In his first television interview for almost 20 years, Bob Dylan says he never saw himself as a singer-songwriter and felt more comfortable with the idea of becoming Elvis Presley than the prophet of a generation.
In the interview, the 63-year-old folk-rock legend says the hero worship of the 1960s generation often left him feeling like an "impostor". "You're the saviour.' I never wanted to be a prophet or a saviour. Elvis maybe. I could see myself becoming him. But prophet? No."
Elvis recorded A few songs by Bob Dylan: "Blowin' in the Wind", Don't Think Twice It's All Right", "I Shall Be Released" and " Tomorrow Is a Long Time".
Source: Topix / Updated: Dec 5, 2004