's handwritten draft of "Born to Run" is worth more than expected. The piece of paper, written in 1974 with the rocker's cursive hand in blue ink, fetched $197,000 at a New York auction. The number is double the estimated $70,000 to $100,000.
"This was done in 1974 when he was going through preparing for his third album," Richard Austin, head of Sotheby's Fine Books and Manuscripts, told Reuters before the sale. "And there is a story he tells about sitting on the edge of his bed with his guitar and the phrase 'born to run' comes into his head. And what you are actually looking at is the process he goes through to get to the finished song."