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Bruce Springsteen

We Take Care Of Our Own

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“We Take Care of Our Own” is a song written and recorded by American musician Bruce Springsteen. It is the first single from his album, Wrecking Ball. The single leaked to the Internet on January 18, 2012, one day prior to its official release for download through amazon.com and iTunes. The song made its live debut on February 12, 2012, at the 54th Grammy Awards. This song was played throughout Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign and after his victory speech at his headquarters in Chicago. Sales of the song rose 409% following Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention. The song was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song. Rolling Stone named the song the 32nd best song of 2012. Music critic Robert Christgau named it the best... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ We take care of our own ... Wherever this flag's flown ... Wherever this flag is flown

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More songs by Bruce Springsteen (See Charts): Seaside Bar Song, Two Faces, Trapped, Ramrod, Countin' On A Miracle (Acoustic), Murder Incorporated, Downbound Train, If I Should Fall Behind, Highway Patrolman, and How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live.

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