Seen by some as a follow-up to Positively 4th Street. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" Track Info. Written By Bob Dylan. Recorded At CBS 30th Street Studio. Release Date December 21, 1965. Cover By. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? by The Hold Steady.
Written by: Bob Dylan. He sits in your room, his tomb, with a fist full of tacks Preoccupied with his vengeance Cursing the dead that can’t answer him back I’m sure that he has no intentions Of looking your way, unless it’s to say That he needs you to test his inventions
He looks so truthful, is this how he feels Trying to peel the moon and expose it With his businesslike anger and his bloodhounds that kneel If he needs a third eye he just grows it He just needs you to talk or to hand him his chalk Or pick it up after he throws it. Can you please crawl out your window? Use your arms and legs it won't ruin you How can you say he will haunt you? You can go back to him any time you want to. Why does he look so righteous while your face is so changed Are you frightened of the box you keep him in While his genocide fools and his friends rearrange Their religio.
Hey come crawl out your window Use your hands and legs it won’t ruin you How can you say he will haunt you? You can go back to him any time you want to. So the message is clear. From the lyrics the singer is obviously saying, he’s useless, and you are being stupid by moaning about him. Pick yourself up, start living, and stop this whining. You can do what you want. Come on out and play in the dark. 6: You might also like: A classification of Bob Dylan’s songs and partial Index to Dylan’s Best Opening Lines. This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Maybe Someday – the forgotten masterpiece. 90 miles an hour down a dead end street →. 9 Responses to Can you please crawl out your window?
Every studio album released by Dylan prior to the appearance of this box set is represented by at least one track, with the exceptions of Self Portrait, Dylan, Desire, Infidels, and Empire Burlesque, although two songs from Desire appear in live versions and "Abandoned Love" is from the Desire sessions. The set comes accompanied with a 36-page booklet, containing rare photos and liner notes by Cameron Crowe, who interviews Dylan about each of the tracks . All tracks written by Bob Dylan except "Baby Let Me Follow You Down" by Gary Davis, Dave Van Ronk, and Eric von Schmidt, and both "Isis" and "Romance in Durango" by Dylan and Jacques Levy. Disc one ends with "I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)," and disc two begins with "Visions of Johanna. Disc three begins with "Caribbean Wind. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" A-side single, December 1965.
Album: The Best of The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12. Release year: 1965. Bob Dylan - Medicine Sunday 01:00. Bob Dylan - California 03:04. Album: The Best of The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. Bob Dylan: best 2 tracks. Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin' The Times They Are A-Changin', 2018 03:16.
Intro: G C D G D He sits in your room, his tomb with a fistful of tacks Am C Preoccupied with his vengeance G D Cursing the dead that can't answer him back Am C You know that he has no intentions D Of looking your way, unless its to say Am C That he needs you to test his inventions
He looks so truthful, is this how he feels Trying to peel the moon and expose it With his businesslike anger and his bloodhounds that kneel If he needs a third eye he just grows it He just needs you to talk or to hand him his chalk Or pick it up after he throws it.
|A||Subterranean Homesick Blues|
|B||She Belongs To Me|
|C||Like A Rolling Stone|
|D||Gates Of Eden|
|E||Positively 4th Street|
|F||From A Buick 6|
|G||Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window|
|H||Highway 61 Revisited|
|88697 97711 7||Bob Dylan||Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (4x7", Single, Mono, M/Print + Box, Ltd)||Columbia, Legacy||88697 97711 7||US||2011|