Bruce Springstein's I Aint Got No Home (In This World Anymore)' and the Great Depression

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He has six children who are scattered around trying to survive and a wife who died. He is a man who works when he finds work traveling from town to town. This song has many references to the conditions of many people during the Great Depression. The narrator is a migrant worker, like many others during that time...
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The narrator is a migrant worker, like many others during that time. He was left with out a home because of the drought that took place during the 1930s'. He finds it amusing how the ones who are gambling are the rich, and the ones who are working are the poor. He is stranded on a road that a thousand others are, looking for jobs and homes...
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