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Thanks for a wonderful year to all the Tramps and Bruce and E Street... See you all 'Further On Up the Road'...

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What an incredible setlist! Go Brucey!!

I enjoy Sunny Day as a cheesy song to sing a long to and have a laugh! Don't particularly love the whole child aspect, but its a really sweet concept for those kids to have memories being on stage with Bruce. He knows it too, he's just such a generous guy.

I bet a good 99% of these Kids went through some heavy Pawlov inspired training by their parents to be wanting to be on stage with Bruce....

For me it´s realising their dream of coming close to Bruce through their kids...

As a Sunny Day dad that's not the reality for me or my boy... my boy's favourite songs are 'Prove It', 'No Surrender' and 'Doctor Who' which he plays constantly, so knowing two lines from Sunny is pretty easy going for him... so no Pavlov (Pawlov? Who's he?) training for us... time tables and reading more like ^_^

Like i said, there might be some kids who really dig his music but for most of them it seems that it´s more their parents wish than theirs

Ivan Pavlov: See area on legacy and conditioned Reflex http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Pavlov ;)

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Weird tour for me only one concert!!! Not done that since my first concert which was Sheffield TOL. But Coventry gave me all i needed, not seen a set list that has beaten it for me personally. Hoping for new tour before too long whatever type it may be. Enjoyed GOTJ and Seegers as much as any. See you up the road xx

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What an incredible setlist! Go Brucey!!

I enjoy Sunny Day as a cheesy song to sing a long to and have a laugh! Don't particularly love the whole child aspect, but its a really sweet concept for those kids to have memories being on stage with Bruce. He knows it too, he's just such a generous guy.

I bet a good 99% of these Kids went through some heavy Pawlov inspired training by their parents to be wanting to be on stage with Bruce....

For me it´s realising their dream of coming close to Bruce through their kids...

As a Sunny Day dad that's not the reality for me or my boy... my boy's favourite songs are 'Prove It', 'No Surrender' and 'Doctor Who' which he plays constantly, so knowing two lines from Sunny is pretty easy going for him... so no Pavlov (Pawlov? Who's he?) training for us... time tables and reading more like ^_^

Like i said, there might be some kids who really dig his music but for most of them it seems that it´s more their parents wish than theirs

Ivan Pavlov: See area on legacy and conditioned Reflex http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Pavlov ;)

Yes it's the spelling of Pawlov that I questioned...

'some heavy Pawlov'?

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Thanks to the setlisters! Thanks to Bruce and the band. My four shows this year were so close together that I feel as if I've been on a constant rollercoaster (the only 'downs' were when Bruce left the stage). Now the rollercoaster has suddenly stopped. Gah!!

Must get back to the Palace and open some windows ^_^

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Wrecking Ball World Tour has been phenomenal ... 129 shows, 240+ different songs played, over 3 million fans have seen this magic being created in person. Even at 63 years of age Bruce Springsteen and his heartstopping, hard rocking, pants dropping, booty shaking, love making, viagra taking, legendary E Street Band provides greater entertainment and value for money than anyone else ever has or perhaps ever will. We've laughed, we've cried, we've met some great people along the way ... every show has something special for someone, every show packed with excitement. Wrecking Ball 2012/13 has been, quite simply, a life-changing, defining experience for me and countless others. Every time I worry it's going to be the last show, even though the band are showing no signs of slowing down you can't ever take anything for granted. I know we all like to complain at times but I hope you've all enjoyed every minute of the shows you've been to this year.

"Now when all the steel and these stories, they drift away to rust.

And all our youth and beauty has been given to the dust.

Your game has been decided, and you're burning down the clock -

And all our little victories and glories have turned into parking lots.

When your best hopes and desires are scattered to the wind.

And hard times come, and hard times go, just to come again ...

BRING ON YOUR WRECKING BALL."

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A special thanks to everyone here who have kept the set lists alive, as a few of you will have read elsewhere I wasn't well enough to get to any of my planned dates this year so it has been especially emotional laying here these nights knocked out by his choice of songs, I have to rely on YouTube and any boots to bring it alive, but despite the obvious pangs of envy and regret at not being there and the worry as to if and when we'll meet again further up the road, you guys have been the next best thing...thank you, thank you Bruce, the Band, the crew...I am sure as hell going to "stay hard, stay hungry, stay alive" if I can. Until then...cheers and take good care of yourselves.

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Thanks to Ciaran & Sue for setlist tonight. Very much appreciated.

Thanks to the greatest little house band in all the land for memories to last me a lifetime.

Enjoy your well deserved break guys & I'll see you further on up the road.

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I cried and cried a bit more. ..so sad. Bit of a drunk shouty crowd again. So glad he said 'last dance for a little while.' And we'll be back a zillion times. So sad though and I am a weeeping mess after This Hard Land.

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Just about to hit the hay after getting home from an unbelievable 2 nights here in my favourite place in the world, Kilkenny. Thank you Bruce for choosing to come to our little city- the last few days have just been electric here and I did shed a few tears at both shows!

I think I enjoyed tonight's gig more but I am so so exhausted I can't really think about it properly til I get some sleep. Went to the hurling match before the concert today and I have to say- if ever there was a way to take you out of the depression of losing a game, it's going to a Bruce show. Things aren't so bad after all... and even our "Boss" in Kilkenny, Brian Cody the hurling manager was in the crowd tonight.

Very emotional ending to the tour when Bruce said "The older you get, the more it means". I think that's true for everything in life, but it's wonderful to see that Bruce has no intention of stopping any time soon.

One word to describe being there tonight- privileged.

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I cried and cried a bit more. ..so sad. Bit of a drunk shouty crowd again. So glad he said 'last dance for a little while.' And we'll be back a zillion times. So sad though and I am a weeeping mess after This Hard Land.

last dance for a little while is a lovely way of saying it.Nice to end with this hard land.did he get the card?

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Just about to hit the hay after getting home from an unbelievable 2 nights here in my favourite place in the world, Kilkenny. Thank you Bruce for choosing to come to our little city- the last few days have just been electric here and I did shed a few tears at both shows!

I think I enjoyed tonight's gig more but I am so so exhausted I can't really think about it properly til I get some sleep. Went to the hurling match before the concert today and I have to say- if ever there was a way to take you out of the depression of losing a game, it's going to a Bruce show. Things aren't so bad after all... and even our "Boss" in Kilkenny, Brian Cody the hurling manager was in the crowd tonight.

Very emotional ending to the tour when Bruce said "The older you get, the more it means". I think that's true for everything in life, but it's wonderful to see that Bruce has no intention of stopping any time soon.

One word to describe being there tonight- privileged.

"The older you get, the more it means".

like that.As you said, its true for everything in life.You can see it means the world to him.

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