Comments: At the end of Desire, Bono modifies the lyrics of Sinatra's My Kind Of Town and New York New York to suit Glasgow, including "I want to wake up in a city that doesn't give me the creeps". Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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did you know
The title of the song Hawkmoon 269 came from a place U2 passed by during the Conspiracy of Hope tour called Hawkmoon. The number 269 stands for the amount of mixes the song needed before it was ready, it took the band three weeks to record.