Seven Days

Album: The Bootleg Series, Volume 3: Rare and Unreleased (1991)
  • The basic summary is that Dylan is longing for some girl who has left him, like Suze Rotolo. However, this would be impossible seeing that they've been broken up for about 15 years. Not to mention he's been married probably twice. The song is more likely just some general scenario that Dylan put along with a catchy tune. >>
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    henry - baltimore, MD
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