Top 5 Politically Charged Springsteen Songs

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Bruce Springsteen isn’t an overtly political songwriter, but almost every song the he has written is, to some extent, political. That’s because the New Jersey native has spent most of his musical career documenting the daily struggle of characters who exist in an America where the status quo is enforced by a corpocratic government that allows only the rich to get richer. he’s made is clear to fans throughout his storied career that a Bruce Springsteen show is a safe place of expression for all.

5. ‘Death To My Hometown’

From: ‘Wrecking Ball’ (2012)

4. ‘Born in the U.S.A.’

From: ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ (1984)

3. ‘Roulette’

From: ‘One Step Up’ (1988)

2. ‘How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?’

From: ‘Live in Dublin’ (2007)

1. ‘American Skin (41 Shots)’

From: ‘Live in New York City’ (2001)