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Bob Dylan letters and unpublished lyrics sell for $495,000 at auction

A treasure trove of memorabilia related to Bob Dylan, including interviews from 1971 that reveal he wrote the song Lay Lady Lay for Barbra Streisand, brought in a total of $495,000 at auction this week. The stash included

unpublished lyrics, personal letters, interview tapes and photos, from the personal collection of Tony Glover, a renowned harmonica player and longtime friend of Dylan. Glover died last year.

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