Bob Dylan “Moonshiner” (In-Search Of Dylan – Documentary)

In 2008, Filmmaker Jan Markowski hitch-hickes with his camera 633 km. from Mexico City to Zacatecas, to meet Bob Dylan and ask him one question. Through this journey the director makes an introspective relation between Dylan´s past and the people and places that he discovered on the road.
The film was distributed via film festivals between 2009/2010 but it had an offical release due to image and music rights issues.

IN SEARCH OF DYLAN  Documentary

LYRICS

I’ve been a moonshiner,
For seventeen long years,
I’ve spent all my money,
On whiskey and beer,
I go to some hollow,
And sit at my still
And if whiskey dont kill me,
Then I dont know what will,

I go to some bar room,
And drink with my friends,
Where the women cant follow,
And see what I spend,
God bless them pretty women,
I wish they was mine,
Their breath is as sweet,
The dew on the vine,

Let me eat when I am hungry,
Let me drink when I am dry,
A dollar when I am hard up,
Religion when I die,
The whole world’s a bottle,
And life’s but a dram,
When the bottle gets empty,
It sure ain’t worth a damn.

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