Bob Dylan – Too Much Of Nothing Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
Now, too much of nothing
Can make a man feel ill at ease
One man’s temper might rise
While another man’s temper might freeze
In the day of confession
We cannot mock a soul
Oh, when there’s too much of nothing
No one has control

[Chorus]
Say hello to Valerie
Say hello to Vivian
Send them all my salary
On the waters of oblivion

[Verse 2]
Too much of nothing
Can make a man abuse a king
He can walk the streets and boast like most
But he wouldn’t know a thing
Now, it’s all been done before
It’s all been written in the book
But when there’s too much of nothing
Nobody should look

[Chorus]

[Verse 3]
Too much of nothing
Can turn a man into a liar
It can cause one man to sleep on nails
And another man to eat fire
Ev’rybody’s doin’ something
I heard it in a dream
But when there’s too much of nothing
It just makes a fella mean

[Chorus]

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