Can You Guess Bruce Springsteen’s Favorite Bob Dylan Songs?

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Published on October 22, 2020

Last time, Stephen asked The Boss to list his favorite Bruce Springsteen songs. This time Stephen ups the ante and asks Bruce to do the impossible and name his top three favorite Bob Dylan songs! Bruce’s new album “Letter To You” is available now. #Colbert #LetterToYou #BruceSpringsteen

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15 comments

  • drew0720 3 years ago

    There is only 1 Boss. And it’s not the covid 45 in the WH.

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  • Etienne Yuan 3 years ago

    Mr. Springsteen has such a way with words. Could listen to him talk, let along sing for hours on end.

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  • L D 3 years ago

    Does Anyone else see Deniro look alike thing going on ? They could be on a movie together as brothers or something ……

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  • Rod Christian 3 years ago

    Cassette tape in car as a kid , Born to run ,to many years ago to say ,thankyou Bruce ,cheers mate,

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  • songOmatic 3 years ago

    3:10 he’s got sympathy for himself… good for writing!

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  • Jeremy Lyons 3 years ago

    I have so little patience for this dude

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  • Steve Jarvis 3 years ago

    Well now I have to go and listen to some Bruce songs.

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  • James Alexander 3 years ago

    this is great

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  • Freddy Lubin 3 years ago

    I thought he’d mention “Chimes of Freedom”, which he’s covered.

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  • D. Truett 3 years ago

    First Dylan line that comes to me: “If today, was not an endless highway” (“Tomorrow is a long time” — but only the Elvis-sung version).

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  • Vic Blaine 3 years ago

    “Twas in another lifetime, one of toil and blood
    When blackness was a virtue the road was full of…” (something worse than mud)
    Lana Del Rey
    Born in the USA
    Vote. Clear out the Covid, and let’s clean this mess up.

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  • maplobats 3 years ago

    I think the fact that is isn’t common to listen to an album all the way through anymore is a big part of why contemporary pop music is so shitty now.

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  • Harry Dewulf - Literary Editor 3 years ago

    I’m not particularly a fan of Springsteen, but this clip is worth it for that excellent and accurate description of consciousness.

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  • P.J. Fox 3 years ago

    Nice mixing console in the background. Is that analogue?

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  • Mladen T 3 years ago

    I love how starstruck Stephen is when he interviews musicians.

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