Comments: U2 appear on the Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, making up for the cancellation of their weeklong residency planned for 17-21 November 2014 after Bono's bicycle accident. The performance took place on Monday, 4 May, to broadcast on Friday, 8 May. Beautiful Day and Song For Someone were broadcast on the show (as well as a clip from U2 busking in the New York subway later in the evening), while Angel Of Harlem - which was performed with The Roots - was uploaded as an Internet extra. California was performed after taping finished for the studio audience. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"The strangest thing has happened. I really missed my dog. That's never happened to me before. You know, on a long tour you do hear people saying they miss their pets. I never have. But last night I started really missing my dog. It's very odd, cause I don't have a dog."
did you know
The song 'New York' originally had a final verse about Frank Sinatra which was edited out in the final cut.