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"To Ramona" is a folk waltz written by Bob Dylan for his fourth studio album, Another Side of Bob Dylan. The melody is taken from traditional Mexican folk music. The song is one of the many on the album to highlight the more personal, and less political, side of Dylan's songwriting that would become evermore prominent in the future. The song also makes many allusions to Dylan's personal relationship with fellow folk singer Joan Baez, at the time of its composition and subsequent release. It is another example of the G, G6, G7 harmonic motif Dylan uses pervasively on the record.
- music and lyrics by Bob Dylan
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Underneath the glamour and glitz there lurks something not so very pretty
Much more than I should have let you know has already been revealed
A warning I must now issue that if anything should befall me....
2008 Ramona Thompson (Ramona Thompson)
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