When the rain Is blowing in your face And the whole world Is on your case I could offer you A warm embrace To make you feel my love
When the evening shadows And the stars appear And there is no one there To dry your tears I could hold you For a million years To make you feel my love
I know you Haven't made Your mind up yet But I would never Do you wrong I've known it From the moment That we met No doubt in my mind Where you belong
I'd go hungry I'd go black and blue I'd go crawling Down the avenue No, there's nothing That I wouldn't do To make you feel my love
The storms are raging On the rolling sea And on the highway of regret Though winds of change Are throwing wild and free You ain't seen nothing Like me yet
I could make you happy Make your dreams come true Nothing that I wouldn't do Go to the ends Of the Earth for you To make you feel my love
Writer/s: Bob Dylan
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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Sparky from London, United KingdomI prefer Adele's cover to either [Garth] Brooks and [Trisha] Yearwood. Have not heard the original by Dylan. That having been said it is a good song and yes it is depressing at times but then we can't always just have 'happy' tunes all the time can we?
Mike from Pittsburgh, PaBritain's Got Talent 2011 runner-up, 12 year old Ronan Parke , did a cover for the semi-finals ... he received a standing O from the crowd and judges. Very nice version from a talented young singer.
Leigh from Cape Town, South AfricaOn her dvd Live at the Royal Albert Hall, Adele dedicates this song to Amy Winehouse, saying how this was Amy's favourite song... very touching moment.
Jessica from Logan, UtThis song was also used in the season 6 finale of "Bones." Very well done!
Ben Dirks from Nijmegen, -Comment on the song; not on Adele: Manfred Mann covered quite a few Dylan songs [Mighty Quinn i.g.]. Bob Dylan played with The Band. This composition sounds [to me] a lot like Davy's on the road again [Simon / Robbie Robertson] .... Inspiration?!?
Joycemorrison from PhTrisha Yearwood also has a version in the Hope Floats album. pretty good, too. but tis a sad song, too, somehow.
Ariana Grande's collaboration with Zedd, "Break Free" came about after the Russian-German producer overheard Grande performing at a label showcase while he was backstage, and he mentioned to his team that he wanted to work with her.