I'm not a big Dylan fan for a whole range of reasons, but Blonde on Blonde is one of those albums that is good whether you're personally attuned to the artist. Some of it is that he never had more "soul" than on that album, in particular here. This may be his best song musically, IMO, and Visions of Joanna might be the best lyric he ever wrote. This is usually not included when people name his best songs, maybe because it's more pop, but for me it's right up there with Like A Rolling Stone, Subterranean Homesick Blues, and the aforementioned Visions of Joanna.
I was going to comment on how Dylan's piano playing usually isn't discussed, but I looked it up and a session player played on this one so never mind. I heard a rock critic describe the piano work here as "Gershwin meets the Blues" which is about right. It really vaults the song.