Black Crow Blues

Album: Another Side Of Bob Dylan (1964)
  • Woke in the mornin', wanderin'
    Weary and worn out
    I woke in the mornin', wanderin'
    Weary and worn out
    Wishin' my long-lost lover
    Would walk to me, talk to me
    Tell me what it's all about

    I was standin' at the side road
    Listenin' to the billboard knock
    Standin' at the side road
    Listenin' to the billboard knock
    Well, my wrist was empty
    But my nerves were kickin'
    Tickin' like a clock

    If I got anything you need, babe
    Let me tell you in front
    If I got anything you need, babe
    Let me tell you in front
    You can come to me sometime
    Night time, day time
    Any time you want

    Sometimes I'm thinkin'
    I'm too high to fall
    Sometimes I'm thinkin'
    I'm much too high to fall
    Other times I'm thinkin'
    I'm so low I don't know
    If I can come up at all

    Black crows in the meadow
    Sleeping across a broad highway
    Black crows in the meadow
    Across a broad highway
    Though it's funny, honey
    I'm out of touch, don't feel much
    Like a Scarecrow today Writer/s: BOB DYLAN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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