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Bob Dylan Plays Fitting ‘The Night We Called It A Day’ on Penultimate ‘Letterman’

It was the singer-songwriter's first appearance on the show in 22 years

Bob Dylan swung by The Late Show with David Letterman last evening to play “The Night We Called It a Day” on the legendary host’s penultimate show. Letterman shared a charming anecdote about his son, who told him that life’s two most important lessons were “Be nice to other people” and “The greatest songwriter of modern times is Bob Dylan.” Watch his first performance on Letterman in 22 years above.