10 Ways to rhyme ‘night’ and ‘light’ (courtesy of Prof. Springsteen).

bruce-springsteen-4311)  They’re built like light
and they dance like spirits in the night

— Spirit in the Night


2)  Yeah he was blinded by the light
Cut loose like a deuce, another runner in the night

–Blinded by the Light


3)  The midnight gang’s assembled and picked a rendezvous for the night
They’ll meet ‘neath that giant Exxon sign that brings this fair city light

— Jungleland


4)  Hold on tight, stay up all night, ’cause Rosie I’m comin’ on strong
By the time we meet the morning light I will hold you in my arms

— Rosalita


5)  And sit at the light, as it changes to green
With your faith in your machine, off you scream into the night

— Night

6)   Sandy the aurora is risin’ behind us
The pier lights our carnival life forever
Love me tonight for I may never see you again
Hey Sandy girl

— 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)

7)   Throw your arms around me in the cold dark night
Hey now mama don’t shut out the light

— Shut Out The Light

8.   Rockaway the days, rockaway the nights
Gimme something to last me, baby, ’til the morning light

— Rockaway the Days

9)   A friend of mine became a father last night
When we spoke in his voice I could hear the light

— Valentine’s Day

10)   Bouncing off a satellite
Crushin’ the last lone American night

–Radio Nowhere

😉

I gathered the lyrics from brucespringsteen.net

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3 responses to “10 Ways to rhyme ‘night’ and ‘light’ (courtesy of Prof. Springsteen).

  1. Realms of bliss, realms of light
    Some are born to sweet delight
    Some are born to sweet delight
    Some are born to the endless night
    End of the night, end of the night
    End of the night, end of the night

    (The Doors, “End of the Night”)

  2. This is awesome, and may I add that if Bruce Springsteen were playing a concert for free in my backyard, I wouldn’t go see him.

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