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,,I am my words.'' (Newsweek 1963)

,,Hey, I have no respect for factual knowledge, man. I don't care what anybody knows, I don't care if somebody's a walking encyclopedia. Does that make him nice to talk to? Who cares if Washington was even the first president of the United States? You think anybody has actually ever been helped with this kind of knowledge?'' (Interview door Paul L. Robbins, 1965)

,,There doesn't seem to be any tomorrow. Every time I wake up, no matter in what position, it's always been today.'' (Playboy, 1966)

,,Being noticed can be a burden. Jesus got himself crucified because he got himself noticed. So I disappear a lot.'' (Melody Maker, 1970)

,,If I wasn't Bob Dylan, I'd probably think that Bob Dylan has a lot of answers myself.'' (Playboy, 1978)

,,The world don't need any more songs. They've got enough. They've got way too many. As a matter of fact, if nobody wrote any songs from this day on, the world ain't gonna suffer for it.'' (Song Talk, 1991)

,,You know, I was talking to Neil Young yesterday and he said to me, he said `Bob, you just can't hear cool music on the radio anymore...' And I says to Neil, I says `sure you just need to stick your radio in the refrigerator'.'' (Phoenix, 1999)