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Bruce Springsteen

Streets of Philadelphia (3:15)

"Streets of Philadelphia" is an Academy Award and Grammy-winning song written and performed by American singer Bruce Springsteen for the 1993 film Philadelphia.

In early 1993, Philadelphia director Jonathan Demme asked Springsteen to write a song for the in-progress film, and in June 1993, after the conclusion of the "Other Band" Tour, Springsteen did so. It was recorded with Springsteen supplying almost all of the…

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I was bruised and battered, I couldn't tell what I felt.
I was unrecognizable to myself.
I saw my reflection in a window, I didn't know my own face.
Oh brother are you gonna leave me wastin' away

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  • Immortal! [2]
  • Bruce m'accompagne depuis tant d'années !! ...........c'est mon favoris
  • Moby was a nobody in 1993. So no credit to him here.
  • I like those Moby-like keyboards there.
  • perfect ost for beautiful movie
  • I like too...
  • I liked sent to do that to date like to steal jewellery store sales of my body and meditation sugar futures closed down the Meditation stuff does that mean time and there were going to the beach resort of the babies no more kids call me maybe I might ask me about the Meditation
  • Super Song, super Typ - eben der Boss!!!!
  • I like it !
  • I'm not a great fan or Springsteen ,but he's got it spot on for me with this song .

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