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18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “Out in the Street”
“Are you ready to come out (crowd cheers) out in the street?…”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “Factory”
“It wasn’t till I was about...I was 27 or 28...that I tried to think back...about...what my father and my mother had done with their lives...and what I was trying to do with mine...and the things that they’d done for me when I was growing up...so this is a song I wrote...for my Pop...”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “Independence Day”
“I grew up in a house where...there wasn’t a lot of, wasn’t a lot of books, there wasn’t a lot of things that, that...that make you aware of the possibilities of, of, that you have in life and...when I was about…I remember I was about nine years old and I used to go down to the kitchen in the morning and my mother used to have the radio turned to Top 40 station...it was WNEW that was in New York (chuckles)(crowd cheers) or it was WMCA…there were these guys, “The Good Guys,” that’s what they were called, it was probably good guys all over (?)(chuckles)…and it wasn’t till I started hearing some of that music that I thought that, I don’t know, I just made some connection, I thought that, that things could be different, things didn’t have to be the way that they were, that I could live a different way...and like there was chances you could, you could take if you were willing to take ‘em...”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “The Promised Land”
“This is for Steve...(?) I pronounce your name right…and your sister if she’s out there...”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “The River”
“This is, uh...we got a new album out there, we spent a real long time on (crowd cheers) this is called, this song's called “The River” (crowd cheers)...”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “Good Rockin’ Tonight”
“I got one question (chuckles)...just one now...a-one, two, three, four…have you heard the news? there’s good rocking tonight...”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, after “Sherry Darling”
“Let’s hear it for my partner (crowd cheers) that’s some moves…”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “I Wanna Marry You”
“I used to...live in this house that was...it was on this street called South Street, it was like one of the main streets in town...and every day...used to be this one girl, used to walk by, coming in from town ...I used to sit there and watch her, I was about 18, 17, 18...and I was real shy...couldn’t get the nerve to go up to her...you know, introduce myself or something, she, she’d been married, she had a kid...she was older than me...so I used to think of these ways I could attract her attention...I worked one summer, I painted this lady’s house…I went down to Western Auto Store and I bought this guitar...it was 18.95, it was a Tri-tone, Tri-tone guitar...and I learned one song, that was “Twist and Shout” (crowd cheers) so she’d come by and I’d be sitting on the porch, you know, showing off and stuff...she never even looked, never even looked over... eventually we moved away and I never...I never met her, I never got up the nerve to say hello...and I used to think, you think that sometimes as you get older, you would forget about those people, the people that you only see for like, you know, ten seconds or twenty seconds, they just pass you by, but for some reason, you just never do...and as I got older, I remember I used to fantasize about ways that I could’ve met her and stuff, I used to...she would come walking down the street, I would come over, I would bump into her and I would drop my albums…I’d go “Oops, excuse me... my records” (chuckles)...but that stuff...that stuff never works out...Big Man...Sometimes at night when I lie in bed…I still see her face...running round my head...sometimes at night...when I lie in bed…I still see her face...running round my head...here she comes...walking down the street...here she comes…walking down the street…she’s looking so fine, she’s looking so sweet…(?) she’s so fine, she’s looking so sweet…and someday I’m gonna make her mine…I said someday I will…gonna make her mine…she’s gonna stop, she ain’t just gonna pass me by, she’s gonna stop, she ain’t just gonna pass me by, she’s gonna stop, she ain’t gonna just pass me by, she’s gonna stop, she ain’t gonna pass me by…little girl, little girl…little girl…”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “Crush on You”
“(Someone yells out a request)…We’ll get to that, that comes later…(?)…”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, intro to “Hungry Heart”
“Now, boys...I want you to bring it down now...this is a song about...sometimes I think I do but then again I think I don’t...hey Mikey...how you doing, baby? (chuckles)...this is when you meet somebody...how you fall in love with them...and you say “This is gonna be forever”...bring it down a little, band...and then forever sort of goes by…for some reason (?)...”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, middle of “Rosalita”
“On the piano, Professor Roy Bittan (crowd cheers) on the guitar… Miami Steve Van Zandt (crowd cheers) on the bass, Mr. Garry W. Tallent (crowd cheers) on the drums, the Mighty Max Weinberg (crowd cheers) on the organ, Mr. Dan Federici (crowd cheers) and on the saxophone (crowd cheers) do I have to say his name? (crowd cheers) do I have to say his name? (crowd cheers) do I have to say his name? (crowd cheers) the Big Man, Clarence Clemons (crowd cheers)…”

18.10.80 St. Louis, MO, middle of “Detroit Medley”
“Big Man…I think…I hear a train coming on down…I hear a train coming on down…I think it’s coming on and gonna take us, gonna take us to another town…I hear a train coming on down…I hear a train, train, train, train coming down…it’s gonna come and take us, it’s gonna take us to another town…I hear a train, train, train, train, train coming on down…I hear a train, train, train, train’s coming around…it’s gonna come on and take us, gonna take us to another town…hold that thing, boys…sweet and tight now…hold it now…a little lower…little easy…I hear it coming (crowd starts going “Woo-woo”) I hear it coming…I hear it coming…I hear it coming…I hear it coming…New York…Los Angeles…Pittsburgh…Milwaukee…Madison, Wisconsin…Champaign, Illinois…(?) New Jersey…Tampa, Florida… Philadelphia, PA…Birmingham, Alabama…Birmingham, Alabama… coming to New Orleans…Baton Rouge, Louisiana…Dallas, Texas…(?) …St. Louis, Missouri (crowd cheers) St. Louis, Missouri…I hear a train…I hear a train…I hear a train…”

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