Desolation Row" is a 1965 song written and sung by Bob Dylan. It was recorded on August 4, 1965 and released as the closing track of Dylan's sixth studio album, Highway 61 Revisited. Desolation Row" is often ranked as one of Dylan's greatest compositions.
Desolation Row Lyrics. They're selling postcards of the hanging Well they're painting the passports brown And the beauty parlor's filled with sailors The circus is in town Oh now look, here comes the blind commissioner Well they got him in a trance One hand is tied to the tight-rope walker The other's in his pants And the riot squad.
Download and listen online Desolation Row by My Chemical Romance. Genre - OST. Duration – 03:01. Format – mp3. Lyrics.
Features Song Lyrics for My Chemical Romance's Desolation Row album. Desolation Row Lyrics. My Chemical Romance Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
by My Chemical Romance. Album: Watchmen: Music From the Motion Picture (2009). Charted: 52. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. On Desolation Row. Now Ophelia She's 'neath the window For her I feel so afraid On her twenty-second birthday She already is an old maid. Row. Praise be to Nero's Neptune The Titanic sails at dawn And everybody's shouting "Which Side Are You On?" And Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot Fighting in the captain's tower While calypso singers laugh at them And fishermen hold flowers Between the windows of the sea Where lovely mermaids flow And nobody has to think too much About Desolation Row.
Artist: My Chemical Romance. Album: Watchmen: Music from the Motion Picture. Translations: German, Greek, Turkish. A A. Desolation Row. They're selling postcards of the hanging. Well they're painting the passports brown. As Lady and I look out tonight. From Desolation Row. Cinderella, she seem so easy. Well it takes one to know one," she smiles.
My Chemical Romance performed a cover of "Desolation Row", for the 2009 soundtrack of Watchmen. The song peaked at on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks in March, 2009. The first chapter of Watchmen ("At Midnight All the Agents") takes its name from a line in the song. This line is also quoted at the end of the chapter