If You See Her, Say Hello

Written by: Bob Dylan
If you see her, say hello, she might be in Tangier
It’s the city ’cross the water, not too far from here
Say for me that I’m all right though things are kind of slow She might think that I’ve forgotten her. Don’t tell her it isn’t so

We had a falling-out, like lovers sometimes do
But to think of how she left that night, it hurts me through and through And though our situation pierced me to the bone
I got to find someone to take her place. I don’t like to be alone

I see a lot of people as I make the rounds
And I hear her name here and there as I go from town to town
And I’ve never gotten used to it, I’ve just learned to turn it off Her eyes were blue, her hair was too, her skin so sweet and soft

Sundown, yellow moon, I replay the past
I know every scene by heart, they all went by so fast
If she’s passin’ back this way, and I sure hope she don’t
Tell her she can look me up. I’ll either be here or I won’t

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