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whenever

whenever nature called..........Gypsy Cowgirl

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gotta go

when they play Friend of the Devil.

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I dont think I would actually leave

but I could prolly go awhile without hearing "Dont Ease Me In" close out another first set.

Peace,
Trevor

"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."

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Day Job!

Joe from RI

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D-Row

TOOOOOO LOOONG with no jam. Usually the 4-6 song in the first set. Prime peeing time from pre show beve's. Enough info Rider?

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Feel Like a Strager

That one 'Feel Like a Strager' and Victim. And usually the Jams during Playin with the band... And a boring Rooster... And two hard boiled eggs

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What a shame!!

That's one of my favorite Dylan tunes.
You can't stand the whole song in general, or is there a certain part that makes you need to pee? pc pc

PEACE

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Desolation Row

Enough Said.

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buzzcrush

Yeah, sorry Bobby but it was the latter-day Bobby Bluez that got me. Peebreak or wander-about. Rooster, CCRider, even Good Lovin' and Lovelight though I'd usually hang for the last two as they'd close out the 2nd set with a bit o' rabble-rousin' and at the time it'd be okay but a "FF" on the tape later...

HOWEVER

I'd sit through 100 more of those if it meant another Dead show.

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Ah Buddy Plant :-(

"It takes one to know one, she smiles..." Not even when Dylan plays it?

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