Tags : | Rock | 3.20 MB

Description : I wish that I had hair just like Bobby Dylan.
Maybe then the world would be willing,
To listen to my song,
We shall overcome,
The ones who rule by fear,
Leaving for too long our freedoms to be squandering.

I have a dream one day truth and justice will prevail.
The winds of hope and love will fill each sail.
When we let freedom ring,
In every song we sing,
Together we can bring,
A world where all Gods children live in harmony.

I wish that I had hair just like Bobby Dylan.
Just maybe then you would be willing,
To make a stand and sing with me,
A brotherhood in symphony,
Jangling discords turn to be,
A world where all Gods children live in harmony.

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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Tue 19th Apr 2011 - 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for giving me the heads up on this song! I love it! Your vocals are perfect! Nice to hear an organ in the mix! The harmonica was very appropriate! Very well done and very inspiring! Great mixing and mastering! Faved for sure!

  2. ToxicVoltage
    ToxicVoltage on Thu 1st Jan 2009 - 11 years ago

    Excellent song
    I will definately listen to your song even if you hair
    isn't like bob dylan


    This reminds me of the beatles like a whoole bunch
    but with a new gen twist


    Reply by RonGallagher

    I am humbled to be mentioned in any conversation with the Beatles. Thank you. When I first began work on Hair Like Bob Dylan, I intended it to be somewhat of a spoof. However as things developed it became a very sincere expression.Happy you like it and thankful for such a kind comment.

  3. toddj
    toddj on Thu 25th Dec 2008 - 11 years ago

    Pretty cool stuff! I liked everything about it. It sounds like you didn't hold back one bit. Nice to know there are still a few people other there who still have what it takes. Keep it up Voltage.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thanks Todd. You know it's hard to explain to folks what it really means to have someone send such kind comments. I find inspiration and hope in such expressions. Very much appreciated.

  4. ChaseManhattan
    ChaseManhattan on Sun 9th Nov 2008 - 11 years ago

    guitar caught me off gaurd at first cause the loudness but i like it. its pretty chilled out and it sounds like you can perform this live. nice job there

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thanks Beef,
    I'll be performing this song and one other November 23rd on Phoenix Radio/Web Broadcast worldwide. I'll be sure to post a notice for all my Looperman friends. Thanks for the kind comments. I am encouraged and inspired.

  5. BishalKirawa
    BishalKirawa on Sat 11th Oct 2008 - 11 years ago

    Lovely Track volt!
    Guitar sounds awesome, nicely EQed n i've always dig
    songs that had harmonica parts.

    Can't help myself but to listen to it again and again.

    Kinda have a happy feel.

    Great work volt.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thanks K.
    I believe some songs hold a spirit within. This one seems to be reaching people from all over. I am very happy the intended message is coming through. Thank you for the kind words.

  6. Randall822
    Randall822 on Sat 11th Oct 2008 - 11 years ago

    Hi Voltage,
    Wow, what I nice clear sound. I like this song a lot. I just ordered 1,000 files of Harmonia royalty free loops on a disk in different styles.
    Your singing is good too. Sounds like Dylan to me if I close my eyes. ;)
    Thanks for sharing.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thanks for the compliments on the Dylan piece Randy.
    I want to try and do songs in the style of Lennon and McCartney, Hendrix, The Who, Mountain and others that influenced me. Sort of like what the Rutles are to the Beatles. A tribute to the music and musicians I love. Thanks for your encouragement and inspiration Randy. BTW, Love those flickr photos you posted....awesome.

  7. Krook
    Krook on Wed 1st Oct 2008 - 11 years ago

    This brings back a lot of good times and memories for me, when I listen to a track like this it makes me wish I could play instruments as well as people like you.
    Downloading now.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    So happy you like the Dylan tribute. I was so inspired after viewing the Martin Scorsese documentary "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan". It's special and very worth tracking down if you have not seen it. I just had to create a sincere expression in the style of Bob Dylan after experiencing this beautiful film. Thank you for sharing such kindness. Much appreciated. Voltage

  8. untilspirit
    untilspirit on Fri 26th Sep 2008 - 11 years ago

    Great tune bro.Its got a lot of goodwill and love flowing thru...the harp is so COOOL ! Don't tell me you play harmonica aswell ? !!! Anyway, I listened to some of your other stuff and you sure do have some serious chops mate.
    Loved it,thanks for sharing.Peace and Goodwill bro.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thank you so much for the kind review. Yes I am playing the harmonica for what it's worth. I use it to make Dylan noises during my solo acoustic set. Funny how just a couple notes on that funny little instrument can set a mood. This song actually started out as a spoof, a joke, but after I got into it I realized, what's so funny about peace, love and understanding? The lyric took many weeks to reveal itself and I struggled with it only to once again realize, that's what it's all about. Thank you for understanding Geo. I am grateful, humbled, inspired.

  9. RashidKhan
    RashidKhan on Mon 22nd Sep 2008 - 11 years ago

    its a something you wish to hear not once but again and again.
    What an arrangement, i like it very much great guitars like always and a marvelous harmonica has taken this song to my favs, Man. Great work Overall.
    Love ya.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thank you so much. This might seem to be cut and dried simple, but it took me quite awhile to make happen. I am encouraged to find other musicians who seem to understand that it is the spirit of a song that makes it what it is. I am inspired by your kindness. Thanks Rashid.

  10. blairrock957
    blairrock957 on Mon 22nd Sep 2008 - 11 years ago

    Excellent. Great Dylan vocals, harmonica, and overall sound. Love it. You got Blowin in the wind in there and everything.

    Reply by RonGallagher

    Thanks B,
    Sort of my Rutles influence coming through.
    Lucky enough to have a harmonica that fit the key of the song.
    Thanks for the kind words.

  11. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Mon 22nd Sep 2008 - 11 years ago

    Hey Sky...this is fantastic! Talk about out dylaning Dylan..it's all there encapsulated in this song..hell you could make heaps impersonating Bob,it's that good!.....He's always been one of my favourite performers all the way through..you'll have to go on and do "Music from Big Voltage" next......done with flair and panache..super enjoyable...cheers planet :)

    Reply by RonGallagher

    You know I figured you would be one of those people who would appreciate this expression for what it is. It seems to me that our music has diminished in importance in many ways over the years. It used to be so powerful. I have hope that this hidden power will once again emerge from the thick layers of over saturation to move mountains. Thanks for getting it Planet. There is hope after all.

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