Dink's Song (11:12)

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Could this be magic, my dear, my heart's all aglow?
Could this be magic, loving you so?
Could this be magic, my dear, having your love?
My prayers were answered so far from above

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  • rachelhoes

    always one of my favorites, doesnt feel like 11 minutes at all

    18 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • Nakkinak

    my ears are full of music, cheers jeff

    23 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • biomorfo

    love all the vibe... great song!

    15 Lug 2010 Rispondi
  • LynxDaftPunk

    fare thee well my honey, fare thee well

    31 Mag 2010 Rispondi
  • TaTeVer

    it's great!

    25 Mag 2010 Rispondi
  • Taueret

    My favourite version is Carolyn Hester's. She sings it from a woman's perspective so the words are different to Buckley's and I think it works better that way.

    10 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • ArousingWedgie

    Supposedly the Lomaxes found a woman named "Dink" who was the best singer at a work camp. She wouldn't sing for them until they plied her with gin, and this was the result. John Lomax published the song in one of his collections, but I don't know if they recorded her for the library of congress. It's mostly a bunch of floating verses - the part that makes it worth recording is the melody.

    30 Apr 2009 Rispondi
  • BlackCoffeeDuck

    Yes it's a 'Traditional' song and No Robert Johnson never played it. The most popular or known version is by Bob Dylan's on his 'Bootleg' Minnesota Tapes which you can find on the No Direction Home Soundtrack now, Jeff's is pretty much word for word but longer.

    26 Mar 2008 Rispondi
  • tothebarricades

    I feel that he bastardized this. Lyrically at least, I of course haven't heard the original (I mean the original original)

    19 Ago 2006 Rispondi

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