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  1. Godal
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  2. Kajigar
    Jun 02,  · Whimsical and witty, “Man Gave Names to All the Animals” first appeared on Bob Dylan's album Slow Train Coming in With Dylan's blessing, illustrator Jim Arnosky has crafted a stunning picture book adaptation of the song that's a treat for both children and adults, with breathtaking images of more than animals/5().
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bob Dylan - Man Gave Names To All The Animals at Discogs. Complete your Bob Dylan collection.4/5(59).
  4. Akilkis
    About Man Gave Names to All the Animals "Man Gave Names to All the Animals" is a song written by Bob Dylan that appeared on Dylan's album Slow Train Coming and was also released as a single in some European countries. It was also released as a promo single in US. The single became a chart hit in France and Belgium.
  5. Zuhn
    "Man Gave Names to All the Animals" is a song written by Bob Dylan that appeared on Dylan's album Slow Train Coming and was also released as a single in some European countries. It was also released as a promo single in US. The single became a chart hit in France and Belgium. However, some have labeled it the worst song Dylan ever wrote. A reader's poll conducted by Rolling Stone.
  6. Vukinos
    Man gave names to all the animals In the beginning, in the beginning Man gave names to all the animals In the beginning, long time ago He saw an animal up on a hill Chewing up so much grass until she was filled He saw milk comin’ out but he didn’t know how “Ah, think I’ll call it a cow” Man gave names to all the animals.
  7. Nelmaran
    Whimsical and witty, Man Gave Names to All the Animals first appeared on Bob Dylan's album Slow Train Coming in Illustrator Jim Arnosky has now crafted a stunning picture book adaptation of Dylan's song that's a treat for both children and adults, with breathtaking images of more than animals, plus a CD of Dylan's original tingnasenliaraghidahigusreicabeet.cos:
  8. Fern
    Full lyrics and a CD of the original song are included. In Dylan’s narrative, Man takes note of the characteristics of various animals, including a bear, cow, bull, pig, and sheep, and determines a name for each creature. “He saw an animal that liked to growl,/Big furry paws and he liked to howl,/Great big furry back and furry hair./’Ah.