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    Diamonds & Rust (Joan Baez Cover)


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    Joan Baez is remembering the time when she was in love with Bob Dylan in Greenwich Village. The song was released in 1975.
    Joan Baez se remémore l'époque de son idylle avec Bob Dylan dans Greenwich Village. La chanson a été publiée en 1975.

    DIAMONDS & RUST (Joan Baez)

    Well I'll be damned
    Here comes your ghost again
    But that's not unusual
    It's just that the moon is full
    And you happened to call

    And here I sit
    Hand on the telephone
    Hearing a voice I'd known
    A couple of years ago
    Heading straight for a fall

    I remember your eyes
    Were bluer than robin's eggs
    My poetry was lousy you said
    Where are you calling from ?
    A booth in the midwest

    Ten years ago
    I bought you some cufflinks
    You brought me something
    We know memories can bring
    Diamonds and rust

    Well you burst on the scene
    Already a legend
    The unwashed phenomenon
    The original vagabond
    You strayed into my arms

    And there you stayed
    Temporarily lost at sea
    Madonna was yours for free
    The girl on the half-shell
    Would keep you unharmed

    Now you're telling me
    You're not nostalgic
    So give me another word for it
    You are so good with words
    For keeping things vague

    Because I need some now
    It's all come back clearly
    Yes I loved you dearly
    Offering me diamonds and rust
    I've already paid