There are plenty. Here is a couple that stand out for me.
And I'm a long way from where I was and where I need to be - Song For Someone
The worst things in the world are justified by belief - Raised by Wolves
This is a sadly true and very powerful one!
There are SO MANY on this album!! I will TRY and list just one from each song.
The Miracle -We got language so we canít communicate
Religion so I can love and hate
Music so I can exaggerate my pain, and give it a name
Every Breaking Wave-I thought I heard the captainís voice
Itís hard to listen while you preach
Like every broken wave on the shore
This is as far as I could reach
California - The weight that drags your heart down
Well thatís what took me where I need to be
Song for Someone-You let me in to a conversation
A conversation only we could make
You break and enter my imagination
Whateverís in there itís yours to take
Iris - Once we are born, we begin to forget
The very reason we came
But you Iím sure Iíve met
Long before the night the stars went out
Weíre meeting up again
Volcano -Your eyes were like landing lights
They used to be the clearest blue
Now you donít see so well
The futureís gonna land on you
Raised by Wolves - Boy sees his father crushed under the weight
Of a cross in a passion where the passion is hate.
Cedarwood Road -Blossoms falling from a tree they cover you and cover me
Symbols clashing, bibles smashing
Paint the world you need to see
Sleep Like A Baby Tonight -Where there is silence and not screaming
Where thereís no daylight, thereís no healing
This Is Where You Can Reach Me Now -We come from an ancient place
Beyond what we can see
Weíve come to colonise your n
And steal your poetry
The Troubles -You think itís easier
To put your finger on the trouble
When the trouble is you
And you think itís easier
To know your own tricks
Well itís the hardest thing youíll ever do
This was an exercise in frustration. I really just needed to quote the entire lyric of each song in most cases. Stupefying!
I am going to refer to this album from here on out as The Psalms by U2.