Comments: Setlist is incomplete, opener and closer are unknown. The band are wary about performing Sunday Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland, and before its performance, Bono promises that it will never be played again in Belfast if the audience dislikes it, but they positively and enthusiastically respond to the song. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Why do we look mad because we want it like we always have? Everyone else gets to play the 'been there, done that, sonny' card. I don't get it! I mean, some of the most incredible minds and sacred talents haven't bothered their arse in years! They put out lazy work."
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According to the booklet of 'Walk On', U2 says that the song is dedicated to Aung San Suu Kyi, in some parts of the lyrics U2 mentions the struggle of this woman to free her country.