Thursday, May 9, 2013

Bruce Springsteen: Working On A Dream

In this music video, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band perform, in studio, “Working on a Dream,” from the album of the same name. It is the 16th studio album by the American rocker, officially released on January 27, 2009. The song was first performed during Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.

I'm working on a dream/Though sometimes it feels so far away/I'm working on a dream/And I know it will be mine someday

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Working On A Dream
by Bruce Springsteen

Out here the nights are long, the days are lonely
I think of you and I'm working on a dream
I'm working on a dream

Now the cards I've drawn's a rough hand, darling
I straighten the back and I'm working on a dream
I'm working on a dream

Come on!

I'm working on a dream
Though sometimes it feels so far away
I'm working on a dream
And I know it will be mine someday

Rain pourin' down, I swing my hammer
My hands are rough from working on a dream
I'm working on a dream

Let's go!

I'm working on a dream
Though trouble can feel like it's here to stay
I'm working on a dream
Well our love will chase trouble away

Alright!

That's professional whistling right there!

I'm working on a dream
Though it can feel so far away
I'm working on a dream
Our love will make it real someday

The sun rise up, I climb the ladder
The new day breaks and I'm working on a dream
I'm working on a dream [Repeat: x3]

Hey!

I'm working on a dream
Though it can feel so far away
I'm working on a dream
Our love will make it real someday
I'm working on a dream
Though it can feel so far away
I'm working on a dream
And our love will make it real someday

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