- Had the temporary working titles "Most Likely You Go Your Way" and "You Go Your Way, I’ll Go Mine"
- First copyright date: 1966-03-29
- Note: Copyrighted as "You Go Your Way (and I'll Go Mine)"
There exists a set of papers from February-March 1966 upon which Dylan worked on the songs which were then recorded in early March 1966, and which appeared on "Blonde on Blonde". These papers were stolen by an unknown person. However, they have not been kept together; at least some of them were auctioned off, piecemeal, at different auctions during the 1980's, and up until at least 1991. It is not known if these papers have now all been sold, or if there are others from this set which still have not been made publicly available. In this set of papers, is a list, similar to the one Dylan wrote up in 1962 of song titles. It is unknown if each of these was actually written, but at least one of them was - "Most Likely You Go Your Way (and I'll Go Mine)". Given that the papers may still be incompletely available, it is possible that the other five songs also were written. However, if they were written, they were not recorded during the early March 1966 recording sessions.
1. Cross fire (mis-spelled "Corss Fire")
2. Hey Baby
4. You Go Your Way, I’ll Go Mine (later retitled "Most Likely You Go Your Way (and I'll Go Mine))
5. Love Will Endure (mis-spelled "Love Will Endire")
6. Little Baby
The other songs from this set of papers which were written and recorded include "Absolutely Sweet Marie", "I Want You", "Just Like a Woman", "Obviously 5 Believers", "Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again", and "Temporary Like Achilles".
Annotation last modified on 2012-01-09 03:36 UTC.