Bruce Springsteen’s Harry Potter Song Revealed

Bruce Springsteen’s Harry Potter song has reportedly landed on the web. The Boss penned the tune back in 2001 for the first film in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, but it was never released. The track, titled “I’ll Stand by You Always,” was rejected by Warner Brothers and has sat unreleased until this week, when it was posted to SoundCloud. Springsteen has also been in the headlines recently for his opposition to the policies of President Donald Trump. He took a shot at the newly elected president while performing in Melbourne, Australia at AAMI Park, mocking his recent phone call with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. The Boss performed a cover of The Orions’ 1962 hit “Don’t Hang Up,” which features the lyrics “Don’t hang up (no no)/ Oh don’t you do it now, don’t hang up (No No)/ Don’t hang up like you always do/ I know you think our love is true/ I’ll explain the facts to you, don’t hang up.” Copyright(c) 2017 All Rights ReservedLess «

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