Garth Brooks and co-writer Jenny Yates lost at the Golden Globe Awards Sunday, (Jan. 21) but the sting couldn't have been that bad. Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan walked away with Best Original Song for "Things Have Changed," a tune he wrote for the Michael Douglas film Wonder Boys. Brooks and Yates were nominated for "When You Come Back to Me Again" from the Dennis Quaid movie Frequency. Coincidentally, the last song Brooks recorded for a film was a Dylan tune, "To Make You Feel My Love," featured prominently on the screen and soundtrack for Hope Floats, starring Sandra Bullock. Also walking away empty-handed Sunday night was country music stalwart Marty Stuart, up with Kristin Wilkinson and Larry Paxton for Best Original Score, for All the Pretty Horses. The real losers, however, were the producers of the awards show, who misspelled Stuart's name on the graphics used while announcing the category's nominees.