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Did Bob Dylan write the song Blowing In The Wind?


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2009-06-08 08:43:47
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Yes, Bob Dylan wrote the song "Blowing in the Wind."

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Blowing in the Wind was written by Bob Dylan, in April 1962.

Bob Dylan. The song is called Blowing in the Wind.

Bob Dylan wrote his song, 'Blowin' in the Wind' sometime in 1962. It was recording on July 9, 1962, and released in the album 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan'in August 1963.

He's been doing more then one thing in the wind. In the song Blowing In The Wind, he said The answer my friend is blowing in the wind. In the song Subterranean Homesick Blues he was telling us you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.

He wrote the song "Blowin' in the Wind" in about 10 minutes. The song is on his album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.

She did, under the stage name of Bobby Dylan, the song was Blowing In The Wind.

for what it's worth, buffalo springfield blowing in the wind, bob dylan war, edwin starr

Those are rhetorical questions, which Dylan raises to make a point, that the issue of civil rights is obvious and unavoidable.

Bob Dylan, who wrote the song. i'm going to have to copy the dude on top of me!!!!! lol

he did write the song cause he thought good and it is pronounced blowing me kisses

He saw all the predujice, and wanted to express his support.

the song is called "catch the wind" by donovan NOT bob dylan.

written by Bob Dylan, who also recorded it, but never charted with it. Charted by Peter, Paul and Mary in 1963 and Stevie Wonder in 1966

With the song Blowin' In The Wind

some people said he wrote it as a protest song, but he was really questioning freedom, peace and war.

The song 'Blowin in the Wind' by Bob Dylan is about men in general who cannot seem to find peace or make peace, but only war. People hurt, man does not listen and there are no winners in wars and turns his head trying to ignore the atrocities in life. 'Blowin' in the Wind' means that there is no answer to the unrest in the world; pain; indignities of any sort because man never listens or learns from the past.

bob Dylan - blowin in the wind

A wind chime plays by blowing in the wind causing the wind to play the song or really sounds of the wind chimes. Some wind chimes are made for certain notes to sound when struck and if you had enough different chimes you could play a song by striking the notes to make the sounds and create a song.

The name of the song sung by Sir Elton John was named The candle blowing in the wind.

It's Try and Catch the Wind by Donovan.

Wind blowing in my ear,rain in my face what is the point.

The answer my friend, is blowin' in the wind. The answer is blowin' in the wind - from the song Blowin' in the Wind by Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan - the song is called "Blowin' in the Wind".

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