The handwritten manuscript was auctioned by the prestigious Sotheby's.
I guess that there’s one Bob Dylan lucky fan that doesn’t even know how to spell the word “economic crisis.” I’m talking about the collector and hedge-fund trader Adam Sender, who bought Dylan’s handwritten “Times They Are a-Changing” paying for that $422,500.
The price surpassed Sotheby’s initial forecasts, which ranged between $200,000 and $300,000.
Sotheby's Senior Vice President Selby Kiffer told Rolling Stone: "I'll be perfectly frank — I think we could have pushed the estimate up a bit. No Dylan lyric has ever sold for this much, but no Dylan lyric of this stature has ever come up for auction."