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) "In this room the heat pipes just cough" (noisily struggling, but providing little heat?
The first set was acoustic, and at the recognition of each song the audience reacted.But he chose to give up their relationship and be on his own obviously: "The fiddler, he now steps to the road, he writes everything's been returned which was owed...The meaning of this song is really not up for speculation as falsely proposed by the multiple obscurantists who have been assigned the task of trying to keep people confused regarding virtually everything in all that Dylan has written. The 'ideal self' is a concept put forward by Carl Rogers (an American Psychologist) and it represents the person that one wants to be but isnt.When he finished playing that song, you could feel the 'Wow'. I was in high school at the time, and two couple older than me were seated to my right. He's entered a new commitment, and the future seems dark to him. And he's trying to take on the role of husband for the first time in his life.
There was a short intermission, and when the second set began, there was Al Kooper and the band, and Dylan had his electric guitar. He talks about superseding her in his work, in his popularity. I think more deeply, he worries what married life will do to his itinerant, minstrel lifestyle.I also used to think that there were two couples or three people in the scene, bob, louise and others maybe a boyfriend of louise, but now in my own personal assessment i think there's only two: Zimmerman and Louise, and he is realizing that he doesn't love louise anymore, and is haunted by his profound love for johanna. He is every where else he could be, yet still stranded in the room.