Bill Murray is sneaking around, so you know, just your average Sunday morning. Murray has a pattern of consistently one upping himself; first Caddyshack, then Ghostbusters; he makes an impromptu appearance behind the bar
in Austin during SXSW, then he got low to "Turn Down For What"
at a party he crashed in Charleston; he sang Roxy Music's "More Than This" in Lost in Translation
, and now he's trolling through Bob Dylan's "Shelter From The Storm".
He's become famous for capping his strange encounters with the frustratingly matter of fact phrase, "No one will ever believe you," which has inspired it's own blog
, but this particular Murray moment comes from his latest film, St. Vincent
, so everyone will believe you when you say you saw Bill Murray sing along with his Walkman to Bob Dylan's "Shelter From The Storm" with a cigarette between his lips.