The Coming of AgeTell Me Again
Psychedelic folk HyperLink
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Monday, March 22, 2021 8:55:32 PM
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Monday, March 22, 2021 8:55:32 PM
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The Best of Time's
The Quieter Side of Father Time
ROOT Radio Desperado


Tell me again your version of that story
Tell me again how I was out of line
oh, I guess you could believe what that flock of sheep believes
but if you didn’t happen to notice, the truth was mine

Such misinterpretations couldn't be an accident
When you play your fool guitar you use distortion
You take every opportunity to pounce on what I say
Yeah, you wanna hang me for doin' things
your friends do every day
When I point out your hypocrisy you wish I'd go away
oh, but you're the one who blew it out of proportion

Tell me again your reasons for such lying
tell me again why you had to stoop so low
is the rumor mill your beacon
well then you should not be freakin
when I have to expose you for goin’ with the flow

All your accusations are just jealousy contrived
cause i glow and maybe you are meant to follow
oh, you've labelled me with everything you ever could by now
i must thank you for desensitizing me, it's just as well
oh your hate has made me stronger, and it's left you in a shell
only hoping that i won't speak and make you swallow

Tell me again your version of that story
C'mon Tell me again that calculated spin
oh you really do inspire me to come out and say you're lying
There's no other category to put you in

oh, I’ve become your conscience, it’s a sweet sight to behold
that I don’t even mind that you still do your dissin
you thought you’d teach me something
but I’ve moved the whole damned herd
and I kept it entertaining all the while as it occurred
though you never did find it funny
when you got caught up in my words
it turns out as time goes on, you can’t help but listen x
Song Comments

The Quieter Side of Father Time
the great Dylan song that I wrote and sang.

The Best of Time's
Belongs on Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisted

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