The 1930 s was the time of The Great Depression, which resulted in drastic changes. There were many people who starved trying to find employment, while many others did what was possible to survive a little longer. Everyone across the United Stated had tough times; especially families who tried to stick together to survive. American families were left out on the streets because they couldn't pay their debts. Most had no other choice than to split up to find their own ways of surviving. The circumstances inspired many who wrote songs and poems.

The song 'I Aint Got No Home (In This World Anymore) ' by Bruce Spingsteen was originally written by Woody Guthrie during the times of the Great Depression. This song is about a man who is forced to become a migrant worker. He lost his farm because of the drought that got to his crops. He couldn't come up with enough money to pay the bankers who showed up at his door. 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. He was left with out a home because of the drought that took place during the 1930 s'. 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.

Through out the song Bruce Springsteen keeps a depressed tone as if he has no hope in life. The constant tone in his voice maintains the melancholy feeling and makes one feel sad instead of mad of what is going on. The mood of the music matches the theme of the lyrics. The music sets a dismal feeling just like the words. The instruments used such as the guitar, the flute and the accordion set the perfect tempo for the gloomy song. This depression hit many just like the man in the song.

Even though several couldn't survive, others struggled their way through and lived the hardships The 1930 s was the time of The Great Depression, which resulted in drastic changes. There were many people who starved trying to find employment, while many others did what was possible to survive a little longer. Everyone across the United Stated had tough times; especially families who tried to stick together to survive. American families were left out on the streets because they couldn't pay their debts. Most had no other choice than to split up to find their own ways of surviving. The circumstances inspired many who wrote songs and poems.

The song 'I Aint Got No Home (In This World Anymore) ' by Bruce Spingsteen was originally written by Woody Guthrie during the times of the Great Depression. This song is about a man who is forced to become a migrant worker. He lost his farm because of the drought that got to his crops. He couldn't come up with enough money to pay the bankers who showed up at his door.

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. He was left with out a home because of the drought that took place during the 1930 s'. 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. Through out the song Bruce Springsteen keeps a depressed tone as if he has no hope in life. The constant tone in his voice maintains the melancholy feeling and makes one feel sad instead of mad of what is going on. The mood of the music matches the theme of the lyrics. The music sets a dismal feeling just like the words. The instruments used such as the guitar, the flute and the accordion set the perfect tempo for the gloomy song.

This depression hit many just like the man in the song. Even though several couldn't survive, others struggled their way through and lived the hardships that the conditions brought them. Woody Guthrie was only one of many writers who wrote songs about the Great Depression and make people realize how hard it really was back in the 1930 s. that the conditions brought them. Woody Guthrie was only one of many writers who wrote songs about the Great Depression and make people realize how hard it really was back in the 1930 s.