"Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You (Live 1975)" as written by and Bob Dylan....
Throw my ticket out the window
Throw my suitcase out there, too
Throw my troubles out the door
I don't need them any more
'Cause tonight I'll be staying here with you

I should have left this town this morning
But it was more than I could do
Oh, your love comes on so strong
And I've waited all day long
For tonight when I'll be staying here with you

Is it really any wonder
The love that a stranger might receive
You cast your spell and I went under
I find it so difficult to leave

I can hear that whistle blowin'
I see that stationmaster, too
If there's a poor boy on the street
Then let him have my seat
'Cause tonight I'll be staying here with you

Throw my ticket out the window
Throw my suitcase out there, too
Throw my troubles out the door
I don't need them any more
'Cause tonight I'll be staying here with you


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"Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You" as written by Bob Dylan

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    General Commenti've always heard it as "throw my ticket in the wind/throw my mattress out that door"

    and

    "Is is really any wonder
    the changes we put on each other's heads"

    and "i can hear that lonesome whistle blowin'
    i hear them freight trains roarin' too"
    YouKnowStuffon June 30, 2008   Link
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    General Commentlyrics are pretty self explanatory.

    the version of this song on the rolling thunder revue album from 1975 is fucking AMAZING.
    fireplaceon August 21, 2010   Link
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    General Commentwow the live 1975 version is incredible. he sings it with such passion
    Pauperon April 03, 2011   Link

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