You can almost dance to this, which is generally not what Bob Dylan is for. He’s worn a lot of hats in his day, but he’s yet to conquer the club scene. For an artist of such fame and influence, Dylan really is not very accessible. He’s an artist nearly everyone has at least heard of, but not that many people actually enjoy. That’s by design, it seems, judging by his habit of doing bizarre things whenever the acclaim gets too intense. For some fans, though, that’s part of the appeal. For the less dedicated, it’s necessary to shrug off the weirdness and hold on to the good bits. This is about as bibbity-bobbity as it gets with him, and as lyrically straightforward too, and for that reason, not one of the most legendary tracks in the oeuvre.