This song may be catchy partly because it relates to a deep level of the soul: the initial separation from the field of unity. On the way back we may be confronted with wounds from the past.
Oh Sister, like many Dylan songs, can be interpreted on various levels: a relationship of siblings, a love affair, possibly with biographical references? From a spiritual perspective, it may be the spirit aspect addressing the soul aspect in man.
Harry Styles' Sign of the Times may remind us to accept lessons of karma, let go of our old life, and break through to a new state of being.
Cohen's Ballad of the Absent Mare is the most spiritual rock and pop song I have encountered because it describes the full path rather than certain aspects.
What might seem like a trivial, light popular song, can be read as a conversation between a seeker and her awakening spirit-soul.