Bruce Springsteen Jams With Jimmy Fallon on 'Bridgegate'

Classic "Born to Run" was hijacked for a funny take on scandal overshadowing the Governor's office.

Bruce Springsteen performed onstage with NBC talk show host Jimmy Fallon last night to sing a parody of "Born to Run" about the "Bridgegate" controversy.  

Fallon began the skit, dressed as Springsteen in the 1980s, with bandana, shades and sleeveless denim shirt. He did a great impression with an acoustic guitar, belting out scandal-inspired lyrics like, "maybe this Bridgegate was just payback, it's bitch-slap to the state Democrats. We got to get out while we can. We’re stuck in Gov. Chris Christie’s Fort Lee N.J., traffic jam."

Springsteen then appeared out of the shadows in shades with his guitar and sang: "Governor let me in, I want to be your friend. There’ll be no partisan divisions." 

Watch the video above. 


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