It’s All Good

Written by: Bob Dylan with Robert Hunter
Talk about me babe, if you must
Throw on the dirt, pile on the dust
I’d do the same thing if I could
You’ve heard what they say—they say it’s all good
All good
It’s all good

Big politician telling lies
Restaurant kitchen, all full of flies
Don’t make a bit of difference, don’t see why it should
I’ll tell ya somethin’—it’s all good
It’s all good
It’s all good

Wives are leavin’ their husbands, they beginning to roam
They leave the party and they never get home
I wouldn’t change it, even if I could
Same ol’ story—it’s all good
It’s all good
All good

Brick by brick, they tear you down
A teacup of water is enough to drown
Check your oil, look under the hood
Whatever you see, it’s all good
All good
Say it’s all good

People in the country, people on the land
Some so sick, they can hardly stand
Everybody would move away, if they could
It’s hard to believe but it’s all good

The widow’s cry, the orphan’s plea
Everywhere you look, more misery
Come ’long with me, babe, I wish you would
You know what I’m sayin’, it’s all good
All good, I said it’s all good
All good

Cold blooded killer, stalking the town
Cop cars blinking, something bad going down
Buildings are crumbling in the neighborhood
No doubt about it, it’s all good
It’s all good
They say it’s all good

I’ll pluck off your beard and blow it in your face
This time tomorrow I’ll be rolling in your place
I’m going out back, get some firewood
It is what it is, and it’s all good
It’s all good

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