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Song title: Lady of Boston

Lady of Boston

I got a lady in Boston
She's outta sight yeah
When I get up into Massachusetts
Oh she keep a coming in every night ohhh lord yes she does
Well she's mean and she hits ya like a Kansas twister
She's a solid gold, genuine, bona fide, super soul sister yeah
Well I don't want her money and no money can satisfy
All I want is your loving
Great god almighty she got the lord on her side

See her every Friday night down at the disco scene
When she gets out on the floor everybody moves ohhh she's so clean
You know she's so heavenly
All a man wants to do is just hold her
And I tell you there ain't no other woman on earth
There just ain't nobody bolder yeah
Now I don't care about her bankbook 'cause Sally would satisfy
All I want is her loving
Great god almighty she got the lord on her side

It's a funny and a hurting 'cause things ain't right
Try bake it, try to ball 'em maybe start a fight
But your friends don't wanna know you
They just pass you by
But they couldn't be your friends
'Cause they wouldn't lie
So sit down shut up don't you cry
'Cause things will get better if you really try
So don't you panic, don't you panic give it one more try
Don't you panic, don't you panic give it one more try
Oh keep on trying; (yeah keep on trying)
Keep on trying; (yeah keep on trying)
Yeah keep on trying; (keep on trying)
Oh keep on trying, (yeah keep on trying) aghhhhhhh
Keep on trying
Keep on trying...…

Notes: Thanks to 'bossman' for the lyrics of this song

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This song has never been published on any official release.

Very few performances of this songs are known (to me, at least!):
 - 15/05/1971 Newark State University, Union,NJ ,USA during the "Jamming" pre-BSB period

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Unique known live performance: 15/05/1971 Newark State University, Union,NJ ,USA

Song 'history':

During the early years (1965-1972), played live (at least) 1 time(s) during the 'jamming period' while forming the Bruce Springsteen Band. .
Keep in mind that only a small amount of the setlists of these years has surfaced, so it may have been played a lot more.

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