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Old 11-30-2006, 03:47 AM   #76
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Bono-strum a guitar... So, I take it you arent that good? haha jk...

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So sad... One last show after this and its Japan and Japan setlist parties are weak... Then Hawaii and I won't be here for the party, I'll be there haha

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How about playing nude Twister?
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I'd have been up for going over there to Bono-strum a guitar and perform a cover of Mofo.
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I'm not touching that one....
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Twister, beer and some achtung baby cranked... we needa livin up this party

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Bono-strum a guitar... So, I take it you arent that good? haha jk...

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I've touched a guitar twice in my life.



I want to learn though
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Playing the guitar is easier than I thought it would be. But I've been playing my whole life. I have been teaching myself the piano the last couple years. I'm an Edge at piano, I can fool around with chords

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I'd be willing to stream some Music maybe....i'm not sure my 256k upload would be much fun for all.
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I'd have been up for going over there to Bono-strum a guitar and perform a cover of Mofo.
Do Lemon as well. All you have to do is stand there, hold the guitar, and look cool while the backing tracks and synths do everything for you.
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Do Lemon as well. All you have to do is stand there, hold the guitar, and look cool while the backing tracks and synths do everything for you.
Don't be silly.



It'd be acoustic. With the best segue into Zooropa
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It'd be acoustic. With the best segue into Zooropa
Acoustic.

I expect a full electric 4th Of July with extended shredding solo preced by a tambourine solo!
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does anyone know why U2 don't have a opening band in Japan? surely some local japenese band would be ok?
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Acoustic.

I expect a full electric 4th Of July with extended shredding solo preced by a tambourine solo!
Bloody hell...are you expecting me to find a band and fly them over too? Or will i do one of those Springsteen setups with drums between my knees and a tambourine on my foot?

My setlist so far....

Mofo (acoustic)
Lemon --> Zooropa (acoustic)
4th of July / Bass trap (snippet)
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hey man do acrobat... and i'll play lead guitar

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Bloody hell...are you expecting me to find a band and fly them over too? Or will i do one of those Springsteen setups with drums between my knees and a tambourine on my foot?

My setlist so far....

Mofo (acoustic)
Lemon --> Zooropa (acoustic)
4th of July / Bass trap (snippet)
You're a Kiwi, right? Of course you can do it by yourself. Getting other people to do stuff is for lazy foreigners.

I hope you're rehearsing Freedom For My People. It would fit in well!
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