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Things Have Changed

"Things Have Changed"
B-side "Blind Willie McTell" (Live version)
Released May 1, 2000
Format 7" single, CD single, extended play CD (Japan)
Recorded 1999
Genre Rock, country rock, folk rock, blues rock
Length 3:37 (radio edit)
5:09 (video version)
5:25 (full-length version)
Label Columbia Records
Writer(s) Bob Dylan[1]
Producer Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan singles chronology

"Love Sick"
"Things Have Changed"
"Someday Baby"
Music sample

"Things Have Changed" is a song from the film Wonder Boys, written and performed by Bob Dylan.[1] The song was released as a single on May 1, 2000. "Things Have Changed" won the Academy Award,[2][1] and the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song.

The director of Wonder Boys, Curtis Hanson, also created a music video for "Things Have Changed," filming new footage of Bob Dylan on the film's various locations and editing it with footage used in Wonder Boys as if Dylan were actually in the film.

"Things Have Changed" has been used in the Showtime series Brotherhood and twice in the CBS series NCIS, and is featured on the NCIS soundtrack.

The track peaked at #58 in the UK Singles Chart.[1]

Track listings

7" single (COL 669379 7) — Limited numbered edition[3]
A "Things Have Changed" – 5:08
B "Blind Willie McTell" (Live version) – 7:01
CD promo single (COL 669333 1) — Europe[4]
  1. "Things Have Changed" (Radio Edit) – 3:37
  2. "To Make You Feel My Love" (Live) – 4:10
CD single (COL 669333 2)[4]
  1. "Things Have Changed" (Radio Edit) – 3:37
  2. "To Make You Feel My Love" (Live) – 4:10
  3. "Hurricane" – 8:33
  4. "Song to Woody" (Live) – 4:26
Things Have Changed / Dylan Alive Vol. 3 (SRCS 2306) — Japanese extended play CD[4]
  1. "Things Have Changed" – 5:09
  2. "Highlands" (Live) – 11:19
  3. "Blowin' in the Wind" (Live) – 7:10
  4. "To Make You Feel My Love" (Live) – 4:11


  • "Blind Willie McTell" recorded live at on August 17, 1997.[3]
  • "To Make You Feel My Love" recorded live at Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, 21 May 1998.[4]
  • "Hurricane" taken from the 1976 album Desire.
  • "Song to Woody", "Highlands" and "Blowin' In The Wind" recorded live at Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, California, 16 Mar 2000. This live version of "Highlands" and "Blowin' In The Wind" is available from the bonus CD with the The Best of Bob Dylan, Vol. 2 limited edition, while the live version of "Song to Woody" was previously unreleased.[4]


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