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Entertainment Bruce Springsteen: I'm at the 'middle' of my life

03:20  20 october  2020
03:20  20 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Then the songs in the middle explain life and the obstacles in life . Then we get to "Kingdom Of Days". Kingdom of days is a summary of the album working on a dream. This is what this video is about. I feel like bruce wrote this one about him and Patti growing in their later years of life .

Bruce Springsteen . Live 1975-85. I ' m on Fire Lyrics. Sometimes it's like someone took a knife baby edgy and dull And cut a six inch valley through the middle of my skull. At night I wake up with the sheets soaking wet And a freight train running through the middle of my head Only you, can cool my

Bruce Springsteen feels like he's at the "middle" of his life.

a man standing in front of Bruce Springsteen et al. posing for the camera © Bang Showbiz Bruce Springsteen

The 71-year-old singer is "feeling good" about his age and wants to reflect that within his music.

He said: "Life is short but long. So obviously the older you get the shorter it seems, so I feel, hey, I'm just in the middle of it. I'm feeling good and the band is ripping and we're going through this crazy time period, but we're keeping our spirit and given the circumstances of the day we're getting along. So that triumvirate of family, that family work dynamic is always the trickiest thing to suss us out. It took me a long time, for me to get that straight and that's even with my family or mixed directly in with the band is Patti's a band member. If you can balance those two things, it leads for a pretty satisfying life. And I've been lucky enough to sort that through as I've gotten older. We always wanted to make music that followed our lives along. I said, I didn't want to find myself as 40 years old on stage sort of feeling funny about singing a song that I wrote when I was 20, where I was trying to hold onto some ephemeral sense of use."

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Bruce Springsteen performing "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live", live at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, 2006 Listen to Bruce

One of Springsteen ’s most iconic songs, “Born in the U.S.A.” is about the troubled return home of a Vietnam veteran. Its original working title was “Vietnam”. See, I ’ m of the type that prefers to read the book instead of seeing the movie. Words. I like details not too much just enough to let me know I ’ m on

And the 'I'm On Fire' singer has been quarantining at home amidst the coronavirus pandemic and is taking it "a day at a time".

Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, he added: "I'm like everybody else, man. I'm like everybody else. I've been taking it a day at a time and that's all you can do really. I haven't had any particular secret as how deal with the whole thing. Just Patti and I were, we literally just been taking it a day at a time, doing what we can. We were lucky in that we made our record and shot the film with it a few months before the virus hits, so I had something to do and I could do it with a relatively small group of people. That helped a lot. I've been able to stay busy, which has helped, but it's just been a day at a time like everybody else. I don't have any great wisdom as to how to get through whatever this is that we've been going through."

The best songs of all time: Bruce Springsteen - "Born In The U.S.A." .
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band only needed two takes in the studio for their biggest hit. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Cover of the single "Born In The U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band only needed two takes in the studio for their biggest hit. Actually, "U.S.A." was a guitar-and-singing protest song that Springsteen had planned for his acoustic album "Nebraska".

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