Bono 10 Songs That Saved My Life

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The Beatles, “I Want to Hold Your Hand: It’s my earliest memory of music.

Billie Eilish, “Everything I Wanted: I think of Carole King, I think of Roy Orbison.

David Bowie, “Life on Mars: When I heard your Dad’s song LIFE ON MARS? on the radio in 1973.

Patti Smith, “People Have the Power: There are many rituals a performer can choose to give them the strength to take on their audience… to believe tonight can be the best night of our lives.

Sex Pistols, “Anarchy in the U.K: Dear John, Steve, Paul, Sid and Glen.

Kanye West, “Black Skinhead: I was a hundred feet from your feet… Your eyes were shut so as not to be distracted from the words you had just written around the corner.

Public Enemy, “Fight the Power: When this came out it was as if Ferrari had designed a steamroller made of sound fuelled by rage.

Luciano Pavarotti, Bono and Zucchero, “Miserere: I haven’t seen you for ages… as usual I am a loyal but unreliable friend.

Ramones, “Swallow My Pride: This is the sound of liberation through humiliation… these songs are so simple I’m thinking maybe I can not only play them.

The Clash, “Safe European Home: Listening to you changed the way I heard music.

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