Love him and his music or not, Bob Dylan is considered by many to be one of the greatest lyricists of all time. He has recorded 36 studio albums, written hundreds of songs, and is still touring the world, performing at dozens of concerts each year. Not bad for a 74-year-old grandpa who started his career more than 5 decades ago. He’s been recognized so many times that Wikipedia has a separate page to list all of his awards and nominations.
But what is it that draws people to his songs? Do his lyrics have a particular essence? Are they happy or sad? Does Dylan sing primarily about himself and his experiences? What words does he use most frequently?
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