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22.02.81 Columbia, SC, intro to ´´Independence Day´´
´´Alright, it´s, it´s gonna, gonna be a long show tonight so you guys ought to sit down....yeah ....(music starts)....I remember when I was growing up....I was....and I was living with my folks....as I got older (?) all the things that we, we never said to each other....and....it´s like when you´re young and you´re living at home, it seems a lot of times the only words you can find to say are fighting words, you know....a part of that´s the way it´s, that´s the way it´s gotta be....and you´re gonna break away....but sometimes....you never get around to saying them other words and....and those are good words....(?)....when I was....when I finally moved out of my house and my folks moved away, they moved to California....I realised that....that when I was....15 or 16 years old (?) that my old man, he was only, he wasn´t much older than I am right now....and we never got around to saying the things that we should´ve said to each other....until a lot of years after that.....but it´s hard to tell....it´s hard to tell your father that you love him (?)....´´

22.02.81 Columbia, SC, intro to ´´This Land Is Your Land´´
´´Thank you, this....this song was, uh, written a real long time ago and, uh.....and it seems more important than anything, than it ever was, it was, this was a song, it was written as an answer to ´God Bless America´ and....it´s, uh, it was written as a fighting song because when times get tough, people are always looking around....for somebody to blame and it seems like that they always choose a guy (?)....it was a song that written to fight just all the, all the prejudice and all the hatred that, that gets passed on as patriotism or as nationalism....and it was just a song, I think it was meant to say that, that, that the country you live in belongs to each and every one of us but you gotta, you gotta fight....to make that true....(?)....´´

22.02.81 Columbia, SC, intro to ´´Wreck on the Highway´´
´´Sometimes....something, something happens in your life that makes you.....stand back and take a look at what you´ve got.....´´

22.02.81 Columbia, SC, middle of ´´Rosalita´´
´´We have with us tonight....to the far left of the stage....(?) Albert Einstein....the only member of the band with a full high school diploma, let´s hear it for education and Professor Roy Bittan....play it, Roy....on the guitar....a man who brought you such hits as ´I Don´t Wanna Go Home,´ ´Sweeter Than Honey,´ ´This Time It´s for Real,´ ´Some Things Just Don´t Change, ´ add them together, Miami Steve Van Zandt on the guitar....on the bass guitar, his mother was a Tallent, his father was a Tallent, Mr.Garry W.Tallent....on the drums, representing everybody from South Orange, New Jersey....the Mighty Max Weinberg ....on the organ....Phantom Dan Federici....(?)....and last....but not least....he´s here tonight.... let me say....the king of the world....master of the universe....emperor of all things....faster than a speeding bullet....more powerful than a locomotive....able to leap tall women, I mean tall buildings in a single bound....he´s bigger than life and twice as natural....in your town ready to get down, is it a bird ? (crowd: ´No´) is it a plane? (crowd: ´No´) then what the hell is it?.... Clarence Big Man Clemons....´´

22.02.81 Columbia, SC, intro to ´´Jungleland´´
´´I wanna thank everybody for coming down to the show tonight, thank you very much.....we don´t get down here so much and.....thanks for treating us so nice.....this is for you....´´

Compiled by : Johanna Pirttijärvi


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