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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Bruce Springsteen Covers ‘Stayin’ Alive’ Terribly [Video]

This video proves that Bruce Springsteen CAN’T do it all, despite what his die-hard fans may think.

While on tour in Australia recently, The Boss tried to bust out his own rendition of The Bee Gees‘ 1970s hit “Stayin’ Alive,” made famous by the movie “Saturday Night Fever.”

There are some really high notes in that song. Springsteen doesn’t quite have the vocal ability to hit said notes, yet he gave it a whirl anyway.

This looks like something he’d perform as a gag with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.”

Stick to “Thunder Road,” Bruce.

Source: Free Beer & Hot Wings

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