100 Greatest Bruce Springsteen Songs of All Time
Non-album single, 1984
Combining an image from Elvis Presley's "Baby Let's Play House" with a lean rockabilly rhythm, Springsteen emerged with one of his sexiest tracks. "This is a song about the conflict between worldly things and spiritual health, between desires of the flesh and spiritual ecstasy," he once said onstage. It was the B side to "Dancing in the Dark," and Natalie Cole had a surprise hit with the song in 1988.
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