Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Bob Dylan

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Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Bob Dylan

In 1973 Bob Dylan was commissioned to write the original soundtrack to the western Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid. The result was the extremely melancholic Knocking on Heaven’s Door we hear in the scene where the town sheriff is killed. The lyrics describe his agony and that moment suspended in time between life and death: “Mama, it’s getting dark, too dark to see”.

The song made a huge impression on the public and went on to be a massive hit. Many artists such as Tracy Chapman, Eric Clapton and Guns N’Roses have released beautiful cover versions.

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In 1973 Bob Dylan was commissioned to write the original soundtrack to the western Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid. The result was the extremely melancholic Knocking on Heaven’s Door we hear in the scene where the town sheriff is killed. The lyrics describe his agony and that moment suspended in time between life and death: “Mama, it’s getting dark, too dark to see”.

The song made a huge impression on the public and went on to be a massive hit. Many artists such as Tracy Chapman, Eric Clapton and Guns N’Roses have released beautiful cover versions.

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In 1973 Bob Dylan was commissioned to write the original soundtrack to the western Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid. The result was the extremely melancholic Knocking on Heaven’s Door we hear in the scene where the town sheriff is killed. The lyrics describe his agony and that moment suspended in time between life and death: “Mama, it’s getting dark, too dark to see”.

The song made a huge impression on the public and went on to be a massive hit. Many artists such as Tracy Chapman, Eric Clapton and Guns N’Roses have released beautiful cover versions.

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