9 thoughts on “ My City Of Ruins - Bruce Springsteen - Get Out Of Denver 2003 (CDr)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Get Out Of Denver on Discogs.
  2. Jul 30,  · My City of Ruins Lyrics: There is a blood red circle / On the cold dark ground / And the rain is falling down / The church door's thrown open / I can hear the organ's song / But the congregation's.
  3. The Official Bruce Springsteen Website. A critical and commercial knockout — and his first album with the E Street Band in 18 years — The Rising is widely considered Springsteen’s response to 9/ But it’s also true that its core themes — faith, hope, loss and the creation of strength from each — were at heart a continuation of the work he’d begun decades before.
  4. Bruce Springsteen – My City Of Ruins Lyrics. from album: The Rising () There's a blood red circle On the cold dark ground And the rain is falling down The church doors blown open I can hear the organ's song But the congregation's gone My city of ruins My city of ruins Now the sweet veils of mercy.
  5. Springsteen wrote this about Asbury Park, New Jersey, a resort town near where he grew up. Springsteen went there a lot when he was young, and watched it deteriorate as he got older. It is now mostly neglected. This took on new meaning after the September 11th terrorist attacks on the US. It became.
  6. Denver gets a namecheck and a tour premiere right out of the gate as Bob Seger's "Get Out of Denver" starts the show. Like "Seven Nights to Rock," Springsteen had covered the song at the RCDS Benefits at the Stone Pony, but this is the E Street Band debut.
  7. The June 16, show at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium was released through the Bruce Springsteen Archives in October Live audio of this tour was noted to be difficult to release due to being recorded using proprietary audio software that has since become out of date.
  8. The song was written in November , for an Asbury Park, New Jersey Christmas show benefit to help promote the revitalization of the city and took on an entirely new meaning soon after the September 11 attacks, offering a message of hope and rising from the ruins.

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