Dylan eventually released the song as a single. It was released as the album's lead single and reached number 50 on the US Billboard Hot It appeared on the soundtrack of the film Hope Floats , along with a cover version by Trisha Yearwood as the first and last tracks. It was included first as the bonus track on Fresh Horses for Garth's first Limited Series box set and then included on all later pressings of that album. It was released as the album's fourth and final single on October 27, , both on CD and vinyl, originally peaking at number I said, 'I don't want a cover on my album. It kind of implies that I'm incapable of writing enough of my own songs for my first record.
When the rain is blowing in your face And the whole world is on your case I could offer you a warm embrace To make you feel my love When the evening shadows and the stars appear And there is no one there to dry your tears I could hold you for a million years To make you feel my love I know you haven't made your mind up yet But I will never do you wrong I've known it from the moment that we met No doubt in my mind where you belong I'd go hungry; I'd go black and blue I'd go crawling down the avenue No, there's nothing that I wouldn't do To make you feel my love The storms are raging on the rolling sea And on the highway of regret The winds of change are blowing wild and free You ain't seen nothing like me yet I could make you happy, make your dreams come true Nothing that I wouldn't do Go to the ends of the Earth for you To make you feel my love To make you feel my love. Submit Corrections. Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood covered this song for the soundtrack to the film "Hope Floats" It was the album's fourth single released on the 27th of October. She told Premiere Networks, "My manager is the biggest Dylan fan, and for ages, he'd been bugging me to listen to the song, because I hadn't heard it before. Painting Pictures Japanese Bonus Track. Lyrics licensed by.
According to the source, it now likely ranks in the top 10 of Dylan songs tackled by other artists. Some of his songs only suit Bob Dylan. The lyrics are so story-like. Playing piano, Dylan recorded the song for his album Time Out of Mind. He had a roaring sound happening on that piano. But it would be Adele who made the song the must-croon ballad of the past decade. After she had finished her debut, 19 , manager Jonathan Dickins suggested she cut the song as a last-minute addition to the album.
The video for Adele 's version was released on music channels and her website in late September In the video, Adele is in a city apartment. According to the clock, it is a. The room is in darkness as she looks out at the city. She picks up her phone and starts singing while texting. She continues sitting in darkness looking out at the city and checking her phone regularly for a response. The song ends, and she hears the phone ring, indicating that she's received a text message. The video ends as she sits down to read the message.