3] What a sad life she had, and how inspiring she become in that short amount of time.

    julho 2011
  • bobblydylan

    I fucking can't with the RTR 'Just Like A Woman's. Flawless as f. They were so coked out but the results were so good and raw.

    junho 2011
  • Nakkinak

    Oh Edie... [2]

    maio 2011