Love Minus Zero/no Limit Uke tab by Bob Dylan

4 Chords used in the song: C,G,F,Dm

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C C
My love, she speaks like silence
G G F F C C
Without ideals or violence.
G G F F
She doesn't have to say she's
C C
faithful
Dm Dm F F G G
Yet she's true, like ice, like fire.
C C
People carry roses
G G F F C C
And make promises by the hours
G G F F C C
My love laughs like the flowers
Dm Dm G G C C
Valentines can't buy her.


In the dime stores and bus stations
People talk of situations
Read books, repeat quotations
Draw conclusions on the wall.
Some speak of the future
My love, she speaks softly
She knows there's no success like failure
And that failure's no success at all.

The cloak and dagger dangles
Madams light the candles
In ceremonies of the horsemen
Even the pawn must hold a grudge.
Statues made of match sticks
Crumble into one another
My love winks, she does not bother
She knows too much to argue or to judge.

The bridge at midnight trembles
The country doctor rambles
Bankers' nieces seek perfection
Expecting all the gifts that wise men bring.
The wind howls like a hammer
The night blows cold and rainy
My love she's like some raven
At my window with a broken wing.

 

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About this song

"Love Minus Zero/No Limit" (read "Love Minus Zero over No Limit") is a song written by Bob Dylan for his fifth studio album Bringing It All Back Home. The title is, according to Dylan, a fraction with "Love Minus Zero" on the top and "No Limit" on the bottom. The song, which follows a simple melody in the key of E, highlights Dylan's increasingly complex metaphors, and rhyming schemes during the mid-1960s. The song alludes to a kind of unconditional love that does not judge and is not distracted with material things. Read more on Last.fm.