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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of With God On Our Side on Discogs. Label: CBS - EP • Format: Vinyl 7 Bob Dylan - With God On Our Side (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5.
  2. With God on Our Side. Written by: Bob Dylan. Oh my name it is nothin’. My age it means less. The country I come from. Is called the Midwest. I’s taught and brought up there. The laws to abide. And that the land that I live in.
  3. With God on Our Side Lyrics. Oh my name it ain't nothin'. My age it means less. The country I come from. Is called the Midwest. I’s taught and brought up there. The laws to abide. And that the.
  4. Jan 18,  · I think Dylan is thinking about history and all the horrible things that have happened, and how people claim that God is on their side so "they are in the right". I think at the end of the song, he is coming around to the belief that it doesn't mean that everything is "rosey" if God is on your side, that God is sovereign even over Judas's betrayal.
  5. If you check out Murray Lerner’s “The Other Side of the Mirror: Bob Dylan at the Newport Folk Festival” documentary film, you’ll notice that before Dylan first sang “With God On Our Side” at the Newport Folk Festival in the early ’s, he briefly mentioned that it was based on Dominic Behan’s “The Patriot Game” song.
  6. Bob Dylan - With God on Our Side Lyrics. Oh my name it ain't nothin', my age it means less The country I come from is called the Midwest I was taught and brought up there, the laws.
  7. May 24,  · But "With God on Our Side" is not some historical relic. It is a living exposé of war crimes, past, present and future. Dylan lays bare the hypocrisy of war and unmasks the whitewashing of our.
  8. With God On Our Side. Oh my name it is nothin' my age it means less The country I come from is called the Midwest I's taught and brought up there the laws to abide And that land that I live in has God on its side. Oh the history books tell it they tell it so well The cavalries charged the Indians fell The cavalries charged the Indians died Oh the country was young with God on its side.
  9. The melody of "With God on Our Side" is borrowed from the traditional Irish folk song "The Merry Month of May". Dominic Behan used the same melody in his song "The Patriot Game" but claimed the melody as an original composition, and questioned the origin of Dylan's song as a whole.

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