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Lyrics Album list News Singer Intro Related Video Grateful Dead Positively 4th Street You say I let you down you know it's not like that If you're so hurt why then don't you show it You say you lost your faith but that's not where it's at You had no faith to lose and you know it I know the reason that you talk behind my back I used to be among the crowd you're in with Do you take me for such a fool to think I'd make contact With the one who tries to hide what he don't know to begin with You see me on the street you always act surprised You say, 'How are you? Grateful Dead Miscellaneous 2 Album songs 1. New Speedway Boogie Fixed 2.
Discussion in ' Music Corner ' started by cvila , Sep 2, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Location: USA. Fifteen of those interpretations have been collected for a two-disc set, "Ladder to the Stars: Garcia Plays Dylan," due Oct. Location: OH.
Billboard Hot , and No. The song was released between Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde , as the follow-up to Dylan's hit single " Like a Rolling Stone ", but was not included on either album. The master take of "Positively 4th Street" was recorded on July 29, , during the mid-June to early August recording sessions that produced all of the material that appeared on Dylan's album, Highway 61 Revisited. Although the song was recorded during the Highway 61 Revisited sessions, and shares much stylistically with the tracks on that album, it was saved for a single-only release, eventually charting in the top ten on both sides of the Atlantic. In a Bristol music promoter purchased an old KB Discomatic jukebox that had once belonged to John Lennon during the mids. A copy of Dylan's "Positively 4th Street" single was found among the 41 7" singles loaded onto the machine.