According to Wikipedia…


…there are no songs with the numbers 103 and 104 in the title.

Korrektiv’s house band ought to get on that.

Instant Wiki-Karma!


    • Not that in particular, but DT covered it from this angle:

      Also, the Boss notes, “She got to the heart of some part of meanness that she never spelled out, because if she spelled it out you wouldn’t be getting it.”

      And I always wondered because these lyrics from “Nebraska” always rang with O’Connor:

      “They wanted to know why I did what I did
      Well sir I guess there’s just a meanness in this world.”

      By the way, Ference writes this:

      “One of the photographs was of an eight year-old Springsteen, standing with hands folded in front of the high altar at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Freehold, New Jersey — Springsteen’s first communion picture.
      Bruce Springsteen’s relationship with the Catholic Church may have reached its peak on his first communion day. He writes, ‘In the third grade a nun stuffed me in a garbage can under her desk because, she said, that’s where I belonged.'”

      I’m pretty sure that nun was Sister Martina. She was no longer a teacher though; by the time I got to St. Rose, she was principal…


  1. If I should live to a hundred and three
    Then that would be enough for me
    But if I should see a hundred and four
    I’m sure I’d want a little more…

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