The Dog’s Bollocks

Truth is like a dog’s bollocks – pretty obvious if you care to look.

It’s all over now, baby Blue


For your election diversion, another Bob Dylan classic from a live performance in London, 1965 in dedication to Team Howard. If you have trouble understanding the meaning of the words, you are in good company. John Howard only likes Dylan for his music, not his lyrics.

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Filed under: Federal Election 2007, Music, YouTube

One Response

  1. gandhi says:

    That’s always been solid proof to me that Howard’s soul is more shrivelled, wrinkled and downright putrid than… well, a dog’s bollocks!

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