Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan's Dream (The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan) Capo III I'm pretty sure these are the correct lyrics. I also tried to illustrate the elongated syllables and pauses. Because of this weird meter, I think it is actually rather hard to sing correctly. The A in the second line does'nt feel necessary to me, so check for yourselves if you need it or not. Since this is my first tab, please comment heavily. E F#m While riding on a train going west, ( A ) B I fell asleep for to take my rest, E A E Iiiiii dreamed a dream that made me sad, B A E Concerning myself ... and the first few friends I had. E F#m With half damp eyes I stared to the room, ( A ) B Where my friends and I spent many'n afternoon, E A E Wheeeeeere we together weathered many a storm, B A E Laughing and singing ... 'till the early hours of the morn. E F#m By the old wooden stove where our hats was hung, ( A ) B Our words was told, our songs was sung E A E Weeeeee longed for nothing and were satisfied, B A E Joking and talking ... about theee wooorld outside. E F#m With hungry hearts through the heat and cold, ( A ) B We never much thought we could get very old E A E Weeeeee thought we could sit forever in fun, B A E And our chances really ... was a million to one. (HARMONICA PART) E F#m As easy it was to tell black from white, ( A ) B It was all that easy to tell wrong from right E A E An' our choices they was few, so the thought never hit, B A E That the one road we traveled ... woul'ever shatter or split. E F#m Ah many a year has passed and gone, ( A ) B Many' gamble has been lost and won E A E And many a road taken by many a first friend, B A E And each one ... I've never seen again. E F#m I wish, I wish, I wish in vain, ( A ) B That we could sit simply in that room again E A E Teeeeeeen thousand dollars at the drop of a haaaaaat, B A E I'd give it all gladly ... if our lives could be like that.