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Bob Dylan

“Crossing the Rubicon” by Bob Dylan

“Crossing the Rubicon” is a colloquial phrase which points to the idea of an individual reaching a point where he or she cannot turn back. And the way Bob Dylan uses it in this song seems...

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“Key West (Philosopher Pirate)” by Bob Dylan

Key West is actually a city in Florida. But more to the point of this song it represents the singer’s dream residence – the place where he has retired, if you will. As such, there are two sentiments...

False Prophet

“False Prophet” by Bob Dylan

This is another deep, indeed we can even say esoteric song from Bob Dylan. For example, it is obvious at certain points that he is speaking to the concept of the afterlife. Also he delves into...

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“I Contain Multitudes” by Bob Dylan

The title of this song (“I Contain Multitudes”) was derived from a Walt Whitman poem that was published way back in 1855. Said poem focuses on how the narrator is someone like an all-encompassing individual. And that is the same...