i dig dylan. Â I think that quote gives me the answer – I’ll come back to them shortly. One can’t repeat everything in each and every article. Lyri.cc allows you to change a song's key on the fly and choose how many columns to display the song in. He was already being honored by academics in ’65. Many of them had never been to his concerts or heard his records. Bm7 With great lawyers you have disBmM6cussed lepers and crooks The song Ballad of a Thin Man was written by Bob Dylan and was first recorded and released by Bob Dylan in 1965. But you Bmdonât know what it is Inspired by Murder Most Foul: ‘Marilyn Monroe – Endless Night’, Tombstone Blues (1965) part VI: Under the Yellow Angel, Untold Dylan: âIâll let you be in my dream if I can be in yoursâ. Ballad Of A Thin Man Chords Highlighted Show chords diagrams Bob Dylan - Ballad of a Thin Man Arr. Ballad of a Thin Man. I resented the caricature but had to admit that there was something happening there at Newport in the summer of 1965, and I didn’t know what it was.”. Bob Dylan - Ballad of a Thin Man Arr. Of course after this Dylan goes into the freak show people who were referenced so often in the songs of this era, from the geek in the third verse to the lumberjacks in the “middle 8” which in this song does work as a perfect relief from the slow plodding of the descending bass of the verses. Â Just as does the organ and piano together (a rarely used combination before this time). When he hears you speak the song was about people coming to the village and trying to fit right with their hey dudes and and peace signs while wearing a brooks brother's sport jacket with leather patches at the elbows . Now you see this one-eyed midget Maybe that is the point – it is all about confusion and even the confusion gets confusing. He fits the profile as his past and subsequent life would bare out. Some of it was probably inspired by a carnival or two from his youth but I imagine the rest may represent him and his take on what was going on around him (how would he explain this world to his old one). Ballad Of A Thin Man Chords by Bob Dylan. He comes up to BmM7you and then he kneels And your BmM6 nose on the ground I’ve heard Ballad Of A Thin Man in Bb minor with harp and it’s obviously not his standard 4th position stuff. And you ask, BmM7 âIs this where it is?â And you BmM6 say âwho is that man?â (Cassis Clay (Muhammad Ali) had been given a 4Y deferment bases on low test scores. But still the journalist theme continues, with, Youâve been with the professors Here's something I've been working on for a couple weeks. And you say, âWhatâs mine?â It ought to be either a Lee Oskar Bb natural minor or a Hohner Eb natural minor. Anyway the song still holds up. plant a seed in your heart & plants will grow through your chest. Thin man ends the first side of Highway 61 LP, and when it was released in 1965 I really did wonder about it. fight the growing Vietnam War. And you say, âImpossibleâ Bm7 Who immediately walks up to you Dylan sits somewhere in a familiar (at least to me) agnostic realm of the unknown of the inner mind, our perceptions, and our interactions with society (in the human part of life experience) and another place also familiar to me, where the experimentation with mind altering substances were part of the overall experiment (in the 60s) of life… Psychotomimetic experiences were (at least to me) eerily similar to the confusion described in lines of the song like; “…somebody points to you, and says it’s his, and you say what’s mine, and somebody else says, ‘well, what is?’ and you say, oh my God, am I here all alone??”. "Ballad of a Thin Man" is a song written and recorded by Bob Dylan, released on the album Highway 61 Revisited in 1965. my clothing is radioactive. And he Emscreams back, âYouâre a cow 1 track (6:48). Lately (2009) he seems to be using some minor key harps. It’s not exactly a friendly word in Mr. Jones’ ear, is it? BmM7 With your pencil in your hand Like a BmM7camel and then you frown https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keKoVznWCGk. In order to check if 'Ballad Of A Thin Man' can be transposed to various keys, check "notes" icon at the bottom of sheet music viewer as shown in the picture below. i also dig worms. Sloan credits Bob Dylan for sticking by him when many other musicians and industry insiders dissociated themselves from him. Contempt and disdain in bucketloads I’d have thought. And you go watch the geek But still I come back, crazy though it sounds, to “The World that Jones Made” because that is a story set in a world in which every idea is possible and accepted. And I suppose it was that first line that gave me the feeling of Jones as Mr Middle Class, who has utterly lost touch with his children, to whom he has nothing to say when he gets home. You see somebody naked Bm---x2443x; BmM7---x2433x; Bm7---x2423x; BmM6---x2413x Kiss auto-scroll goodbye! Yeah, this article lost me right from the start. Here's a guitar version in Am, which is what he usually plays these days. Â And they work as an interpretation of Philip Dick’s writing. Your email address will not be published. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Those journalists did have qualifications to study his music and his poems – but they did not use their qualifications. Seems to be people around still like that. The problem for Dylan was that those journalists who came to interview him only wanted some gossip, they could write a story about. By Tony Attwood. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. They are labelled differently but tuned the same and you get a Bb minor scale when you play in 2nd position. I got nothing even close to a feeling of “disdain” from this wondrous and bizarre song/poetry. (A couple of years ago, I read that Dylan quietly went upstate and got married on that weekend. They did not WANT to understand “what was happening”. Â But disdain of what? Ballad of a Thin Man Lyrics: You walk into the room / With your pencil in your hand / You see somebody naked / And you, you say, "Who is that man?" Art – I think it is sometimes helpful to look beyond the immediate article to what else is on the site. One good thing about music - when it hits you, you feel no pain. Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones who became increasingly paranoid with his increasing intake of substances was worries that the song might be about him. AEmgainst you cominâ around Here's another request! Decadence w/ a capital D. (as in Dylan). And says, âHow does it feel So from the start you walk into the room, and the bass is just descending under your feet, and everything has that sad bleak minor feel (“The World that Jones Made” is a dystopia novel, and fits this notion exactly, and certainly relates to the “who is that man?” line – so my early thoughts weren’t that whacky). I always wanted one of those England A Levels! Having said that, or, rather, having typed it into this box, "Ballad of a Thin Man" is a great song, but one that I do not happen to be listening to very often. You know him, but not by that name… I saw him come into the room one night and he looked like a camel. Listen free to Richard Hawley – Ballad of a Thin Man (Ballad of a Thin Man). Â I am not sure it works for all of the song but it certainly works with the sword swallower verse. But the alternative notion – the alternative to my thoughts of Philip Dick and Mr Middle Class who suddenly realises that the world has all changed while he wasn’t looking, Â was that Dylan was writing about a real person. Bm7 You put your eyes in your pocket Bm7 And you say, âFor what reason?â G To just give a check The Dm can be played x03230, which makes the transition between Am and Dm quite smooth. The world is surreal. Required fields are marked *, The meaning behind the music and words of Bob Dylan. He was close to Ginsberg, so he wasn’ a homophobe, from very early on. As he hands you a bone. You raise up your head And you ask: Is this where it is? And he screams back, âYouâre a cow D Anyway they already expect you And you say, DâImpossibleâ For Marqusee, the song became the anthem of an in-group, "disgusted by the old, excited by the new... elated by their discovery of others who shared their feelings", with its central refrain "Something is happening here/ But you don't know what it is/ Do you, Mr. So I still sing it.”. And somebody Emelse says, âWhere what is?â Simply click the icon and if further key options appear then apperantly this sheet music is transposable. Youâve been through all of The Bootleg Series, Vol 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966 (1998 - Live) Getting back to Thin Man as one single person… Â In 1975, Jeffrey Owen Jones, a film director, and lecturer at Rochester Institute of Technology (who died in 2014) was suggested as the person concerned. Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. To be such a freak?â To Emtax-deductible charity organiAzations, Bm Youâve been with the professors They were not prepared for the interviews. Â Just listen again to the opening with that thought in mind…, You walk into the room Who immediately walks up to you When you get Bmhome, Because Dsomething is F#mhappening here Thin man ends the first side of Highway 61 LP, and when it was released in 1965 I really did wonder about it. Â I’ll come back to the England bit in a moment. the music biz entails meeting lawyers. DJust what youâll F#msay Â And they work as a denunciation of the old culture, out of touch with the new. In the Fall of 1965, President Johnson altered the Draft status of all our young men. As he hands you a bone. Â It certainly was a song of disdain – and that plodding descending bass is just so perfect for the contempt that is in the song, symbolising the disdain of the slow walk away. You raise up your head Talking about levels. exibições 70.306. And you Dsay, âOh my God epitomizing the hip e… Thats what the journalists are paid for. The Ballad Of A Thin Man by Bob Dylan Chords Different Versions Chords, Tab, Tabs. But that almost ubiquitous (again, at least for me, because that line is like a staple in my life… it went on playing–in my mind– long after I shut my stereo off…) “Something is happening here and you don’t know what it is… Do you? âItâs hisâ Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. To Gget you facts Ballad of a Thin Man is a popular song by Ouellette, Lefebvre, and Page | Create your own TikTok videos with the Ballad of a Thin Man song and explore 1 videos made by new and popular creators. And you say, âWhat does this mean?â You Dshould be made to F#mwear earBmphones. Bm7 He crosses himself Â They also most certainly were not playing our music – at least until John Peel came along on the pirate station “Radio London”. Jones’ claim to be “the” Jones of the Ballad was suggested in Rolling Stone, in which interview he wrote,Â “I was thrilled â in the tainted way I suppose a felon is thrilled to see his name in the newspaper. Â Indeed I do remember talking to John about this song as we were trying to get him established on the BBC at that time (something against which there was much resistance). It certainly was a song of disdain – and that plodding descending bass is just so perfect for the contempt that is in the song, symbolising the disdain of the slow walk away. And Gwithout further notice Play Advices. i dig donovan too. Or else go homeâ, In the end we are left with those recurrent lines…. Ballad Of a Thin Man Bob Dylan. He did all the hard work. Anyway, musically the song is interesting as one of the few songs by Dylan in a minor key, and with chords totally built around the harmonic minor – by which I mean there is no deviation into flattened 7ths or anything like that. Â Consider…, You hand in your ticket There are a lot of interviews from 1965 on youtube. Try Bryan Sutton's online bluegrass guitar lessons at ArtistWorks.com! My seniors were given a weekly subscription to ‘Time Magazine”. You hand in your ticket And he says, âHow?â G You try so hard The reason I decided to “revisit” (pun intended) this, is because the repetitive line “something is happening here, but you don’t know what it is” seem to fit the philosophical and probably most sought after answer to the question about life and the possibility that there may have been some impetus behind the manifestation of what is this planet and the rest of the universe. And he says, DâHere is your throat back So, every once in a while you got to do this kind of thing, you got to put somebody in their place… So this is my response to something that happened over in England. The Ballad of Hollis Brown; the meaning of the music and the lyrics, http://thebobdylanproject.com/Song/id/47/Ballad-of-a-Thin-Man, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keKoVznWCGk, Tombstone Blues (1965) part VIIIÂ Â Â Â Â Â Ninety Nine Years, After the tour: the creation of a new style of songwriting, Scorsese and Dylan: A Match Made in Fantasy, Tombstone Blues part VII: Found someone, you have, I would say, New owners of Bob’s songs announce their position on political correctness, Bob’s 1974 return to touring – listen to the concert, as the fans demand “Tell it like it was”, Untold Showcase. Â (That actually is the opposite of Jones in the novel, who ultimately very much knows exactly what is happening). When he hears you speak Â (In a certain way Dylan came back to this in Early Roman Kings – culture as a powerful force in its own right). He asks you Em how it feels Â Try verse 2 in that regard. You try so hard But you don't understand Just what you'll say When you get home Because something is happening here But you don't know what it is Do you, Mister Jones?. BmM6 âItâs hisâ You try so hard But you don't understand Just what you will say When you get home Because something is happening here But you don't know what it is And you go watch the geek And then he BmM6 clicks his high heels But there is also a homosexual or bi-sexual interpretation. This link is included in The Bob Dylan Project at: http://thebobdylanproject.com/Song/id/47/Ballad-of-a-Thin-Man (Additional Information). While I should have been studying TS Eliot for my England A level I sat and puzzled and puzzled. Â But if you really know Philip Dick the writer, you will also know that this is exactly his world. President Johnson told all draft eligible men that they could no longer avoid being drafted by being married. BmM6 When he hears you speak D Among the lumberjacks Do you, Mister Jones? Bm7 And somebody points to you and says And you say, âWho is that man?â Oh! To be such a freak?â Jack Davis email@example.com Chords are arranged to simulate the bass line and guitar chords when playing solo guitar. This is probably the best version of "Thin Man" from 1974. But you Em donât understand In my naive state, I’ve always looked at “Ballad of a Thin Man” as simply the older generation’s puzzlement at the younger. Â In most versions of the story the person involved was said to be a “reporter” – and indeed Jones was working at Time magazine at the time of Thin Man’s conception. As soon as he started with “disdain” and the reinforced affirmation of absolute certitude “certainly disdain” … I started to look for something that evinced this assertion in the article… something along the lines of some interviews and comments by Dylan himself. Â In this version, Dylan and Jones talked before Dylan went on stage with his electric set, which caused dismay to some folk purists at the festival. And you say, âOh my God And you say, âImpossibleâ BmM6 And he says, âHow?â Youâre Dvery well F#mread, itâs well Bmknown, Well, Bm the sword swallower, Itâs well known. Or, maybe I’m just doing what he said I should and seeing his words through my own filters. Who immediately walks up to you Shouting the word âNOWâ Released on Highway 61 Revisited (1965) and in live versions on Before the Flood 1974), At Budokan (1978), Real Live (1984), Live 1966 (1998), and No direction home (2005). Bm7 You see somebody naked Anyways, sounds like someone dragged him to a bathhouse and he added a few midgets to tie in the circus (confusion) theme. But whoever wrote this cites no sources for their absolute conclusions, so I’m inclined to dismiss this whole missive as pure conjecture and opinion. Become a star by singing & recording your favorite songs in our Internet karaoke community. But my over reaching obsession with all things Dylan and the great music of that time and also its politics and history have forced me to pay attention to those times! But less we get too carried away by such a revelation, in 1990 Dylan said, “There were a lot of Mister Joneses at that time,” andÂ soÂ everyone has been free to have his or her interpretation. Ballad of a Thin Man Bob Dylan is what he usually plays these days. An observer, a Mid-Westerner, a fish out of water. That quote is particularly interesting in relation to the reviews I’ve just been doing concerning Self Portrait, as before I started this review I was trying to think how to review the two instrumentals from Self Portrait. Very interesting….better than the article. Check out Ballad of a Thin Man by Stephen Malkmus & The Million Dollar Bashers on Amazon Music. Â I also pondered whether Mr Jones was your average middle class American, seemingly in control, running the company, keeping the family together, but with no idea of the revolution that is going on around him. When does it shift? Maybe I’m Mr. Jones, aren’t you? As we move to the middle 8 the notion seems solidified with the talk of “contacts” and the use of imagination as a way of interpretation – keeping the old world going by giving to charity. G And you say, âWhat does this mean?â You try so hard Ballad Of A Thin Man Chords. :) Thibaut THE BALLAD OF A THIN MAN- Bob Dylan Bm Bm / Bb You walk into the room with your pencil in your hand Bm/A Bm / G# You see somebody naked and you say "who is that man?" Key and BPM for Ballad of a Thin Man by Bob Dylan. I asked this guy who he was and he said, ‘That’s Mr. Jones.’ Then I asked this cat, ‘Doesn’t he do anything but put his eyes in his pocket?’ And he told me, ‘He puts his nose on the ground.’ It’s all there, it’s a true story.”, There is also a quote from March 1986, when Dylan said that he wrote Thin Man in response to everyone who kept asking himÂ questions all the time. Who is talking to who? Â Only Jones knew – and he really would have been much happier if he hadn’t. Jack Davis firstname.lastname@example.org Chords are arranged to simulate the bass line and guitar chords when … Offering the largest FREE online karaoke music database. Jones” is, nudity seems to be allowed. I figure a personâs life speaks for itself, right? And BmM7theyâve all liked your looks I was teaching History and current events in high school in 1965, and throughly into Dylan. Sloan and Steve Barri. It all works – that is what makes the song so powerful, and the music with those minor chords and plodding bass all fit as well. Your email address will not be published. When someone attacks your imaginBmation Wherever “Mr. I think mr Jones is taken from the book Victory by Joseph Conrad. But of all of these, the journalist interpretation, especially in relation to the journalist who kicks the man when he’s down by writing about his misery and refusing to let him crawl away and redeem himself, seems to fit best. lol. As he F#mhands you a bBmone, Bm You have many contacts This policy would begin the “following” Saturday. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Key Variations. Jean Genet on organ, ha ha. Didn’t Dylan once say he liked playing with the perspectives here? Some corrections to Harlan Thompson's tab. G Do you, Mister BmJones, Bm You raise up your head Â But I don’t recall John being a Dylan fan particularly so I am not sure we got very far. G---32000(3); Em---02200(0); D---xx0232; F#m---244222; A---x0222(0), Bm You walk into the room F. Scott Fitzgeraldâs books Â The only rule is that you are not allowed to preach your ideas to someone else. You can meet horrible people when you are young and in love. The journalist is watching the show and trying to interpret it for an audience as bemused as he is…. https://www.facebook.com/groups/edlis.cafe/permalink/1112967335408464/, Interesting discussion, long a song that causes debate…. Â The more he tries to find out, the less any of it makes sense, the more freakish they appear. The Grateful Dead perform "Ballad of a Thin Man" on 3/27/1988 at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, VA. Brought to you by Less Than Face Productions. I’ve owned this piece of vinyl for around 35 years, and were it not for the hypnotic progression and almost comedic lyrics I probably wouldn’t be wondering years later what this was about. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. Â I was awed too that Dylan had so accurately read my mind. The Dm can be played x03230, which makes the transition between Am and Dm quite smooth. Ballad Of a Thin Man. But I had other thoughts. electricity comes from other planets. I am not wedded to this interpretation. And theyâve all liked your looks ballad of a thin manwasn't about Jesus, although dylan had a high regard for Him in many of his songs before he became born again. I think we were calling it the counter-culture by then, and in England the counter culture most certainly portrayed the feeling that the largely state controlled media of the era was utterly out of touch with what we were thinking. F#m Thanks for the Bmloanâ, Now, Bm you see this one-eyed midget But this event had nothing to do with England, but rather New England, and the Newport Folk Festival, which would make the date recalled by Dylan fit. G Em You try so hard but you just don't understand D F#m Bm Just what you will say when you get home D F#m … Â “You just get tired of that every once in a while. Em Be such a freak?â Chords Diagrams. "Ballad Of A Thin Man" You walk into the room With your pencil in your hand You see somebody naked And you, you say, "Who is that man?" When you get home. They did not read the text. Bm But nobody has any respect The Ballad Of The Thin Man book. Dylan was quoted in an August 1965 interview with Nora Ephron and Susan Edminston, as saying, “He’s a real person. The key point that pulls all these different theories together is that until the mid-60s culture was very much controlled – suddenly here the kids were breaking free and doing their own thing. BmM7 And you go watch the geek Piano song, original key B minor. He probably has read all of F. Scot Fitzgerald’s books. Â He was an influential in sci-fi as Dylan in contemporary music, and delved into imagery as spooky as Dylan’s. And says, âHow does it feel it’s sorta like ‘Boys in the Band” where suspiciously straight Alan McCarthy stumbles into old school chum Michael’s gay party to “discover” Michael is gay…all this after an ambiguous emotional exchange on the phone. He proceeded to put his eyes in his pocket. G Youâve been through all of F. Scott FitzEmgeraldâs books âHow does it feel to be such a freak?â âYouâre a cowâ. Discussed lepers and crooks Try the book, if you enjoy sci-fi. You walk into the room With your pencil in your hand You see somebody naked and you You say: Who is that man? Lyrics to 'Ballad of a Thin Man' by Bob Dylan. I thought, rather bizarrely I must admit, that maybe Dylan was a sci-fi fan for just before the album’s release, I’d read “The World that Jones Made” written by Philip K Dick nine years before Highway 61 was released. Mr. Jones… That is what makes me think that Dylan may have meant to say a lot more than what this song may appear as in a cursory observation. Â Strange isn’t it, if Dylan never read that novel. Ballad Of A Thin Man by Bob Dylan Key: Bm Bm | Capo: 0 fr | Left-Handed Intro | Bm | Bm | | Bm | Bm | Verse | Bm | F#aug/A# | You walk into the room with your pencil in your hand | D/A | E7/G# | You see somebody naked and you you say who is that man? I took footage from Martin Scorsese's "No Direction Home," D.A. The song goes beyond puzzlement, and the older generation seems to be on an acid trip: the sword swallower, the one-eyed midget.. possibly the most sadistic pop sing ever recorded, surpassing even tiny tim’s ‘tiptoe thru the tulips.’ first listening made me cry, not sentimentally, but from being verbally/ musically whipped. You walk into the room With your pencil in your hand You see somebody naked and you You say: Who is that man? G And you say, âWhatâs mine?â A dark and menacing-sounding song, "Ballad of a Thin Man" addresses a certain "Mr. Jones", telling him repeatedly that he simply doesn't "know what's happening". Give me some milk I don’t think Mr. Jones is Brian Jones or Bob Johnston (two circulated guesses) but a young cute lawyer bisexual Dylan barhopped with one night, their last stop a gay joint. The sword swallower clicking his high heels, the loan of a throat. Dylan had been in the UK and one of the tabloid scandals of the time was Princess Margaret’s marriage to Anthony Armstrong Jones. Â (I don’t think it does). Dylan wrote more songs with this book on his mind. With your pencil in your hand With great lawyers you have Am I here all alone?â. Guitar Tabs Universe At the time, the group was led by P.F. DGive me some F#mmilk A 1966 cover of this song (titled "Mr. Jones (Ballad of a Thin Man)") was the first single for The Grass Roots. Thats what their readers wants. It was covered by Midday Sun, Karina Deniké, Calamity Jane [US1], Theo Hakola & Les Herleurs and other artists. Dick, incidentally also wrote “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” the year after the release of Highway 61, which is the novel behind Blade Runner, and many other significant works. Anyhow, my theory holds that Dylan hit on the junior law partner who didn’t comply then pissed Dylan off into writing this most haunting of refrains. And you say, âFor what reason?â But you donât know what it is and I think quite probably the only people who have been honest with this song are the ones who just admit that indeed they don’t know. Â I won’t bore you with all the details of that novel, for the meaning of the song doesn’t quite fit with the essence of the book, but it does have links to the song and I could imagine Dylan being interested – if sci-fi turned him on that is. G There ought to be a law Because something is happening here And you ask, âIs this where it is?â Here is one. Dylan critic Mike Marquseewrites that "Ballad of a Thin Man" can be read as "one of the purest songs of protest ever sung", with its scathing take on "the media, its interest in and inability to comprehend [Dylan] and his music." You just don’t want to answer no more questions. Many of my students streamed to Las Vegas and Arizona to get married and avoid the draft and Â This was, after all, the mid-60s when there was a real feeling that the old political and social ways could be swept aside for ever, and I think many young people of the era had this feeling that those running the system (by which I mean government, the media, education and the like) were simply out of their depth. And somebody else says, âWhere what is?â I think it was about ’63, ’64. Am F#mI here all aBmlone?â, Bm You hand in your ticket You walk into the room With your pencil in your hand You see somebody naked And you say, “Who is that man?” You try so hard And I came up with some rather odd ideas of my own. According to a local Rhode Island paper Jones then moved on to work inÂ Uruguay and Spain as a film director, before returning to the US, becoming a lecturer in film, while working on educational films for CBS. G And says, âHow does it feel to Bye the Way1 Youâre very well read But you donât understand For Guitar: Or else go Bmhomeâ, Well, Bmyou walk into the room It has always struck me that Mr. Jones is Dylan. Ballad Of a Thin Man. Â You’ll see what I mean. And somebody points to you and says His deferment was gone. The Ballad of the Thin Man: The Authorised Biography of Phil Lynott & Thin Lizzy [Bailie, Stuart] on Amazon.com. Just what youâll say Â That was Philip Dick’s point. But the point is that these verses still work perfectly as the thought of the journalist trying to interpret this crazy world for a publisher who is still stuck in the 1950s. Jones?" Also see Camelot, duration, release date, label, popularity, energy, danceability, and … BmM7 Shouting the word âNOWâ Full lyrics and chords for 'Ballad Of A Thin Man' by Bob Dylan.
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