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The Bob Dylan Song He Shared and Performed With George Harrison

Bob Dylan and George Harrison built a strong friendship that saw the two writing and performing songs together. One song written by Dylan was recorded by both himself and Harrison on separate projects in different arrangements. The two later played the song together in a rare performance that is hard to find. 

Bob Dylan wrote ‘If Not For You’ for his wife

George Harrison and Bob Dylan | Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

“If Not For You” is a song from Dylan’s 1970 album New Morning. Dylan wrote the track as a love song for his first wife, Sara Dylan. It was part of a series of tracks Dylan wrote about his commitment to family and life’s simple pleasures. Dylan commented on the track in the 1980s, saying it came off as “kind of folky.”



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