Sunday Bloody Sunday Lyrics - U2



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I can't believe the news today
Oh, I can't close my eyes and make it go away!

How long?
How long must we sing this song?
How long?
How long?

'Cause tonight...we can be as one
Tonight...

Broken bottles under children's feet
Bodies strewn across the dead-end streets
But I won't heed the battle call
It puts my back up, puts back up against the wall!

Sunday, Bloody Sunday
Sunday, Bloody Sunday
Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
All right lets go!

And the battles just begun
Theres many lost but tell me who has won
The trenches dug within our hearts
And mothers, children, brothers, sisters torn apart!

Sunday, Bloody Sunday
Sunday, Bloody Sunday

How long...how long must we sing this song?
How long?
How long?

'Cause tonight...we can be as one
Tonight
Tonight (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
Tonight
Tonight (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
Tonight
Come get some!

Wipe the tears from your eyes
Wipe your tears away
Wipe your tears away
I wipe your tears away (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
I wipe your blood shot eyes (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)

Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
Here I come!

And it's true we are immune
When fact is fiction and TV reality
And today the millions cry
We eat and drink while tomorrow they die!

The real battle yet began (Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
To claim the victory Jesus won (Sunday, Bloody Sunday
on...

Sunday, Bloody Sunday
Sunday, Bloody Sunday...





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version control... | Reviewer: Matt O'Connell | 5/8/13

This song is all about forgiveness, not specifically about the events of bloodysunday. This is simply a poor man's version of John Lennon's classic which is fueled by the hatred the bogside still holds for the brits.

NOT about Bloody Sunday | Reviewer: Stephen McBride | 1/3/12

The song is specifically NOT about Bloody Sunday in 1972, which, if you actually listened to what the band have said aboyut the song, you'd know.

It seems Bono's exhortation of this "not being a rebel song" have fallen on deaff ears.

It uses the title Bloody Sunday as a known motif in Irish/Northern Irish history, but the point of the song is to rise above the tribalism of Northern Irish politics!

Sunday bloody sunday! | Reviewer: Eve | 8/7/11

After heaRing this song i can honestly say that u2 is the greatest band ever!They are reporting the pain and the trauma that the irish people suffered that day in the shape of beautiful melodies and cleverly-functioned lyrics!They truly fight for a cause which is peace and that what makes the greatest!

What this song is about? | Reviewer: Andrew | 10/31/08

Yeah exactly as the other guy said its a dark day in Irish history. My Grandfather was in the march and one of his best friends was shot. A man named Doherty. My grandfather marched every year with the rest until he died a few years ago.

what this song is about | Reviewer: Anonymous | 10/7/08

half of the people probably don't know what this song is about. to clarify, this is about bloody sunday, research Irish history. U2 is an Irish band, and even though I'm not a very big fan, I like what this song sings about. Erin go Bragh.

Powerful | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/26/07

this song is real powerful and a real U2 signature song. i love it

great!!! | Reviewer: rike | 3/11/07

it´s a great song and if you ever have seen U2 live you´ll never forget it!!! this song made me love U2 and it touched me. really, one of the best songs of the world!!!



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