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On A Rainy Afternoon (Glasgow Hotel)

(Does She Need Me?)

Bob Dylan © 1967

18 May 1966
MP3 Songs

North British Station hotel, Glasgow UK - 19.may.1966  

Mostly undecipherable and clearly unfinished transcription 

see another transcription at Tony Attwood: ''Untold Dylan 

As you're walkin' in the morning
Honey, you come home
I'll be on my way for long, forlorn
You just can't go

I will get it if i have to
If i have to please come home
Try, but i'll be dry, and i crave you
If i haunt you back all day, right

Carry my trouble
Yes you got it my mind
I'll try to tell you, if i can't come in
And i must stay true there

And i'll be happy in the morning
I try my best, i will try to help you
If i can and i leave it too
But i just can't find you away
Won't you time away 

Dylan: Play the bridge
Dylan: Play the bridge again

That's the way i think she told me [?]
Heart bent on me [?]
I'll be out all morning for you
But you can't stop me

Yes, i try my best to please you
Try my best but if i fail
You must help me to see you
As i go by...

Dylan: No, it's twice as slow. Twice as slow. It's too fast. 
Yeah, but it can go in there, man, but it's just gonna be twice as slow as that. 
I'll fit the words in, same words, but it's gonna be twice as slow. Play every chord about twice as slow
Dylan: OK. let's try it again.

Now if you can send me a letter
I'll be on my way to get it for you
I'll be with my sister too
I can't find me what to do

Yes, i've been trying to get a message
To you, but you have to treat me
I won't let her to
And then i try my best to hunt her, you [...fades out] 

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18 May 1966 1MP3 Songs