Bob Dylan Blowin' in the Wind
"The last time I went to London I stayed at John Lennon’s house. You should see all the stuff that Lennon bought: Big cars and a stuffed gorilla and thousands of things in every room in his house, cost a fortune. When I got back home I wondered what it would be like to have all those material things. I figured I had the money and I could do it, and I wondered if it would feel like anything real. So I bought all this stuff and filled my house with it and sat around in the middle of it all. And I felt nothing. It didn’t do anything for me. It wasnt real, part of life.
Just a trap. I don’t put down Lennon for it, that’s his thing. but I know that material stuff is just a trap
Bob Dylan, PAGE 274 of DYLAN: An intimate biography by Anthony Scaduto (via effyeahbobdylan)
"And your pleasure knows no limits
Your voice is like a meadowlark
But your heart is like an ocean
Mysterious and dark."