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  1. Dec 11,  · In the 41 years since the release of his debut, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J., Bruce Springsteen has built up a catalog of songs nearly unrivaled in the history of rock, from the streetwise.
  2. ACROSS THE BORDER BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN "For what are we without hope in our hearts" dedicated to "THE BOSS" Bruce Springsteen. EAST RUTHERFORD, 11 CD. A FLYNN COMPILATION "THE SEEGER SESSIONS TOUR" TOUR, 7 CD. A FLYNN COMPILATION "LOVE, TEARS AND MYSTERY" TOUR, 11 CD. A FLYNN COMPILATION.
  3. Dec 27,  · The CD is a reflection on Springsteen’s belief that today’s immigrants are no different from the Okies–desperate, driven, unwanted, but unbroken. Indeed the title track suggests that the real ghost of Tom Joad is the human spirit in all of us that keeps pushing, struggling, straining, and refusing to give up, no matter the odds.
  4. This song is by Bruce Springsteen and appears on the album Ghost Of Tom Joad (). Tonight my bag is packed Tomorrow I'll walk these tracks That will lead me across the border.
  5. General CommentI don't know about the suicide thing but if you take the song at the 1st level: someone who is trying to cross the border to find happiness I think it's one of the Greatest song of Springsteen. Beyond the figures and the debate about immigration, it just tell the story and the feeling of someone looking for happiness and who decide to find it across the border.
  6. "Meeting Across the River" is the seventh track on Bruce Springsteen's breakthrough album, Born to Run; it also appeared as the B-side of "Born to Run", the lead single from that album. The song is often paired with "Jungleland" in concert, though without the Randy Brecker trumpet part from the record and with regular bass guitarist Garry Tallent.
  7. This album featured some highly detailed lyrics regarding his relationship with father ("Independence Day"), his sister ("The River"), unemployment, and death. The recurring themes of night, darkness, cars are front and center here as well/5().
  8. My personal favorite from this album. Much like several songs on "The Ghost of Tom Joad", "The Line" has an epic cinematic feel. This song is a great example of Springsteen's softer side while still remaining bleak and ultimately heartbreaking. A great song from one of my favorite Springsteen albums.

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