Story 2013-05-14 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
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Intro to “Spirit in the Night”
“Hej, Kopenhavn! (crowd cheers) er ni klar? (crowd cheers) er ni klar? (crowd cheers) er ni klar? (crowd cheers) that’s good… because the E Street Band…has come a long way to be here tonight (crowd cheers) and we’re here tonight on the continuance of our mission (crowd cheers) and that mission is…to send you home with your hands hurting and your voice sore (crowd cheers) and your back aching and your feet hurting (crowd cheers) and your sexual organs stimulated (crowd cheers) let me know when that happens… and we’re here tonight because we can’t do that by ourselves (crowd cheers) no matter how mighty the E Street Band plays tonight…we can’t get where we wanna go by ourselves…we…need… you! (crowd cheers) we…need…you! (crowd cheers) so let’s make a little magic and let’s get busy…I love your flower, it’s very pretty (chuckles)…yes…and what I wanna know is…to get started all I need to know is one thing…can you feel the spirit? (crowd cheers) can you feel the spirit now? (crowd cheers) can you feel the spirit? (crowd cheers) can you feel the spirit now? (crowd cheers) well, if you can feel the spirit, I want you to answer me with a mighty “Yeah, yeah” – can you feel the spirit? (crowd and band: “Yeah, yeah!”) can you feel the spirit now? (crowd and band: “Yeah, yeah!”) can you feel the spirit? (crowd and band: “Yeah, yeah!”) can you feel the spirit now? (crowd and band: “Yeah, yeah!”)…”

Intro to “Thunder Road”
“Alright, now we’ve warmed up a little bit…oh…we, uh, we were just here last year, we played the Roskilde Festival (crowd cheers) we always like to do something different for you, we wanna thank everyone for coming to the show, we’re gonna play “Born to Run” from start to finish tonight (crowd cheers) are you ready? (crowd cheers) let’s go…”

Middle of “Backstreets”
“Till the end…till the end…till the end…just you and your sad eyes… just you and your sad eyes…just you and your sad eyes…you and your sad eyes…mmmm…we swore forever friends…we swore forever friends…we swore forever friends…come a little bit closer… come a little bit closer…come a little bit closer…come a little bit closer…you and your sad eyes…you and your sad eyes…you and your lonely, sad eyes…you and your sad eyes…you and your lonely, sad eyes…”

Intro to “Pay Me My Money Down”
“Thank you (crowd cheers) and now on with the show! (crowd cheers)…”

Intro to “Brilliant Disguise”
“Thank you (crowd cheers) alright…for my friends from Manchester …”

Intro to “Light of Day”
“Gonna send this out as a “Happy Birthday”…I see a train coming…I see a train…I see a train…I see a train…”

Intro to “Twist and Shout”
“Jon Landau, where’s Jon Landau?…this is my manager of, uh, fuck, I don’t know, 40 years (chuckles) (crowd cheers) producer, great friend, Mr. Jon Landau, it’s his birthday (crowd cheers) and he’s gonna play the guitar…one more for Copenhagen (crowd cheers)…”

Middle of “Twist and Shout”
“Oh, we got Sister Soozie Tyrell on the fiddle and vocals (crowd cheers) Charlie Giordano (crowd cheers) Nils Lofgren (crowd cheers) the Mighty Max (crowd cheers) Curtis King, Cindy Mizelle, Michelle Moore, the Reverend Everett Bradley (crowd cheers) Professor Roy Bittan (crowd cheers) Garry Tallent (crowd cheers) and we got Eddie Manion, Curt Ramm, Clark Gayton (crowd cheers) Barry Danielian and Jake Clemons on the saxophone (crowd cheers) Little Steven Van Zandt is with me tonight (crowd cheers) and ladies and gentlemen…the intellectual king of rock and roll…Mr. Jon Landau (crowd cheers) here we go, let me see your hands…”
(…) I don’t feel like going home yet (crowd cheers)…”

Compiled by : Johanna Pirttijärvi.
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