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Old 11-02-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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Sunday Bloody Sunday "ending rap"

Can someone tell me what Bono's rap at the end of Sunday Bloody Sunday is?





Starts at 3:43
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:27 AM   #2
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To me it sounds something like this:

Yeah, shoot your hearts!
Gonna go it in the sun!
With the blue torn hat!
In the tilted line!
In the suburbs, in the sand!

Your heart breaks
Be in the sun
For your soul's sake
Wear your heart
When you write your love
On the cedar
Don't write your love
On the water

Sunday, bloody sunday
Sunday, bloody sunday
Sunday, bloody sunday


I'm quite unsure about the line after "In the tilted line!" though so perhaps someone can help us out with that one.
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Old 11-03-2009, 12:12 PM   #3
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If you aren't 100%, then you are definitely close!

Thank you!
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Old 11-03-2009, 06:11 PM   #4
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this is really random, but looking at that vid..2 things:

first, is it just me or does Edge come in with that opening riff too soon?

and if you go to 4:20, Larry makes an interesting facial expression to Edge and Bono...any idea why he does that?
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and if you go to 4:20, Larry makes an interesting facial expression to Edge and Bono...any idea why he does that?
Because he'd just found out that he's actually capable of making more than one facial expression and wants to try that out?
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Old 11-05-2009, 03:46 PM   #6
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Because he'd just found out that he's actually capable of making more than one facial expression and wants to try that out?


....something happened towards the end of the song though...he makes a face like "oops" or "oh shit"
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Old 11-05-2009, 06:21 PM   #7
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I don't know, but does anyone else think this was the best version of the song in a VERY long time. I mean, maybe even since some of the full fledged JT tour versions! Look at Larry the whole time, I don't think he has been going at SBS this hard and fast in a while. Bono sounded pretty damn close to the 1980s versions on the first "how
long must we sing this song," and the Jay Z rap and Bono outro rap were both ok.

SHIT, I thought I was posting in a Brandenburg gate thread! SORRY MY BAD!
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^ While were on the subject of last night's performance, does anyone know what the Jay-Z part was? I had the volume down low since people went to bed, so I had trouble hearing it properly. After watching it again on Youtube, this is what I could decipher:

Yeah!
Straight outta the project
So bless you all breaking through the peaceful protest
We can't be opressed
Turn on your radio
Out in Berlin, walls are fallin' revolution is callin'
Out in Iran, elections are fixed
Out in Rwanda, the children all are sick
Turn on your radio
Let's all harmonize to the people in power
Hear the only cries
Bop-bop-bop, be the sound of a tune
Don't make me out you motherf*cker, build some schools
Teach with you for what lies ahead
Teach the truth, c'mon!

Get up stand up...


Towards the end Bono sings something like this:

Yeah, their souls (C'mon)
The revolution and the hate (hate)
They've passed, the keepers of the gate (gate)
And this is a heavy weight
This history was not to blame
If they won't (yes!) stop, the congregation
You can't stop, this radiation (uh!)
Can't stop, this meditation or love
Love and faith in the nation

Sunday (That's right!)
Sunday (That's right!)
Sunday
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Sunday Bloody Sunday
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I just saw this over at u2.com:

And all the lovers and hate
That pass these keepers of the gate
And it's a heavy weight this history
But it's not too late
Won't stop this Congregation
Can't stop this Radiation
Can't stop this Meditation
And I have no Hesitation
In this ancient brand new nation
I sing but it's a shout

Jay-Z is in the house
So there's no roof over our head
Heh, neither of us are goin' to bed
Berlin Berlin...'
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oh christ not another one. first MOS now SBS?
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this is really random, but looking at that vid..2 things:

first, is it just me or does Edge come in with that opening riff too soon?

and if you go to 4:20, Larry makes an interesting facial expression to Edge and Bono...any idea why he does that?
First, yes, Edge came in too son.

I guess Larry missed a cue and played something wrong ? Or maybe it's his opinion on the Bono rap ? Or a reaction to Edge starting the song too son ?
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First, yes, Edge came in too son.

I guess Larry missed a cue and played something wrong ? Or maybe it's his opinion on the Bono rap ? Or a reaction to Edge starting the song too son ?
I think it was his reaction to Edge starting too soon.
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I think Bono needs to stop with the random rapping Sorry Bono
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