Black Jack Davey (The White Stripes Cover)





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Published on Dec 2, 2008

The White Stripes cover of Black Jack Davey, made famous by Bob Dylan.

No video, just audio. Not sorry,
Watch with your ears. It's music.

If you like this song, don't give me any kudos, don't subscribe to me. Buy a White Stripes Album instead.

Pull off, pull off your really white hands,
something, something, Baby!
I drive around around in my little red truck,
listening to Black Jack Davey.
I'm in love with Black Jack Davey.
Something, something,
and then the song ends.

Also, because the comment section is reserved for comments on the artists, I don't even read the comments to this video. I automagically assume the comments are for Jack and Meg White, so if you have a question or want to say something to me, or about me, please inbox me, or forever hold your peace.

RIP the White Stripes!

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    • Seven Nation Army
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    • [Merlin] Beggars (on behalf of XL); Audiam (Publishing), EMI Music Publishing, and 3 Music Rights Societies


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