Paul H. Marsh ([email protected])
Sun, 23 Aug 1998 16:28:15 -0400
John Lennon wrote a song called "God (the dream is over)" which
described what he did not believe in. Most of the song follows this
format, "I don't believe in _____", where blank is many different
things. After Lennon's death, an author named Albert Goldman wrote a
biography about Lennon which basicly discredited his life. In fact, he
bashed Lennon with slander and conjecture. Even most of his sources are
questionable. So, Bono wrote an angry reply to Goldman's Biography. A
new song called "God Part II" saying that:
"I don't believe in Goldman his type like a curse.
Instant karma's gonna get him if I don't get him first."
Of coarse, not all of the song if angry. Unlike Lennons song, the dream
is not over. Bono leaves us knowing that he has a solid, unshakable
belief in LOVE. Bono knows that neither money nor violence, drugs nor
rock 'n roll are worth trusting. Love is the answer. Love, faith, and
hope, but the greatest of these is Love. And I, too, believe in love.
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