Sugar Baby (Bob Dylan song)

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"Sugar Baby"
Song by Bob Dylan
from the album Love and Theft
Released September 11, 2001
Recorded May 2001
Genre Folk rock
Length 6:40
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Bob Dylan
Producer(s) Jack Frost
Love and Theft track listing

"Sugar Baby" is the final song on Bob Dylan's 2001 album Love and Theft. The song shares its title with the Dock Boggs song, a recording Dylan is said to have treasured as a young folksinger in New York City.

Part of the chord progression and the lines, "Look up, look up, seek your maker, 'fore Gabriel blows his horn" are taken from the song "Lonesome Road", performed by Gene Austin, and later covered by Frank Sinatra in a swing arrangement.

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