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Just Like Fire Would - Bruce Springsteen - Jesse James (CD)

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  1. According to the album's credits, the song was produced by Bruce Springsteen and recorded by by Carl "Tinker" West and the band line-up is Bruce Springsteen on vocal and guitar, Vini Lopez on drums, David Sancious on piano and organ, Garry Tallent on bass, and Steven Van Zandt on .
  2. Aug 29,  · Nearly 40 years before he wrote “Outlaw Pete,” Bruce Springsteen wrote an even better cowboy epic: “Ballad of Jesse James,” one of the best original songs by the short-lived Bruce.
  3. From the release Darkness on the Edge of Town (Album) First Played in Concert May 23, by Bruce Springsteen at Shea's Performing Arts Center, Buffalo, NY, USA; Most Recently Played November 17, by The Ghost of Bruce Springsteen & the E .
  4. Jesse James Lyrics: Jesse James was a lad that killed many a man / He robbed the Glendale train / He stole from the rich and he gave to the poor / He'd a hand and a heart and a brain / Well it was.
  5. Just Like Fire Would (Brisbane, February 26, ) This Is Your Sword (Cape Town, January 29, ) The Wall (Virginia Beach, April 12, ) Dream Baby Dream (Cincinnati, April 8, ) Non Album Cover Songs Free Nelson Mandela (Johannesburg, February 1, ) /5(3).
  6. JESSE JAMES [Album version] JESSE JAMES [Live version] JESSE JAMES [Live version] JUST LIKE FIRE WOULD [Album version] JUST LIKE FIRE WOULD [Live version] - Lebanese Tribute to Bruce Springsteen.
  7. Just like fire would, I burn up Just like fire would Just like fire would, I burn up miles I've gone today Tomorrow's more Outside my window the world passes by, it's Stranger than a dream Just like fire would, I burn Just like fire would Just like fire would, I burn up I go to work and I earn my pay, Lord My sweat it falls to the ground.
  8. Jesse James was a lad That killed many a man He robbed the Glendale train He stole from the rich And he gave to the poor He'd a hand and a heart and a brain Well it was Robert Ford That dirty little coward I wonder now how he feels For he ate of Jesse's bread And he slept in Jesse's bed And he laid poor Jesse in his grave Well Jesse had a wife.

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