The last post in this series . . . A to F was here. G to N was here.

O is for the Oldest Profession (prostitution, natch!)

House of the Rising Sun-White Stripes. This is a folk song that Bob covered on his first, eponymous record. And he does my favorite version.

P is for Paul Westerberg.

Like a Rolling Pin-Replacements

Q is for Quinn the Eskimo-Grateful Dead.

R is for reconsidering. As in, thinking twice.

Don’t Think Twice-Ben Lee

Don’t Think Twice-Bree Sharp

R is also for Reader Submission! One Too Many Mornings by Brad Breeck from The Mae Shi, from the soundrack to “One Too Many Mornings“.

S is for Smashing Pumpkins’ cover of Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues

T is for trains, a common theme in Dylan’s work.

It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry-Little Feat

I can’t think of anything for U and V, so I’ll just do two bonus Ws instead:

Black Jack Davey-White Stripes (Live-2005-10-02)

Ballad of a Thin Man-Willard Grant Conspiracy

X, Y, and Z are for what’s left. A few leftovers, beginning with old fish:

Tangled Up In Blue-Leftover Salmon

Gates of Eden-Robyn Hitchcock

Hurricane-Ani DiFranco

All Along the Watchtower-Fratellis

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