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  1. Meeting Across the River Lyrics: Hey, Eddie, can you lend me a few bucks / And tonight can you get us a ride / Gotta make it through the tunnel / Got a meeting with a man on the other side / Hey.
  2. "Meeting across the River," from Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run album, is a song with an evocative melody and lyrics that unfold like a noir fable: a man down on his luck but desperate to make things right with his girl tells his buddy, Eddie, that they have to get across the river for a last-chance meeting with someone, all in the hopes of a big score, two grand/5(7).
  3. This song was the inspiration for the book titled Meeting Across the River: Stories Inspired by the Haunting Bruce Springsteen Song, which is a collection of 21 short stories. >> Suggestion credit: Laura - New York, NY The haunting Jazz-inspired flugelhorn was played by Randy Brecker, formerly of Blood Sweat and Tears.
  4. "Meeting Across The River" Hey, Eddie, can you lend me a few bucks And tonight can you get us a ride Gotta make it through the tunnel Got a meeting with a man on the other side Hey Eddie, this guy, he's the real thing So if you want to come along You gotta promise you won't say anything.
  5. Meeting Across The River. Meeting Across The River Bruce Springsteen. Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. exibições Hey, Eddie, can you lend me a few bucks And tonight can you get us a ride Gotta make it through the tunnel Got a meeting with a man on the other side.
  6. Meeting Across the River song meanings Add your thoughts 21 Comments. sort form View by: Highest Rated General CommentI believe that this song is about a broke guy who is going across the river to rob a drug dealer. He is trying to get his friend to help him EAHon May 13, Link.5/5(3).
  7. Surprisingly good collection of short stories all with loose tie-ins to the Bruce Springsteen song Meeting Across the River. Plots are varied settings but usually include Eddie, Cherry and rivers to cross; sometimes the pawned radio is mentioned, and usually the plots result in things not going quite as planned, just as one imagines the song would end if it continued/5.
  8. "Meeting Across The River" is the darkest and most mysterious song in Bruce Springsteen's catalog. Sung from the protagonist's point of view, it tells of some sort of small-time criminal who in speaking to his friend (and possibly) partner Eddie needs a ride and some to make one last big score/5(2).
  9. Dec 04,  · "Meeting Across the River," from Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run album, is a song with an evocative melody and lyrics that unfold like a noir fable: a man down on his luck but desperate to make things right with his girl tells his buddy, Eddie, that they have to get across the river for a last-chance meeting with someone, all in the hopes of a /5(7).

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