One Too Many Mornings

Album: The Times They are A-Changin' (1964)


  • This song is a last hurrah to the singer's departed lover, who's not coming back despite his efforts. Who the lover is in Dylan's life changes from 1964 as Suze Rotolo to 1966, when the former lover becomes Dylan's disgruntled folk fans. Dylan uses this song as a way to tell his angry fans that he's not coming back. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Henry - Baltimore, MD

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn April 9, 1966, the Beau Brummels performed their covered version of "One Too Many Mornings" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-afternoon program, 'American Bandstand'...
    One month later on May 29th, 1966 the song entered Billboard's Top 100 chart at position #96, the next week it peaked at #95, and the following it remained at #95, that was also it's third and last week on the Top 100...
    Between December 1965 and June 1966 the San Francisco-area band had six records on the Top 100 chart, one made the Top 10, "Just A Little"*, it peaked at #8 {for 1 week} on May 30th, 1965...
    Besides the above two, their four other Top 100 records were "Laugh, Laugh" {#15}, "You Tell Me Why" {#38}, "Don't Talk To Strangers" {#52}, and "Good Time Music" {#97}, and all four charted in 1965...
    * And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, besides the Beau-Brummells' "Just A Little", in 1965 there were two other records on the Top 100 with 'Just A Little' in their titles, "Just A Little Bit Better" by Herman’s Hermits {it peaked at #7 for 2 weeks} and "It's Just A Little Bit Too Late" by Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders {it reached #45 for 1 week}.
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