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  1. Jul 19,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Bob Dylan - The Complete Album Collection Vol. One at Discogs. Complete your Bob Dylan collection/5(90).
  2. Bob Dylan (also known as Robert Allen Zimmerman) is the author of Lay Down Your Weary Tune. A one page preview of Lay Down Your Weary Tune can be seen for each available score by clicking on this button next to the relevant score. You can easily modify the instruments for which you are viewing all currently available sheet music scores.
  3. Lay down your weary tune, lay down, Lay down the song you strum, And rest yourself 'neath the strength of strings No voice can hope to hum. Struck by the sounds before the sun, I knew the night had gone. The morning breeze like a bugle blew Against the drums of dawn. Lay down your weary tune, lay down, Lay down the song you strum.
  4. "Lay Down Your Weary Tune" is a song written by Bob Dylan in He originally recorded it for his album The Times They Are a-Changin', but it was not released until on the Biograph box set. In the album liner notes, Dylan claims that in the song he was trying to capture the feeling of a Scottish ballad he had just heard on a 78 rpm record. The specific ballad Dylan was referring to has Genre: American folk music.
  5. Download and Print Lay Down Your Weary Tune sheet music for Guitar Chords/Lyrics by Bob Dylan from Sheet Music Direct.
  6. About "Lay Down Your Weary Tune" Digital sheet music for voice, piano or guitar NOTE: chords, lead sheet indications and lyrics may be included (please, check the first page above before to buy this item to see what's included). Publisher: Hal Leonard.
  7. Watch the video for Lay Down Your Weary Tune from Billy Bragg's Chimes of Freedom - The Songs of Bob Dylan (Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International) for free, .
  8. Lay down your weary tune, lay down, Lay down the song you strum, And rest yourself 'neath the strength of strings No voice can hope to hum. The last of leaves fell from the trees And clung to a new love's breast. The branches bare like a banjo played To the winds that listened best. I gazed down in the river's mirror And watched its winding strum.
  9. Read the Dylan Revisited - All Time Best wiki, detailing its background, how it features in Bob Dylan's career, and its style. Listen to Dylan Revisited - All Time Best online and .

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