1. I saw a comment on YouTube saying that "Love Is Bigger than Anything in Its Way" is the new "With Or Without You."

    Agree or disagree?
    Adam said in an interview recently that "You're the best thing about me" is the new "With or Without you"


    Totally disagree. Adam also said COBL captures the same emotion as Streets. We all love Adam but he is way off the mark with these two comments.

  2. Again off-topic, but Streets from Sydney. COBL will never be this song
  3. I saw a comment on YouTube saying that "Love Is Bigger than Anything in Its Way" is the new "With Or Without You."


    It's a good song... but come on... NO !
  4. Please don't make a habit of these "off-topics" (it's called off-topic for reason )

    EDIT: sorry, I thought you were adding a video here...but it's just a picture

    Thanks
  5. Originally posted by LostSailor:Been a fan for 35 years and I just don't see what all the hype is about with LIBTAIIW. I have tried and tried and just can't get into it. The cheesy lyrics and the generic, dull guitar. By far, my least favorite U2 single ever and it makes the E&I show encore almost unbearable. Please tell me I am not the only one out there who feels this way!


    I've explained this countless times (sorry for anyone re-reading my opinion again ) but for me it's all about the context that the "cheesy lyrics" exist in. The song is for and about his son, a musician, set on the same journey Bono once was. You either like the aged rockstar looking back on his past thing or you don't, but in this case I really love it. To me it's sort of an "ultimate U2 song", if that makes sense. It's a real 'song of experience'. It's Bono looking at his son, who's about the same age Bono was when he started and saying EVERYTHING without really saying much at all. It's sublime IMO.

    Especially when you hear him do the Father and Son (Cat Stevens) snippet on that BBC production. Right in the feels, man.