Quote by Bob Dylan: “Even if you dont have all the things you want,...”
All I really want to do: the meaning of the music and the words
January 29, It probably not a coincidence that Dylan chose to debut this song at the Newport Folk Festival at a time when his fans were anticipating more of the serious-minded political songs that filled his previous album. Like Rainy Day , this song has both a serious and playful side. Rainy Day can be interpreted as a song about stoning and also about getting stoned. He starts the songs with a somber tone but towards the end stumbles over the lyrics, laughs, lets out few yodels, and blows an energetic harmonica solo.
Music, renewed Special Rider Music Official lyrics www. DYLAN No an' i ain't lookin' to fight with you Frighten you or uptighten you Drag you down or drain you down Chain you down or bring you down All i really want to do Is baby be friends with you. I aint lookin' to block you up Shock or knock or lock you up Analyse you, categorize you Finalize you or advertise you All i really want to do Is baby be friends with you. I don't want to straightface you Race or chase you, track or trace you Or disgrace you or displace you Or define you or confine you All I really want to do Is baby be friends with you.