Comments: U2 perform on The Graham Norton Show. It was filmed on 16 October for broadcast on 17 October. The Miracle was done twice, both times in full electric form; only one version was broadcast. Song For Someone was performed acoustically in abbreviated form by the whole band during the interview segment. Reports also suggest "a bit" of Desire was done, but this was not broadcast. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"We wanted to make a very personal album... Let's try to figure out why we wanted to be in a band, the relationships around the band, our friendships, our lovers, our family. The whole album is first journeys—first journeys geographically, spiritually, sexually. And that's hard. But we went there."
- Bono on Songs Of Innocence
did you know
The song 'A Day Without Me' was written in response to the suicide of Ian Curtis of Joy Division and reflects Bono's take on the selfishness of suicide, which is the dominant theme of the song.