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Bob Dylan: Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) Meaning

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Song Released: 1974


Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) Lyrics

You say you love me
And you’re thinkin’ of me
But you know you could be wrong
You say you told me
That you wanna hold me
But you know you’re not that strong
I just can’t do what I done before
I just can’t beg you anymore
I’m gonna let you...

  1. anonymous
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    Mar 3rd 2021 report

    about a relationship, a disappointing one probably as bob seems quite uncaring. Might be about Edie Sedgwick as many songs on Blonde on Blonde are, and they woukd have split up around this time because i pretty sure bob and his wife married in 66

  2. JasmineStar
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    Aug 11th 2009 report

    This is my favorite Dylan track, brilliant poetry.

    "It can't be this way ev'rywhere.
    And I'm gonna let you pass,
    Yes, and I'll go last.
    Then time will tell just who fell
    And who's been left behind,
    When you go your way and I go mine."

    There are a lot of subtle nuances regarding him having taken about enough in a relationship, and he makes his point with a certain dignity and self respect, love it.


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