How Does It Feel To Be On Your Own?

Hi Friends,

I listen to Pandora (the internet radio station) while I exercise. I usually walk every other day and ride my bicycle every other day. Listening to music makes exercising more enjoyable and the time passes more quickly.

Pandora let’s you choose the music you want to hear. For example, the Hall and Oates station features Hall and Oates recordings but also plays songs from Boz Skaggs, Steve Miller and Steely Dan. The assumption is: if you like Hall and Oates you probably like Skaggs, Miller and Steely Dan.

Yesterday morning I listened to the Bob Dylan station.  I forgot how many great songs Bob wrote. The station also played a couple of Neil Young songs but uncharacteristically the Bob Dylan station played almost nothing but Bob Dylan. I had never heard Bob Dylan’s song “Things Have Changed.”

Since yesterday morning I have listened to “Things Have Changed” a thousand times. Bob’s music is addictive. HIs lyrics are so conversational. “Yesterday morning I listened to the Bob Dylan station” sounds like a line out of one his songs.

Isn’t it great when you re-discover something you use to like and find that you still like it just as much.

A few years ago Bob Dylan was arrested by a 22 year old policewoman in Long Branch, New Jersey. Bob was in Long Branch to perform at the Ocean Place Resort with Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp. Before the concert Bob was walking by himself several blocks away from his hotel.  It was raining.

The policewoman that picked up Dylan thought he was an eccentric old man wandering the streets in the rain. She demanded to see his identification. He wasn’t carrying a wallet or any ID. He told her he was Bob Dylan but she didn’t put the name with the face. Bob had foreseen this coming many years earlier when he wrote “How does it feel to be on your own, a complete unknown?”

Of course when she called into the police station the older officers suggested she ask for his autograph rather than his ID.

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Best Wishes,

Manzie R Lawfer