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By Bob Dylan, Arthur Dick

Decide up your acoustic guitar and strum in addition to the backing tracks to 6 vintage Dylan songs: Visions of Johanna * knotted up in Blue * similar to a girl * Lay woman Lay * issues Have replaced * you are a massive woman Now.

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