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April 28, 2020

 

 

 

 

‘Times They Are A-Changin’ &’ Subterranean Homesick Blues’ –

(the first two of sixteen UK chart hits, on CBS),

for Robert Zimmerman, known as Bob Dylan,

in 65, both at No.9, hot off the press.

 

Still in 65, ‘Maggie’s Farm’ followed, peaking at No.22,

with ‘Like A Rollong Stone’ & ‘Positively Fourth Street’ –

reaching No.4 & No.8 consecutively, ending 65,

as 66, turned up the heat.

 

‘Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window’, made No.17,

and ‘One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)’, was at No.33.

Next came ‘Rainy Day Women Nos.12 & 35’ – a Top 10, at No.7,

and closing 66, ‘I Want You’, a No.16 hit, was to be.

 

In 69, ‘I Threw It All Away’, a Top 30,

and ‘Lay Lady Lay’ – a Top 5.

In 71,’Watching The River Flow’, peaked at No.24,

and in 73, ‘Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door’, at No.14, did arrive.

 

In 76, ‘Hurricane’, reached No.43,

and in 78, ‘Baby Stop Crying’, peaked at No.13.

Also in 78, ‘Is Your Love In Vain’, made No.56 –

being his last hit on CBS seen.

 

In 95, now on Columbia,

‘Dignity’, claimed a No.33 slot.

And in 98, ‘Love Sick’, peaked at No.64,

and in 2000, ‘Things Have To Change’, made the No.58 spot.

 

In 07, ‘Most Likely You Go Your Way’,

reached No.51, for this beloved man.

And in 2010, ‘Must Be Santa’,

rose to No.41, as another decade began.

 

 

 

 

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