USA, 1963, contemporary folk / singer-songwriter
Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan: The footing of the world is often treacherous, so on your stroll through life, it’d be best if you were able to take someone else’s arm. Anything to protect against the cold winds blowing. Well, the world didn’t end in 1963, but it will someday, so the lyrics will punch as hard then as they do now. Besides, the world is made and unmade every day thousands of times, so just hold on to someone until your world disintegrates around you and your own personal apocalypse envelops you.