More On Bob Dylan’s Famous Cook Book

This follows on from Bob Dylan’s Original Recipes and Cookbook

By Larry Fyffe

From the “Untold Archives”, and exclusively reproduced below  for the interest of our readers, here are the original lyrics of

“All I Really Want To Do”, first published in “Bob Dylan’s Cook Book”:

I ain't cooking to compete with you
Eat you, heat you, or whole-wheat you
Jelly roll, or casserole you
Freeze-dry, deep fry, porkie pie you
All I really want to do
Is Bacon be Eggs with you
No, I ain't cooking to fry you up
To glutton you, or gluten you
Or spread you around, or drain you down
Or knead you up, or strain you down
All I really want to do
Is Bacon be Eggs with you
No, I ain't cooking to paste you up
Shake or bake you, or yeast you up
Or super-size you, franchise you
Or yoke you up, or smoke you up
All I really want to do
Is Bacon be Eggs with you
Now, I don't want to butter baste you 
Grease you, mince you, strip, or taste you
Or mayonnaise or glaze you
Or dine or drink red wine with you
All I really want to do
Is Bacon be Eggs with you
I don't want to make you lean and thin
Anorex, or be next to you
Fatten you nice, or dough you in
Or hop you up, or chop you up
All I really want to do
Is Bacon be Eggs with you

Note:

There are other variants of  ‘All I Really Want To Do” locked in the Untold vaults, but this is the one from the Cook Book – that’s also locked away in the vaults.

 

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2 Responses to More On Bob Dylan’s Famous Cook Book

  1. Denise says:

    Cuisinely Creative!

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