Bob Dylan met Sara Lownds (or Lowndes, depending on where you see her name) sometime in 1964, and told her he intended to marry her shortly after. They moved into Hotel Chelsea (in separate rooms) in New York together. They married secretly on November 22, 1965. The public and even most of their close friends didn't know of their marriage until the media reported on it.
Sara inspired a LOT of Bob Dylan's songs, such as "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands," "Sara," the entire album "Blood on the Tracks," and some consider her to have inspired "Isis," "We Better Talk This Over," "Abandoned Love," "Down Along The Cove," "Wedding Song," "On A Night Like This," "Something There Is About You," "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight," "To Be Alone With You," "If Not For You," "Desolation Row," "Where Are You Tonight? (Journey Through Dark Heat)," and "Love Minus Zero/No Limit."
Their marriage became strained in 1974 when Bob's frame of mind was drastically changed by his art teacher, Norman Raeban. They divorced finally in 1977, but later reconsidered marriage.
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