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, released in 1965 (see 1965 in music). The song was originally written as a tribute to Dylan's future wife Sara Lownds. Its main musical hook is a series of three descending chords, while its lyrics articulate Dylan's feelings for his lover, and how she brings a needed zen-like calm to his chaotic world.
About Love Minus Zero/No Limit. Effectively this is a poem in the form of a song, and one of Dylan’s best of the period. The title is intended to be read as a fraction – love minus zero over no limit. Love Minus Zero/No Limit" Track Info. Written By Bob Dylan.
Love Minus Zero/No Limit. Written by: Bob Dylan
Saxons (Love Minus Zero).
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.
And make promises by the ho D ur A. M G y love she laughs like the fl D owers. 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 matchsticks. Crumble into one another.