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Old 10-17-2004, 09:45 PM   #1
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Did the boys ever play "Everlasting Love" live?

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Old 10-17-2004, 09:57 PM   #2
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Sad. It seems to pop up quite a bit in movie adverts.

But I think it would have been nice in the acoustic set on occasion.
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i think so also but id rather see them do an original song acoustic such as red hill minning town.
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I love that song !
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I´D LOVE TO LISTEN THAT SONG ON THIS NEW TOUR !!!!!!
Also I´d love to listen another Rattle & Hum B-side: Dancing Barefoot !!!!

I know these songs will work 1000 times better than boring acoustic numbers, like Desire, In A Little While, Wild Honey, etc
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I think RHMT could work as an acoustic song, too. The range would be significantly simpler for Bono to work with, and it'd be a great treat for the die-hards.
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I do not want to hear Everlasting Love. I would rather hear originals.
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I think a cover once in a while is a nice thing, especially when it's one that hasn't been played by the band for years. I nearly peed myself when I saw them play "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" in Baltimore. That was three years ago tomorrow. WOW.
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Old 10-21-2004, 12:36 PM   #10
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I think an acoustic where the streets have no name would sound cool, i saw a tribute U2 band (elevation) in chicago during the summer and they played WTSHNN acoustic and was cool, but its never better than the real thing
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