Bruce Springsteen Releases New Video From ‘Only the Strong Survive’

Bruce Springsteen is giving fans another taste of his forthcoming record, Only the Strong Survive, with the release of his new song,  “Don’t Play That Song,” 

Recorded by Ben E. King, the song was co-written by Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegun and Betty Nelson (Ben E. King’s wife), “Don’t Play That Song.” It was first recorded by King in 1962.

Springsteen wraps his vocals around the lyrics: ““I remember those summer nights down by the Shore as the band played, with you in my arms, and we moved across that floor. Then, darling, you went away. But all I’ve got to say is, I don’t care if you lied. Let’s dance.”

Springsteen already released two videos, both directed by  Thom Zimny, including e “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do),” on Sept. 29; and “Nightshift,” on Oct. 14.

Only the Strong Survive will be released on Nov. 11.

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