Dylan penned the passive-aggressive breakup ballad in 1962 after girlfriend Suze Rotolo moved to Italy for several months. He turned that real-life romance around so that in the song he is the one leaving. “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” is a laid-back, unadorned number, with pointed lyrics sung softly over a fingerpicked acoustic guitar. “I ain’t sayin’ you treated me unkind,” Dylan sings to an imaginary woman, most likely Rotolo. “You could have done better but I don’t mind/ You just kinda wasted my precious time/ But don’t think twice, it’s all right.” Dylan may have been considered the voice of a generation, but on “Don’t Think Twice,” he’s also the voice of everyone who has ever been spurned.