Bruce Springsteen Top 10 Songs

Best Bruce Springsteen Songs – Top 10 All-Time

 

 
Bruce Springsteen is an American, from New Jersey, singer-songwriter of Rock and Roll. His most famous nickname is “The Boss”. Bruce was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999 and also the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Springsteen most notably worked with the E Street Band. Bruce Springsteen’s backing band, the E Street Band, has been with Bruce since 1972. They were also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014. Bruce is the fifteenth highest-selling musician of all-time.

Bruce Springsteen Top 10 Songs

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Bruce Springsteen released his first album in 1973, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. Bruce is still producing studio albums today.

Best Bruce Springsteen Songs

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10. Hungry Heart
Released in 1980
On Album The River
The song is about always roaming with a hungry heart. The song was featured in many movies including Risky Business and The Wedding Singer.

Everybody needs a place to rest
Everybody wants to have a home
Don’t make no difference what nobody says
Ain’t nobody like to be alone


9. Thunder Road
Released in 1975
On Album Born to Run
The song is about a young woman with her boyfriend and their one last chance to make it real.

These two lanes will take us anywhere
We got one last chance to make it real
To trade in these wings on some wheels


8. Streets of Philadelphia
Released in 1994
On Album Philadelphia Soundtrack
The song was featured in the movie Philadelphia. The song was written for the movie about dealing with HIV/AIDS.

I saw my reflection in a window, I didn’t know my own face
Oh brother are you gonna leave me wastin’ away
On the Streets of Philadelphia


7. Secret Garden
Released in 1995
On Album Greatest Hits
The song was featured in the movie Jerry Maguire.

She’s got a secret garden
Where everything you want
Where everything you need
Will always stay
A million miles away


6. Glory Days
Released in 1985
On Album Born in the U.S.A.
The song is bout a man who looks back on his so-called glory days and of people he knew during high school.

Glory days, well they’ll pass you by
Glory days, in the wink of a young girl’s eye
Glory days, glory days


 

5. The River
Released in 1981
On Album The River
The song depicts how economic difficulties are interlaced with the local culture.

That night we went down to the river
And into the river we’d dive
Oh, down to the river we did ride


4. I’m On Fire
Released in 1985
On Album Born in the U.S.A.

At night, I wake up with the sheets soakin’ wet
And a freight train runnin’ through the middle of my head
Only you can cool my desire


3. Born In The U.S.A.
Released in 1984
On Album Born in the U.S.A.
The song deals with the negative effects of the Vietnam War on Americans. The album with the same title had seven single hits the Top 10 in the music charts.

Down in the shadow of the penitentiary
Out by the gas fires of the refinery
I’m ten years burning down the road
I’ve got nowhere to run and nowhere to go


2. Dancing In The Dark
Released in 1984
On Album Born in the U.S.A.
Who was the young girl pulled on stage to dance with Bruce in the music video? Courtney Cox.

You can’t start a fire
You can’t start a fire without a spark
This gun’s for hire
Even if we’re just dancing in the dark


1. Born To Run
Released in 1975
On Album Born to Run
A song thought to be about getting out of Freehold, NJ on Highway 9.

I want to know if love is wild, babe
I want to know if love is real
Oh, can you show me?


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Bruce Springsteen Highest-Charting Songs – U.S.

  • #2 Dancing in the Dark, 1984
  • #5 Hungry Heart, 1980
  • #5 Glory Days, 1985
  • #5 Brilliant Disguise, 1987
  • #6 I’m on Fire, 1985
  • #6 My Hometown/Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town, 1985
  • #7 Cover Me, 1984
  • #8 War, 1986
  • #9 Born in the U.S.A., 1984
  • #9 I’m Goin’ Down, 1985
  • #9 Tunnel of Love, 1987
  • #9 Streets of Philadelphia, 1994

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