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Talkin' World War III Blues by Bob Dylan
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    Some time ago a crazy dream came to me, 
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    I dreamt I was walkin' into World War Three, 
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    I went to the doctor the very next day 
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    To see what kinda words he could say. 
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    He said it was a bad dream. 
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    I wouldn't worry 'bout it none, though, 
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    They were my own dreams and they're only in my head. 
    I said, "Hold it, Doc, a World War passed through my brain."
    He said, "Nurse, get your pad, the boy's insane,"
    He grabbed my arm, I said "Ouch!"
    As I landed on the psychiatric couch,
    He said, "Tell me about it."
    Well, the whole thing started at 3 o'clock fast,
    It was all over by quarter past.
    I was down in the sewer with some little lover
    When I peeked out from a manhole cover
    Wondering who turned the lights on us.
    Well, I got up and walked around
    up and down the lonesome town.
    I stood a-wondering which way to go,
    I lit a cigarette on a parking meter
    And walked on down the road.
    It was a normal day.
    Well, I rung the fallout shelter bell
    And I leaned my head and I gave a yell,
    "Give me a string bean, I'm a hungry man."
    A shotgun fired and away I ran.
    I don't blame them too much though,
    they didn't know me.
    Down at the corner by a hot-dog stand
    I seen a man,
    I said, "Howdy friend, I guess there's just us two."
    He screamed a bit and away he flew.
    Thought I was a Communist.
    Well, I spied me a girl and before she could leave,
    I said: "Let's go and play Adam and Eve."
    I took her by the hand and my heart it was thumpin'
    When she said, "Hey man, you crazy or sumpin',
    You see what happened last time they started."
    Well, I seen a Cadillac window uptown
    And there was nobody aroun',
    I got into the driver's seat
    And I drove 42nd Street
    In my Cadillac.
    Good car to drive after a war.
    Well, I remember seein' some ad,
    So I turned on my Conelrad.
    But I didn't pay my Con Ed bill,
    So the radio didn't work so well.
    Turned on my record player -
    It was Rock-A-Day Johnny singin',
    "Tell Your Ma, Tell Your Pa,
    Our Loves Are Gonna Grow Ooh-wah, Ooh-wah."
    I was feelin' kinda lonesome and blue,
    I needed somebody to talk to.
    So I called up the operator of time
    Just to hear a voice of some kind.
    "When you hear the beep
    It will be three o'clock,"
    She said that for over an hour
    And I hung it up.
    Well, the doctor interrupted me just about then,
    Sayin, "Hey I've been havin' the same old dreams,
    But mine was a little different you see.
    I dreamt that the only person left after the war was me.
    I didn't see you around."
    Well, now time passed and now it seems
    Everybody's having them dreams.
    Everybody sees themselves walkin' around with no one else.
    Half of the people can be part right all of the time,
    and some of the people can be all right part of the time,
    but all of the people can't be all right all of the time.
    I think Abraham Lincoln said that.
    "I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours,"
    I said that.