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Author Charles Schoonmaker
Posted 3/9/03; 1:29:35 AM
Topic Lay, Lady, Lay
Msg# 3533 (in response to 1850)
Prev/Next 3531/3534
Reads 1677

Dave,

Just cruising through the changes page for fun stuff to diddle with and I came across this.  I like it better than my other arrangement in G.

 Also,  it jogged my memory of another  'Bobbie D'  tune I don't find listed.

I think the official title is,  'Like A Rolling Stone'.  It's one of his finest run of lyrics and like Lay Lady Lay,  it actually contains some music.

Simple but papable and fun too.

Chas.

 

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