rosiejaneymary

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About rosiejaneymary

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  • Birthday 03/26/1960

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  • Location
    Somewhere in the swamps of Northern New Jersey
  • Gender
    Female
  • Springsteen fan since?
    Always and forever
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    WAVE! (Yeah...I know...)
  • Interests
    (Besides Bruce? Hmmm...!) Education, reading, American football, hockey, friends, family, music, more Bruce...
  • Sex?
    A bit personal, no?

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  1. Another show I was lucky enough to witness!!! Love anytime we get Racing...
  2. LOOOOVE Boom Boom!!! Was lucky enough to be at this show...
  3. I was lucky enough to be there that night... (Sorry about the sideways photos...)
  4. It's been a long time since we laughed together It's been a long time since we cried Raise your glass for the comrades we've lost My friend it's been a long, long time (Southside via Stevie...)
  5. Get out the way, Old Dan Tucker You're too late to get your supper Get out the way, Old Dan Tucker You're too late to get your supper
  6. You make up your mind, you choose the chance you take You ride to where the highway ends and the desert breaks Out on to an open road you ride until the day You learn to sleep at night with the price you pay
  7. IMO, no... not one ‘weak’ song on WS. I agree. I don’t think he has ever written a ‘weak’ song. You or I may not love or like every single song in his VAST catalogue (admittedly there are very few I dislike; as well as a few I could ‘take or leave’). Doesn’t make the song ‘weak.’
  8. I remember finding out about you Every day, my mind is all around you Looking out from my lonely room, day after day Bring it home, baby, make it soon I give my love to you
  9. Me too! Absolutely perfect way to start the album IMO. Don’t think it’s a “weak” song at all, but hey... to each their own.