The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest (5:32)

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  • Lord_Kur

    it reminds me of Motorsycho Nightmare in which he goes through a huge story very detailed then in the last part of each song the simple moral is revealed. kinda makes you grin, lol

    10 nov. 2013 Répondre
  • bucolicdream

    The moral of this story, the moral of this song, is simply that one should not be where one does not belong. The last verse is the best.

    31 août 2013 Répondre
  • gombost

    So when you see your neighbor carrying something help him with his load.

    11 jui. 2013 Répondre
  • ralfsu

    Don't go mistaking paradise for that home across the road....

    23 juin 2013 Répondre
  • yogijohn888

    i don't call it anything, said Frankie Lee with a smile.... I once knew a sailboat building fella, wore a fedora all the time, who while normally tending to stammer a little, could recite these lyrics perfectly from memory, especially when a little high. I think it's one of Bob's best.

    18 juin 2012 Répondre
  • theduckfish

    I just can't understand this song, it's bizarre in its use of dialogue, it has no real hints about its symbolic content, it truly stretches the language to its extremes. But how i love it...

    28 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • Adrian347

    these chords become hypnotic after the first two minutes or so

    9 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • nocturana

    ever written, bit strong TheFat.........whatever?

    31 mars 2012 Répondre
  • TheFatChocobo

    Probably one of the most interesing & accomplished three-chord songs ever written! It's a long song for just three of 'em, but they never once get old...

    23 fév. 2012 Répondre
  • christibear

    a song to skip and frolic to

    13 fév. 2012 Répondre
  • ralfsu

    One of the Dylan songs I just can't crack

    28 déc. 2011 Répondre
  • ColorBlindBlues

    Dylan is the man

    21 août 2011 Répondre
  • Uncut_Rubber

    I'm a big fan of Bob Dylan, but I can't really say I like this song. The music is incredibly monotonous, and the lyrics bounce this way and that without really meaning anything in the end. Still, I listen to it every now and then - because, as a Priest fan, it's amusing to hear Bobby sing about "Judas Priest"...

    11 mai 2011 Répondre
  • bostoncrab

    what a lovely ode to communism

    2 mai 2011 Répondre
  • Vantaig

    And here comes Judas Priest!

    23 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • senorhippie

    This is one of my faves by B. D. Thanks, Bobby Darrin!

    21 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • branchong

    Skipping along my brain nobules. so happy.

    13 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • AndreDias164

    @King_Creole_35 yep,yes its true :)

    1 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • PeeledApples

    so fucking good.

    26 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • todayistheday_

    this was the song that made me realise the brilliance of Dylan

    12 fév. 2010 Répondre
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