Comments: Bono appears on the Jimmy Kimmel show. What a Year This Has Been is a cover of Cole Porter's Well, Did You Evah! but with new lyrics about events in 2016; Bono performs it as a duet with Halsey, backed by Herbie Hancock on piano. Bono resurrects his Macphisto character for If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell, performed as The (RED) Pack with Kimmel, The Killers, DJ Khaled, Neil Patrick Harris, Channing Tatum, and others. The show was taped on 15 November 2016 and broadcast on 22 November. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"There were two things going on, memory and loss, a portrait of a girl in a shimmering lemon dress that kept it sexy and playful and the pathos of a man separated from the things he loves. Lemon is about leaving home, versus not leaving home."
- Bono on Lemon
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Starting from Summer 2007 to Summer 2008, U2 had written and recorded 50-60 songs for a new record with Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. 11 of these were released on 2009's No Line On The Horizon.