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    Lyrics for Orange Juice Blues (Blues for Breakfast) by Bob Dylan & The Band. I had a hard time waking this mornin' I got a lotta things on my mind Like those friends o.

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    The Band "Orange Juice Blues (Blues For Breakfast)": I had a hard time waking this morning I got a lotta things on my mind Like those friends of yours T.

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    D7 G7 C7 I had a hard time waking this morning G7 D7 I got a lotta things on my mind C7 Like those friends of yours F7 They keep bringing me down Bb7 D7 Just hangin' round all the time I've had a hard time waking most mornings And it's been that way for a month or more You've had things your way But now I've got to say I'm on my way out the door Chorus: (NC) D7 Why don't you get right, try to.

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    May 04,  · bob dylan & the band - odds and ends () by map31al7. The Band- Orange Juice Blues (Blues For Breakfast) by cornbreadobrien. The Basement Tapes - Bob Dylan & The Band by cantarooots.

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    May 23,  · The Band, “Orange Juice Blues” from The Basement Tapes (): Across the Great Divide Share this: People forget that it was Richard Manuel, that lost, beautiful soul, who created some of the Band’s first original compositions — including this one, which serves as the debut track for our new weekly series Across the Great Divide.

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    The Basement Tapes is a studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and the Band, released on June 26, by Columbia Records. It is Dylan’s sixteenth studio album. The songs featuring Dylan’s vocals were recorded in , eight years before the album’s release, at houses in and around Woodstock, New York, where Dylan and the Band lived.

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    Orange Juice Blues (Blues for Breakfast) Lyrics: I had a hard time waking this morning / I got a lotta things on my mind / Like those friends of yours that keep bringing me down / Just hangin.

  9. Tojagul Reply

    We now know that these tapes made in the basement of the house know as Big Pink, in Woodstock, New York, just west of Saugerties, at Stroll Road [and in when I was there, the house was still pink] the rented home of The Band and were the working models for both Dylan’s release of “John Wesley Harding,” and The Band’s.

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