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Foreigner: Jukebox Hero Meaning

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Standing in the rain, with his head hung low
Couldn't get a ticket, it was a sold out show
Heard the roar of the crowd, he could picture the scene
Put his ear to the wall, then like a distant scream
He heard one guitar, just blew him away


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    Apr 25th, 2018 4:35pm report

    What I think this song is trying to say is that the guy who plays the guitar wants to make his dream come true. So,he makes his dream come true because he worked to his goal, and didn't give up.This song is telling us that if we give up, we won't make it to our dreams.If we make our dreams come true we will not give up and we will work hard till the end.That's what I think this songs about.


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    Oct 30th, 2013 10:42pm report

    I believe this song is about an adolescent boy, or maybe even younger, pursuing his dream as a guitarist or a rock star. He seems to achieve his dream, and now he must keep playing to stay on top. This song has a very inspirational feel to it. It seems to tell you, with a story of the "Jukebox Hero", to follow your dreams, just as he did.


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    Jun 27th, 2012 6:57pm report

    the song is about a man who went to a concert and after being unable to get into the concert, decided to make his own music

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