Vocalist/keyboardist Alexis Taylor told the Sun newspaper that he thought this song contains the best lyrics he'd ever written.
Taylor explained the album title to Slate magazine: "I got to thinking about relationships and how quite an important moment takes place in the dark. As human beings, we are all 'made in the dark' to some extent. I was ...
The answer is ... both. Dylan prefers "over"; everyone else sings "of".
In the recording posted, this 1965 recording, this other 1965 recording, this 1971 recording, this 1975 recording, and this 1999 recording Dylan clearly sings "over".
But in the original recording on Bringing It All Back Home, he sings "of".
The line refers to British newspaper columnist, rock music journalist, television presenter, author, musician and political activist Garry Bushell.
His scathing reviews of the early punk incarnation of Adam and the Ants led to him being name-checked, along with veteran NME writer Nick Kent, in the band's song "Press Darlings".
It's not canon, but I've always suspected it's "blow up the moon". It rhymes, it fits the meter and it also fits the theme very well.
That's all the family news that we're allowed to talk about.
We really hope you'll come and visit us soon.
I mean we're literally begging you to visit us.
And make it quick before they blow up the moon
But, as the ...