An American Classic: Bob Dylan's Original Version of "Friday," the Song Rebecca Black Ruined

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Racking up millions of YouTube views and mentions on celebrity gossip sites like this one, Rebecca Black's "Friday" has become an instant Internet sensation.

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    Who cares who wrote it or who is singing, the bottom line is that it is a really good laugh and a song worth having. Well done who ever thought it up.

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    That was pretty close...but not quite. All my friends are such dumbasses, they all believe this but they've never heard of Bob Dylan before

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    Yeah fake bob really made the song really cool..rebecca sucks so what she aint the only one....

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    I love this cover. It's perhaps my favorite one. The impression, the voice, the guitar performance... it's spot-on

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    We actually had this record on our jukebox...as they say... back in the day. This my friends is Bob Dylan before the "medicine" prescribed or otherwise - took it's toll.

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    read the footnote...

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    Nice damage control bro

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    me thinks you really thought that was Bob Dylan, and had to revise this posting. He hardly sounds like Dylan, only in tone on his ending phrases. Don't really expect Hollywood gossip to know the difference though. shame

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    Sorry but I think you've been had, a quick internet search will show you that this is a fake.




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