LOS ANGELES - Bob Dylan who will turn 70, on May 24, 2011, has verified that he and Miley Cyrus will be going into the recording studio to redo a recording of his hit record "Lay Lady Lay."
Dylan first recorded the song back in 1969, and it made it all the way to #7, on the Top 40 music chart. Oddly enough the song did hit the very top of the charts in Portugal, Indonesia, and Dutch West Wakaboonka.
In fact, Dylan was actually given the keys to Yoyo City, the capital of Dutch West Wakaboonka. And as is the custom in the African country that is bordered by Buffaranda, Kamgooganda, and British Boomboobanda, Bob was presented with two zebras, a hippo, a rhino, and a 19-year-old virgin.
Dylan would later write in his book The Question and The Answer Are Blowing in The Wind that he accepted the zebras, the hippo, and the rhino, but he returned the 19-year-old virgin to her rightful parents.
And although they were somewhat offended at first they were glad that their daughter would not have to leave their country and move to America.
Miley and Bob met for the first time at this year's Grammy Award Show. Young Cyrus told him that his hit song "Lay Lady Lay" was her all-time favorite song.
After talking for a while the two decided to get together and go on a tour starting in April. The two will perform in 94 cities throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico on a tour being hailed as The Poet and The Lap Dancer Springtime Concert Tour.
Miley informed Bedroom Pillow Talk that their concert in Cancun, Mexico will take place in The Mrs. Pancho Villa Commemorative Domed Bullring which is the only domed bullring in the entire world.
she stated that her and Bobby (Dylan) will be performing after the bullfight which is being billed in Cancun as the opening act.
After Miley and Bob end their 94-city concert tour they will go into the West Coast Woodstock Recording Studio in Tarzana to record a new remixed version of Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay" which will be retitled, "Lay Lap Dancing Lady Lay."
Bob Dylan first entered the music charts in 1963, 47 years ago with the following three songs:
- Blowin' In The Wind
- Gone With The Damn Wind
- I Swear The Damn Wind Keeps On Blowin' Everything All Over The Effen Place
CREDITS: The author would like to express his sincere thanks to the following individuals: The Mayor of Yoyo City, Dutch West Wakaboonka, the honorable Mayor Tatoomba Simba Funk. To the director of The Mrs. Pancho Villa Commemorative Domed Bullring in Cancun, Mexico, Enrigue E. Enriquez. And to the stunningly gorgeous Eva Longoria for graciously dropping off the very tasty tamales. Once again, I have to ask "What the hell was Tony P. thinking???"