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The River 2 The bedroom door opened suddenly and the father stuck his head out and said, "Good-by, old man. Have a good time." "Good-by," the little boy said and jumped as if he had been shot. Mrs. Connin gave the watercolor another look. Then they went out into the hall and rang for the elevator. "I wouldn't have drew it," she said.
"The River" is written about Bruce Springsteen's sister, who got married very young, and her early life with her husband. The song was based on conversations Springsteen had with his brother-in-law, after the latter lost his job but never complained and tried hard to find ways of providing his family.