Legendary rocker Bob Dylan says if he had not become a musician, he would have been a school teacher.
Bob Dylan, 73, said he would have been a professor of either Roman History or Theology, reported People magazine.
“If I had to do it all over again, I’d be a school teacher,” the 11-time Grammy-winner said in an interview to AARP magazine while promoting his album ‘Shadows in the Night’,
“Probably Roman History or theology,” he replied, when asked what would he have taught to his students.
‘Shadows in the Night’ will release on February 3.