Really reminds me of "Mothers" ending The Joshua Tree in terms of feel and sound. I especally love how revealing yet brave the lyrics at the end are:
"God know it's not easy
Taking on the shape of someone else's pain
God now you can see me
I'm naked and I'm not afraid
My body's scared and I'm not ashamed"
Plus Bono's vocal that cracks a bit gives this power and resonance. It's surly not among U2's best album closers, but it's powerful enough to end this album in a "Mothers", "Love Is Blindness" like feel.
"They were sort of half-written, so that the odd line here or there really did make sense, then came whole sections that were just 'Bongolese', as we came to call it."
- The Edge on Bono's song writing on U2's early tunes