Canción 'One Of Us Must Know (sooner Or Later)' interpretada por Bob Dylan

One Of Us Must Know (sooner Or Later) Letra y Canción

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ONE OF US MUST KNOW (SOONER OR LATER) es una canción de Bob Dylan que se estrenó el , este tema está incluido dentro del disco Blonde On Blonde.

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'One Of Us Must Know (sooner Or Later)'

I didn't mean to treat you so bad
you shouldn't take it so personal
i didn't mean to make you so sad
you just happened to be there, that's all
when i saw you say "goodbye" to your friend and smile
i thought that it was well understood
that you'd be comin' back in a little while
i didn't know that you were sayin' "goodbye" for good
(chorus)
but, sooner or later, one of us must know
you just did what you're supposed to do
sooner or later, one of us must know
that i really did try to get close to you
I couldn't see what you could show me
your scarf had kept your mouth well hid
i couldn't see how you could know me
but you said you knew me and i believed you did
when you whispered in my ear
and asked me if i was leavin' with you or her
i didn't realize just what i did hear
i didn't realize how young you were
(repeat chorus)
I couldn't see when it started snowin'
your voice was all that i heard
i couldn't see where we were goin'
but you said you knew an' i took your word
and then you told me later, as i apologized
that you were just kiddin' me, you weren't really from the farm
an' i told you, as you clawed out my eyes
that i never really meant to do you any harm
(repeat chorus)

Sobre One Of Us Must Know (sooner Or Later)

  • "One of us Must Know (Sooner or Later)" es la única canción de las sesiones de grabación de Dylan en Nueva York en 1966 que acabaría en Blonde on Blonde. El resto del álbum fue grabado en Nashville.

  • El título de trabajo de la canción era "Just a Little Glass of Water", un título que Dylan también consideró para "She's Your Lover Now".

  • Esta canción puede ser vista como una metáfora extendida, informada por una línea en la tercera estrofa, que cuenta la experiencia de Dylan en su controvertido movimiento del folk hacia un sonido eléctrico más orientado al rock.