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  1. Aug 25,  · Listen online to Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  2. What we do know is that the words, from Bob Dylan’s song of seduction, “Lay Lady Lay”, nearly had a very different Hollywood association. The track was originally written by Dylan for the film Midnight Cowboy, starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman as a male prostitute and hustler duo.
  3. "Lay Lady Lay" was Bob Dylan's last huge hit of the s, and indeed one of his last huge hit singles of any sort, making the Top Ten in It was clearly the most outstanding song on his country-soaked Nashville Skyline -- not the most brilliant lyrically, perhaps, but head and shoulders the best on a sum music plus words level.
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  5. "Lay Lady Lay", sometimes rendered "Lay, Lady, Lay", is a song written by Bob Dylan and originally released in on his Nashville Skyline album. Like many of the tracks on the album, Dylan sings the song in a low croon, rather than in the high nasal singing style associated with his earlier (and eventually later) recordings. The song has become a standard and has been covered by numerous.
  6. [Intro] G Bm F Am (X2) [Verse 1] G Bm F Am G Bm F Am Lay, lady, lay, lay across my big brass bed G Bm F Am G Bm F Am Lay, lady, lay, lay across my big brass bed D Em G Whatever colors you have in your mind D Em G I'll show them to you and you'll see them shine G Bm F Am G Bm F Am Lay, lady, lay, lay across my big brass bed [Verse 2] G Bm F Am G Bm F Am Stay, lady, stay, stay with your .
  7. The song Lay, Lady Lay was recorded in February of , it was apparently written for the film ‘Midnight Cowboy’ but was not completed in time to make the final edit of the film production. Bob Dylan had been delivering his Hillbilly drawl singin.
  8. This song was released in It was one of Bob's biggest hits. It is one of my favorite Dylan songs. I still like to hear it/5(41).

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