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Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out por Bruce Springsteen viene en el género Rock,General. Fue puesto en libertad 16 Aug 1983 bajo la etiqueta de Columbia. Derechos de autor retenidas por (P) 1975 Bruce Springsteen.

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Tear drops on the city
Bad Scooter searching for his groove
Seem like the whole world walking pretty
And you can't find the room to move
Well everybody better move over, that's all
I'm running on the bad side
And I got my back to the wall
Tenth Avenue freeze-out, Tenth Avenue freeze-out

Lágrimas en la ciudad
Mala moto en busca de su ranura
Parece que todo el mundo caminando muy
Y usted no puede encontrar el espacio para moverse
Bueno todo el mundo se mueven mejor sobre, eso es todo
Me estoy quedando en el lado malo
Y tengo la espalda a la pared
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out, Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out


I'm stranded in the jungle
Taking all the heat they was giving
The night is dark but the sidewalk's bright
And lined with the light of the living
From a tenement window a transistor blasts
Turn around the corner things got real quiet real fast
She hit me with a Tenth Avenue freeze-out
Tenth Avenue freeze-out
And I'm all alone, I'm all alone
And kid you better get the picture
And I'm on my own, I'm on my own
And I can't go home

Estoy varado en la selva
Tomando todo el calor que estaba dando
La noche es oscura, pero la acera es brillante
Y alineado con la luz de los vivos
Desde una ventana de una vivienda explosiones transistor
Date la vuelta de la esquina de las cosas tiene raíces muy rápido calma
Ella me golpeó con un Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Y yo estoy solo, estoy solo
Y el niño será mejor que la imagen
Y yo estoy por mi cuenta, yo estoy por mi cuenta
Y no puedo volver a casa


When the change was made uptown
And the Big Man joined the band
From the coastline to the city
All the little pretties raise their hands
I'm gonna sit back right easy and laugh
When Scooter and the Big Man bust this city in half
With a Tenth Avenue freeze-out, Tenth Avenue freeze-out
Tenth Avenue freeze-out...

Cuando el cambio se hizo la parte alta
Y el gran hombre se unió a la banda
Desde la costa a la ciudad
Todos los embellece poco levantar la mano
Voy a sentarse a la derecha y la risa fácil
Cuando la moto y el busto de este gran hombre de la ciudad por la mitad
Con un Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out, Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out ...


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'Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out' is the second song on Bruce Springsteen's breakthrough album 'Born to Run'.

The song loosely tells the story of the formation of the E Street Band. However, when asked, most Springsteen fans cannot answer the question, 'What is a Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out?' The meaning of the phrase is still a mystery. Even Springsteen himself says, laughing, in the Born to Run documentary 'Wings for Wheels: The Making of Born to Run': 'I still have no idea what it means. But it's important.' The song's protagonist, 'Bad Scooter', is a pseudonym for Springsteen himself (as indicated by the initials they share). In the third verse, Bad Scooter is saved by 'the Big Man': Clarence Clemons, the band's saxophonist. After his name is sung, Clemons lets loose a big note on his horn.

The song is upbeat, possibly the most so on the album, with a strong horn section (led by Clemons) and Roy Bittan's consistent piano chords keeping the rhythm. As stated by Springsteen in the 'Wings for Wheels' documentary, the idea for the composition of the horn intro was Steven Van Zandt's. Despite all of this, the single was a chart dud, getting no higher than #83 on the Billboard Hot 100. However, it has always had a strong following on album-oriented rock radio and amongst Springsteen's fan base.

thumb|right|246px|The [[Belmar, New Jersey ice cream stand named after the song]] An ice cream stand at 10th Avenue on the boardwalk of Belmar, New Jersey (the town from which the E Street Band took its name), is named 10th Avenue Freeze Out.



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