Ring Them Bells: Bob Dylan

This is from The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8.

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  1. J Says:

    Haven’t heard this one in a LONG time. Thanks.

    Ring them bells, ye heathen
    From the city that dreams
    Ring them bells from the sanctuaries
    ’Cross the valleys and streams
    For they’re deep and they’re wide
    And the world’s on its side
    And time is running backwards
    And so is the bride

    Ring them bells St. Peter
    Where the four winds blow
    Ring them bells with an iron hand
    So the people will know
    Oh it’s rush hour now
    On the wheel and the plow
    And the sun is going down
    Upon the sacred cow

    Ring them bells Sweet Martha
    For the poor man’s son
    Ring them bells so the world will know
    That God is one
    Oh the shepherd is asleep
    Where the willows weep
    And the mountains are filled
    With lost sheep

    Ring them bells for the blind and the deaf
    Ring them bells for all of us who are left
    Ring them bells for the chosen few
    Who will judge the many when the game is through
    Ring them bells, for the time that flies
    For the child that cries
    When innocence dies

    Ring them bells St. Catherine
    From the top of the room
    Ring them from the fortress
    For the lilies that bloom
    Oh the lines are long
    And the fighting is strong
    And they’re breaking down the distance
    Between right and wrong
    Copyright © 1989 by Special Rider Music

    • katry Says:

      Thanks for the lyrics.

      Some days I hunt and hunt for the right music with the right singers. Other days I know exactly the singers I’ll be posting. They just seem right somehow. I knew yesterday was going to be a Dylan day. I could feel it. I listened to a few songs then this one. Right away I knew it was the right one.

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