Re: MIND CONTROL AND THE MUSIC INDUSTRY
I found this on Wikipedia:
The songs "Reno" and "Long Time Comin'" came as a surprise to many listeners. "Reno" describes in graphic detail an encounter with a prostitute. "Long Time Comin'" has the word "fuck" in the lyrics. Springsteen explained the two songs by revealing that "Reno" was about a man so in love with his lost wife that his desperation could not be vanquished even by a prostitute ("It wasn't the best I ever had / not even close") and that the expletive in "Long Time Comin'" was not negative but, in fact, a positive affirmation ("I ain't gonna fuck it up this time," referring to raising his new child).
A man so in love with his LOST wife?
Where'd she go?
Disappear into thin air?
Couldn't find her way back home?
I guess Springsteen had a child with someone we don't know about and he "fuc*ed" it up and, according to this song, he's having another child and he ain't gonna f**k it up this time. Is the MRS. pregnant?
Maybe he fuc*ed up raising the baby he had with MARY!!! cause you know he got her pregnant when she was just 17 and we haven't heard yet anything about this.
"And those memories come back to haunt him and they haunt him like a curse."
"Is a dream a lie if it don't come true or is it something worse."
IT'S A NIGHTMARE.
How could a dream ever be a LIE????
What world does he live in?
The stories, MY!!!
Very VIVID IMAGINATION!