Comments: Bono performs at the New York NetAid concert, one of three charity concerts (the other two in London and Geneva), which are broadcast worldwide and online. He first appeared with Wyclef Jean and an array of other performers, including Michael Stipe and Jewel, to open the concert with a performance of the song he wrote with Jean for the event, New Day. Immediately afterwards, Zucchero and the Julliard Orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones joined Bono for U2's One. Late in the concert, during Wyclef Jean's set, Bono again took the stage and they performed New Day a second time. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I would go to the studio by day and club by night. I did a lot of ecstasy. A lot. The chorus for Please was written after Bono kept pleading with me to get off the carpet. I spent like an hour one night just dragging myself around the floor on my knees. In my defense, that carpet felt wonderful. Really great shag. We should get that rug back."
- The Edge on Pop
did you know
The Picture of Dorian Grey mentioned in the song 'The Ocean' is a novel by Oscar Wilde, the Irish author who has been a huge influence on Bono's lyrics. In referring to it, Bono mocks his own vanity in thinking a rock star can change the world.