"Good Eye" as written by and Bruce Springsteen....
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I was standing by the river
Where the cold black water runs
I was standing by the river
Where the cold black water runs
I had my good eye to the dark
And my blind eye to the sun

I had all of the riches
I had each and every one
I had all of the riches
I had each and every one
I had my good eye to the dark
And my blind eye to the sun

Well I swore you were my darling
Yeah, you were the only one
Since I swore you were my darling
You were the only one
Had my good eye to the dark
And my blind eye to the sun

Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho!


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"Good Eye" as written by Bruce Springsteen

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    General CommentI have been a critic of how they distorted voice in the past (he's got a good voice, why mess with it??), like in Night With a Jersey Devil, but it has grown on me a bit...because of the nature of this song. It's a nice little bluesy song so the distorted voice sorta works and gives it that "rough around the edges" type feel. I like how his voice just like runs off like in pain when saying the word, "run", like he's desperate for something. One of my favorite lyrics from this album: "I had my good eye to the dark and my blind eye to the sun".
    gjack2211on September 19, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHe used that voice distortion live during the Magic tour when singing 'Reason to Believe'. He ends the song almost preaching out the line 'at the end of every hard working day people find some reason to believe'. It sounds like it's being delivered from a crackling / broken radio and the impact was immense.

    This bloke could sing though a bath tub and it would sound great.

    good song too - love his take on the blues.
    mcmuckeron February 07, 2011   Link

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