"I had become so used to being away from home, so caught up in U2 world, the idea of coming back to any form of normality was making me nervous. I didn't know if I was ready to go back to Dublin and sleep in my own bed and get up and deal with my family and friends. Normal life looked alien to me."
- Larry on the end of Zoo TV
did you know
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.