Jackson Cage (3:03)

Cover of The River

From The River and 14 other releases

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Driving home she grabs something to eat
Turns a corner and drives down her street
Into a row of houses she just melts away
Like the scenery in another man's play

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  • Andre91195

    Whenever this song starts up I think it's Costello.

    10 Nov 2010 Reply
  • puertoricanjane

    I have just recently fallen in love with this song. Bruce is such a great songwriter. "To settle back is to settle without knowing the hard edge that you're settling for."

    3 Mar 2010 Reply
  • heaventree22

    my god this is delicious pop

    19 Feb 2010 Reply
  • MrSykes

    why are there no shouts?! this song rocks!

    29 Jun 2009 Reply
  • BruceNY

    For You is an epic visual storytelling time machine that encourages you to hop on for a ride down thunderous roads to simpler times for a journey through the heart of darkness where the fans feel so close and intimately personal with Springsteen like he's an old college buddy. This book is not just a fine addition to your collection, but is essential for any Springsteen fan. It is a treasure trove of pictures and stories that will not just take you for a ride down memory lane, but will leave you with an impenetrable sense of hope much the same way you feel cruising down the highway and having 'Thunder Road' blast from your speakers with the wind in your hair. When was the last time the written word did that?" www.foryoubruce.com

    2 Aug 2008 Reply

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