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View Poll Results: If you could go to any U2 song related location, what would it be?
The Ocean 1 2.33%
Another Time, Another Place 2 4.65%
The Electric Co. 0 0%
Stranger in a Strange Land 1 2.33%
Where The Streets Have No Name 8 18.60%
Red Hill Mining Town 0 0%
In God's Country 4 9.30%
One Tree Hill 3 6.98%
Van Diemen's Land 0 0%
Hawkmoon 269 1 2.33%
Angel of Harlem 0 0%
Heartland 1 2.33%
Zoo Station 3 6.98%
Discotheque 1 2.33%
Miami 2 4.65%
The Playboy Mansion 4 9.30%
New York 1 2.33%
A Room at the Heartbreak Hotel 0 0%
Your Blue Room 4 9.30%
The Million Dollar Hotel 1 2.33%
The Joshua Tree 1 2.33%
Under A Blood Red Sky 0 0%
Wide Awake In America 0 0%
Sixty Seconds In Kingdom Come 0 0%
... Into Hell For A Bottle of Milk 0 0%
Miss Sarajevo 0 0%
North and South of the River 4 9.30%
or maybe you don't want to go anywhere... you just like The Ground Beneath, um, Your Feet 1 2.33%
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Old 11-22-2002, 10:47 PM   #21
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Originally posted by oliveu2cm
I am also infatuated with the idea of driving down a long highway, with nothing interrupting the horizon on either side of me, and only music as my companion. That thought makes me swoon.

It's wonderful thing. You can still do that in parts of the US.

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Old 11-23-2002, 07:23 AM   #22
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Me? Miami

Why? I have a feeling I would feel at home lots of brazilians living there. And other latins, of course.


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Old 11-23-2002, 08:47 AM   #23
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Originally posted by bonoman
we all understand that north and south of the river has zero to do with Dublin, right?
It may not mean it to you, but to me it has everything to do with the Liffey in Dublin.

I don't care if it's not the official meaning, the beauty of a good song is that it's universal, it means different things to different people.


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