Bob Dylan’s Handwritten Lyrics Are Up For Sale For $1.375 Million

Bob Dylan‘s lyrics for one of his hit songs became a groundbreaking work of rock music history and are available to be bought for hundreds of dollars through a website. Even though it’s exciting news for longtime fans, the price tag can be more interesting for some.

‘Highway 61 Revisited’ is the sixth studio album of Bob Dylan, released on August 30, 1965, and it received very positive reviews from fans and music critics worldwide. The singer combined blues-based music with poetry in the record, especially in the middle of America’s political and cultural chaos. Some of its tracks, ‘Tombstone Blues,’ ‘It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry,’ and ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ became very popular among rock music lovers.

Considering its popularity, it’s not surprising that items related to ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ were very precious; therefore, the dedicated followers have always been ready to pay a fortune to own them. One of these pieces is the original handwritten lyrics of it. TMZ reported that Dylan’s team had sold it to a collector more than a decade before the ongoing sale, and now it’s open to the public for another one.

Moments In Time, a website where people can sell and buy rare and original autographs, signed photos, and manuscripts from legendary artists, recently determined the price as $1,375 million, and another classic song named ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ costs $425,000 on the same platform.

You can listen to ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ and ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ below.