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Old 10-03-2001, 12:34 AM   #16
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Can you tell me please , what song bono sang
I really don't remember what song he sang.

I was 12 years old when I saw it, it was aired on The Disney Channel.



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TNT??? Can someone explain that one?
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It was nice too see one of my husbands ( Kevin Spacey) sing..please no mean comments now ! I thought he was very passionate !

I liked Sean singing "This Boy" with Rufus Wraingright and then singing "Julia".

Also Craig David did a great job at covering "Come Togheter"...

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It was nice too see one of my husbands ( Kevin Spacey) sing..please no mean comments now ! I thought he was very passionate !
LOL! I thought Kevin Spacey's version of Mind Games was fantastic...better, it's sad to say, than most of the performances by professional singers

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It was nice too see one of my husbands ( Kevin Spacey) sing..please no mean comments now ! I thought he was very passionate !

I liked Sean singing "This Boy" with Rufus Wraingright and then singing "Julia".

Also Craig David did a great job at covering "Come Togheter"...

Yeah, I was quite surprised! Spacey was one of the best last night...


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Can you tell me please , what song bono sang
Bono sang a really really short but passionate version of HELP!.

I have the tribute on tape, it's listed as U2 and you can sort of see the Edge in the background, but the camera stays focused on Bono. It's a really good performance, but far too short.

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It was nice too see one of my husbands ( Kevin Spacey) sing..please no mean comments now ! I thought he was very passionate
For you Naya-all that AND he sings too!

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Naya and Ivan:
Bono/U2 also sang the Beatle's "Help" and Lennon's "Cold Turkey" (not to mention Dylan's "Maggie's Farm) at the Giants Stadium Amnesty International concert in 1986. I have a tape: amazingly emotive versions by Bono, of course.
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U2 (and Oasis and Julian Lennon and the remaining Beatles) have too much pride to take part in such a worthless event.

BTW, what has Sean Lennon ever done? It seems he inherited his mother's musical talents. (Julian sounds like a dead ringer for John, tho, I must admit)

Glad to hear that some more objective ears are calling out Dave Matthews as the crappy singer he is. I can't believe some people like his never-ending version of 'All Along the Watchtower'. After his concert I had to dig through my tapes to pull out a little Jimi Hendrix and remind myself that it actually IS a great song.

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Naya and Ivan:
Bono/U2 also sang the Beatle's "Help" and Lennon's "Cold Turkey" (not to mention Dylan's "Maggie's Farm) at the Giants Stadium Amnesty International concert in 1986. I have a tape: amazingly emotive versions by Bono, of course.
I have that tape too, man was it a good show, and how hot Bono was in that suede fringed jacket!

I take back what I said earlier about Sean Lennon, the second half of the show revealed he does have a good voice after all. Not as much like his dad's as Julian's, but good.

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"Walking On Thin Ice" was the song she and John were working on the night he died. It is forboding as hell. *shivers*
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For you Naya-all that AND he sings too!

((((Gina Marie))))

THANK YOU !!!!!

He was excellent last night..He looked so handsome, as always !!!


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No problem Naya-you're quite welcome!

Any excuse to post Kevin

*he absolutely INTRIGUES me*
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I liked STP. I was confused at the very least by "Nowhere Man" as performed by Natalie Merchant, however.

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Actually, 'Nowhere Man' could've been worse I suppose. I did'nt find that one too offensive...

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