“What do you do for a living?” “I confound expectations.”
Bob Dylan gave a rare 35-minute speech at a MusiCares event for the Grammys last night. It’s all interesting, but here’s my favorite part:
Critics have made a career out of accusing me of having a career of confounding expectations. Really? Because that’s all I do. That’s how I think about it. Confounding expectations.
“What do you do for a living, man?”
“Oh, I confound expectations.”
You’re going to get a job, the man says, “What do you do?” “Oh, confound expectations.: And the man says, “Well, we already have that spot filled. Call us back. Or don’t call us, we’ll call you.”