Transcript for Wishing the Boss Bruce Springsteen a happy 71st birthday!
As a songwriter. The humanitarian. America's rock and roll laureate and new Jersey's greatest ambassador Bruce Springsteen is quite simply the boss. Through stories about ordinary people from Vietnam veterans to steelworkers. His songs capture the pain in the promise of the American experience. I'm mr. born around. I currently live ten minutes from my. We know. David traced Springsteen's all the way back to be revolutionary war. That it faced up to the civil war and most interesting thing was a small poverty. He beat Lleyton. Small talk about this thing back. Hundreds supposedly from one of my relatives while I'm not the first guitar player and that is better. Please. And only pain waste. I was young man and improve voice tell my story as well I chose my father's voice. My father. Was my hero. And my greatest foe. Springsteen coming to terms he hit and it. He wants to we drive out of the darkness and just solution. Quote. You've fallen in love was lonely you end up that way. The film was basically about the journey that everybody takes some definitions of freedom when you're young it's all about. Go along don't do I want bill that's if you listen. It's a new cities it's nice to catch up definition of freedom to expand. Here civil. Community.
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