Tidbits: Man Of Constant Sorrow
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Man Of Constant Sorrow (Tidbits)
- From No Direction Home, by Robert Shelton; pg. 120:
- Dylan has rewritten the version that was being sung in
the early 1960s by The New Lost City Ramblers, Baez, and others.
The place of origin becomes Colorado. Reflecting problems with
Suze's mother, he has changed "Your friends may think I'm a
stranger" to "Your mother says I'm a stranger."
- The sheet music in the songbook "Bob Dylan Himself"
contains two verses Dylan does not sing on the album "Bob Dylan"