Author Topic: Is Little Things what Mercy became?  (Read 605 times)

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Offline Allhorizonbomb

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Re: Is Little Things what Mercy became?
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2018, 05:46:06 PM »
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Well, it's 10 times the song Mercy is regardless of its origin.

That level of exaggeration causes me to vehemently disagree with you, even though I'm perfectly ok with people have differing opinions to me. Mercy is the better song IMO.

Yeah I'm going to have to side with the pro Mercy side. I would even put it in their top 20 songs along with North Star. Remember when those songs got played back to back on the 360 tour, best two song combo they've ever had besides maybe Running to Stand Still and bullet. Will those two songs ever be released, no. Are they they best two songs they've written since Achtung Baby, yes.

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Re: Is Little Things what Mercy became?
« Reply #16 on: July 17, 2018, 05:49:28 PM »
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The one place I see, and hope that Mercy will be released is on a Best of 2000-20whatever in the future.  I can't see it being on Songs Of Ascent, if that ever happens.  For the record, I hope the full version of Invisible is on that too, but I guess I'm getting off track here.

Oh God I could only hope. What if it's that compilations special single like Electrical Storm, Sweetest Thing, or Window in the Skies. I think that would be cool.