Support act: Muse Comments: After I Still Haven't Found, Bono leads the crowd in singing Happy Birthday for Julian Lennon. Moment Of Surrender is dedicated to the victims of the massacre at Tasso da Silveira Municipal School that occurred two days previously in the Rio de Janeiro neighborhood of Realengo. Their names are displayed on screen during the song. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Larry says that he doesn't want to leave the stage just to come back two minutes later, he's a drummer and they are practical, he says it's more efficient to just stay onstage. Edge doesn't care what we do and Adam hasn't even noticed that we've left the stage and me, I'm the singer and I do whatever you want me to, I just want you to love me."
- Bono, Copenhagen, 2001
did you know
On the third leg of the Elevation Tour (Philadelphia 11/2/01) Bono said the song 'Please' is about people shrinking God down to their level.