Positively 4th Street - chords, tab and comments

At the bottom you'll find a link to the complete lyrics.

Recorded July 29th 1965, this song most likely should have been included with Dylan's 1965 album "Highway 61 Revisited", and it sounds like it was. But instead it was released as a successful single, and appears only in compilations. It is straight ear1y Dylan going folk rock, with Al Kooper on organ. It's almost a twin of the earlier single "Like a Rolling Stone", and it's been discussed who was the target for Dylans anger. Probably the target was no single person, but the entire part of Greenwich Village that criticized Dylan's departure from traditional folk styles.
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you got a lotta nerve to say you are my friend
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when I was down you just stood there grinning
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you got a lotta nerve to say you got a helping hand to lend
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you just want to be on the side that's winning
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A minor
A minor seventh
G fifth
G major thirteenth
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D seventh suspend fourth
Bob Dylan