the valley below

i'll let you be in my dream if i can be in yours
Bob Dylan

—Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands

beneta:

Bob Dylan plays Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands in a Denver hotel room in mid-March 1966 for music critic Robert Shelton, who had helped Dylan launch his career five years earlier.

How could they

maxkazaam:

I’m posting this again for you kids because my other post was so early in the day.

This is a five minute documentary I made about an angry but misunderstood man. He will remain nameless to protect his identity.

Paul Simon

—April Come She Will

(Source: psyhco)

heyyyybrother:

Way too excited that I finally know the middle part of Marlin’s joke.

[In conclusion: the things I have done instead of being productive include watching The West Wing, watching clips of Finding Nemo on YouTube, editing photos, and learning what a frond is :

1. an often large, finely divided leaf, especially as applied to the ferns and certain palms.
2. a leaflike expansion not differentiated into stem and foliage, as in lichens.]

(via whatsnextbartlet)

"Tomorrow is a Long Time" — Nick Drake

infinitygoesontrial:

And if we never meet again, baby, remember me How my lone guitar played sweet for you that old-time melody And the harmonica around my neck, I blew it for you, free No one else could play that tune, you know it was up to me

infinitygoesontrial:

And if we never meet again, baby, remember me
How my lone guitar played sweet for you that old-time melody
And the harmonica around my neck, I blew it for you, free
No one else could play that tune, you know it was up to me