Bruce Springsteen's 'Born To Run' manuscript could fetch $100,000 at NY auctiontags: auctions, Bruce Springsteen
NEW YORK (AP) — Tramps like us, baby we were born to bid.
A handwritten, working lyric sheet for Bruce Springsteen's 1975 hit "Born to Run" could sell for as much as $100,000 on Thursday, Sotheby's has predicted.
The document used to be in the collection of Springsteen's former manager, Mike Appel, said Sotheby's, which did not reveal the identity of the seller.
Most of the lines in this rough 1974 version, written in Long Branch, N.J., are apparently unpublished and unrecorded, but the manuscript does include "a nearly perfected chorus," the auction house said....
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