5. 'Main Street'
Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band entered the studio in 1976 with a lot of momentum. Live Bullet captured them an audience, and it was time to write those people a batch of new songs. They delivered. Like many tracks on the album, "Main Street" is a nostalgic look at Seger's younger days. There are many Main Streets in America, but Seger is singing about the one in his childhood town of Ann Arbor. He sings about beautiful dancers and pool-hall hustlers, even though he watched them all from afar. It's been a regular part of his setlist for decades.