The British singer and songwriter says the legendary `Blowin` in The Wind` musician will profit hugely from her cover of his track `Make You Feel My Love`, and although some people don`t like it, she got the seal of approval from the man himself.
She told The Sun newspaper: "It is his second favourite version, after his own. Someone told me the other day that I had killed Bob Dylan with `Make You Feel My Love`. I actually think I`ve saved him.
"He`s going to get about £1 million out of that song. He`s going to get a big pay cheque at the end of the year. I reckon with the amount it`s been played on the radio it`s worth a lot to him.
"Maybe he`ll buy me watch or something."
The `Rolling In The Deep` singer, 22, also revealed how she got turned on to blues music - which has heavily influenced her new record `21` - by her US tour bus driver.
She added: "I was a bit worried about going down the blues route. I only got exposed to blues and country music when I was in America because of my bus driver.
"He used to radio to all the other bus drivers, `Can you pick all your favourite country and blues songs and send them to me?`
"I`ve got thousands and thousands of them, all sorts, Wanda Jackson, Garth Brooks, early Johnny Cash, early Dolly Parton then the Carter Family."