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Lyrics to 'The River' by Bruce Springsteen: Now those memories come back to haunt me They haunt me like a curse Economy Now all them
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"The River" is written about Bruce Springsteen's sister, who got married very young, and her early life with her husband. The song was based on conversations Springsteen had with his brother in law, after the latter lost his job but never complained and tried hard to find ways of providing his family.
Bruce brings the Devils & Dust solo tour to an unforgettable conclusion with a set list that pulls out all the stops for the final show in Trenton.
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A blowout double album split evenly between huge house party numbers (and a wealth of live staples) and darker, real world tales in the vein of the title track, The River represented a Springsteen out to explore the emerging dualities of his music.
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The River (Bruce Springsteen song)
"The River" is a song written and recorded by Bruce Springsteen, accompanied by the E Street Band, in 1979. The title track of his fifth album, it was a hit single in parts of Europe in 1981; it reached No. 25 in the Netherlands, and the top 10 in both Sweden and Norway. Its B side was either "Independence Day" or "Ramrod", depending on the ...
The River (Bruce Springsteen album)
The River is the fifth studio album by Bruce Springsteen. It was released on October 17, 1980, by Columbia Records. Springsteen's only double album, The River was produced by Jon Landau, Springsteen, and bandmate Steven Van Zandt.
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Always a champion of the working class, Springsteen has often spoken out against income inequality, which became a big political issue in the late '00s.