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Bob Dylan — New Morning
Album: New Morning
Avg rating:
5.8

Your rating:
Total ratings: 300









Released: 1970
Length: 3:52
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Can’t you hear that rooster crowin’?
Rabbit runnin’ down across the road
Underneath the bridge where the water flowed through
So happy just to see you smile
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you


Can’t you hear that motor turnin’?
Automobile comin’ into style
Comin’ down the road for a country mile or two
So happy just to see you smile
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you


The night passed away so quickly
It always does when you’re with me

Can’t you feel that sun a-shinin’?
Groundhog runnin’ by the country stream
This must be the day that all of my dreams come true
So happy just to be alive
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you


So happy just to be alive
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you
New morning . . .
Comments (15)add comment
he's singing about roosters crowing

ya can't beat that

I’m a huge Bob fan, by this sounds like an Sesame Street track....
Oh, this was enjoyable! Didn't know that song before and the warm voice, melody and lyrics are so much in sync, I had the scene vividly in mind.
Keep playing Dylan, Bill, no matter what the haters say! More people need to hear him.
 saellig668552 wrote:
very cheerful, and very warm produced 

i know music is a matter of taste - and only a matter of taste

but c'omon to rate this a 1 - this states more about the listener than the artist...

sorry nothing personnel - but really...
 
Of course, ratings are ALL about the listener and their opinion. Has this ever not been true??
Happy birthday Bob. Here's a 10.
 Milesxl wrote:
this is how...
 

 saellig668552 wrote:
very cheerful, and very warm produced 

i know music is a matter of taste - and only a matter of taste

but c'omon to rate this a 1 - this states more about the listener than the artist...

sorry nothing personnel - but really...
 
Rate it how you hear it. This is garbage. sir Bob or not.
very cheerful, and very warm produced 

i know music is a matter of taste - and only a matter of taste

but c'omon to rate this a 1 - this states more about the listener than the artist...

sorry nothing personnel - but really...
hear Dylan - put 10 )
 nomnol wrote:
How can Dylan be less than 7?     Because it is a garbage track...
 

 nomnol wrote:
How can Dylan be less than 7?  And I am a massive fan too
 
Hello there Bob, here's a 9
Was this song just posted? How the heck does it start off with a 5.3 rating?!
How can Dylan be less than 7?