The siblings Patty and Joe live in an industrial suburb. While Patty's ambition is their rock band "The Barbusters" only, Joe also cares for the family and the upbringing of Patty's young son Benji. Their pious mother reproaches them for their way of life, especially when they quit their jobs and go on tour, taking Benji with them. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
"I got a little lost along the way, but I'm just around the corner to the light of day." -Bruce Springsteen
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Did You Know?
The original title of the script was "Born in the USA." 'Paul Schrader' asked Bruce Springsteen
to write a title song for the movie. After Springsteen wrote it, he liked the song so much, he used for his multi-platinum album of the same name instead. As a replacement, Springsteen later wrote the song "Light of Day". That is why Springsteen thanks Schrader in the liner notes of the album. See more
[Joe pays Smittie for some tools Patti stole from his brother-in-law
I like you, you're all right. You've got real family loyalty. Too bad your sister ain't worth it!
Written by Ian Hunter
Published by April Music, Inc. - ASCAP Ian Hunter Music - ASCAP
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Performed by Ian Hunter
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