The lyrics to Tomorrow actually allows me to picture the grim scene of how Bono is waiting at the door with a black car parked in the side of the road, his consince wrestling him to ethier open or don't go to the door. Very chilling.
Which btw comes to this lyric to the end of the song - Open up/Open up/To the love of God. I always wondered in a song like Tomorrow that is so lyricaly tradgic and grim, where did THAT line come up in Bono's head?
And btw, in recent days I've come to greatly appericaite and love I Threw a Brick.... I came to greatly relate to Bono's lyrics - I was walking/I look into a window/To see myself/And my reflection/When I thought about it/My direction/Going nowhere.... Not to mention the seemingly rocking flow of the band. My one complaint thoguh is Edge's riff in the bridge. After wacthing the live version on UABRS, I kinda wished his solo sounded more like that cause the studio version now sounds bland to me. But still makes it a good song.