A sheet of song lyrics about Wisconsin, written in 1961 by Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan, will go up for auction tomorrow (Thursday) in Los Angeles. Nate D. Sanders Auctions says it has no idea how much the sheet will sell for, but the starting bid is 30-thousand dollars. According to the auction house, Dylan wrote lyrics on both sides of the sheet which is torn at the top and is being called a “draft song about Wisconsin, where Dylan spent summers as a youth. He’s a native of Hibbing, Minnesota, and he moved to New York in 1960 — where he wrote and signed the song lyrics, and gave them to musician and former roommate Peter Crago. The auction ends at seven tomorrow (Thursday) night, and you can see images of the sheet and the lyrics at NateDsanders Dot Com.