Album: The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961-1991 (1991)
  • Wallflower, wallflower
    Won't you dance with me?
    I'm sad and lonely too.
    Wallflower, wallflower
    Won't you dance with me?
    I'm fallin' in love with you.

    Just like you I'm wondrin' what I'm doin' here.
    Just like you I'm wondrin' what's goin' on.

    Wallflower, wallflower
    Won't you dance with me?
    The night will soon be gone.

    I have seen you standing in the smoky haze
    And I know that you're gonna be mine one of these days,
    Mine alone.

    Wallflower, wallflower
    Take a chance on me.
    Please let me ride you home. Writer/s: BOB DYLAN
    Publisher: BOB DYLAN MUSIC CO
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