The Women of The Boss

When Bruce Springsteen isn't writing songs about the workaday life of blue collar America, he often writes about women. We've provided some lyrics, and you need to match them to the woman he's talking about or to in that song. Good luck!

1 of 9
It don't matter to me now when the breakdown hit at midnight/There was nothing left to say but I hated him and I hated you when you went away
Cynthia
Terry
Candy
2 of 9
I think I really dug her 'cause I was too loose to fake/I said, "I'm hurt." She said, "Honey let me heal it"./And we danced all night to a soul fairy band/and she kissed me just right like only a lonely angel can
Janey
Rosalita
Frankie
3 of 9
But I was not born to live to die and you were not born for queenin'/It's not too late to infiltrate, the servants are just leavin'
Blind Terry
Mary
Jeannie
4 of 9
She has fancy clothes and diamond rings/She has men who give her anything she wants but they don't see/That what she wants is me
Cynthia
Patti
Candy
5 of 9
Well now I'm no hero/That's understood/All the redemption I can offer, girl/Is beneath this dirty hood
Sherry
Mary
Susie
6 of 9
...when you pass it seems like this whole town drops/...or maybe it's just me, baby, and these fools stuck here punchin' this clock/Well you give us a reason to stop just for a while/Stop, stand and salute your style
Cynthia
Sloppy Sue
Mary Lou
7 of 9
Someday we'll look back on this and it will all seem funny/But now you're sad, your mama's mad/And your papa says he knows that I don't have any money
Mary
Missy
Rosalita
8 of 9
I'll love you with all the madness in my soul/Someday girl I don't know when/we're gonna get to that place/Where we really want to go
Wendy
Linda
Gloria
9 of 9
We met down by the river, on the final day in May/And when I leaned down to kiss her, she did not turn away/I drew out all my money and together we did vow/To leave that very evening and get away somehow
Patti
Frankie
Jeannie