Bill Murray’s Glorious Off-Key Cover Of Bob Dylan Is The Best Thing You’ll Hear All Day

Bill Murray can do no wrong. The comedian has become the newest internet darling after some of his crazy antics garnered attention from the media. From having a day named after him at the Toronto Film Festival to crashing bachelor parties, driving taxis, attending random house parties and being a guest at George Clooney’s wedding, the actor is the guy everyone wants to hang out with — sorry Chris Pratt. And while the actor can hold his own in a round of karaoke with complete strangers, his cover of a Bob Dylan song is a bit of a mumbling mess. (But we love it anyway.)

The newest Murray gem comes from his film St. Vincent. The actor plays a curmudgeon old war vet who becomes the defacto babysitter to his next door neighbor’s young son. The film debuted at TIFF a few weeks ago but this clip featuring Murray slurring a few lines from Dylan’s “Shelter From the Storm” with a cigarette jammed between his teeth is our most recent look of the movie.