It's All Good

Album: Together Through Life (2009)
  • The title on this sarcastic apocalypse party song is also the adopted catch phrase of the American bluesman Seasick Steve.
  • In an article published on his website, the critic Bill Flanagan commented to Dylan that he uses the song's New Age cliché title as a hook, before asking how it got started. Dylan replied: "Probably from hearing the phrase one too many times."
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