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U2 — MLK (Dave Daily Mix)
Album: Einstein & U2 meet Karunesh at the Ganges
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Released: 2014
Length: 4:02
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Sleep
Sleep tonight
And may your dreams
Be realized

If the thunder cloud
Passes rain
So let it rain
Rain down on him

Mmm, mmm, mmm
So let it be
Mmm, mmm, mmm
So let it be

Sleep
Sleep tonight
And may your dreams
Be realized

If the thunder cloud
Passes rain
So let it rain, let it rain
Rain on him
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 Proclivities wrote:

Mohandas was busy that day (lunch with Cate Blanchett), and Einstein was making a pest of himself in the studio, playing around with Bono's sunglasses.  So they consented to put his picture on the cover just to mollify him.

 
Of course, that explains things. Einstein, what a prima donna know it all... {#Whipit}
 Proclivities wrote:

Mohandas was busy that day (lunch with Cate Blanchett), and Einstein was making a pest of himself in the studio, playing around with Bono's sunglasses.  So they consented to put his picture on the cover just to mollify him.

 

...hilarious
 Proclivities wrote:

Mohandas was busy that day (lunch with Cate Blanchett), and Einstein was making a pest of himself in the studio, playing around with Bono's sunglasses.  So they consented to put his picture on the cover just to mollify him.

 
Snicker giggle ahem.


 kcar wrote:
Why did they add Einstein on the cover and at the beginning of the song? Why not Gandhi?  

 
Mohandas was busy that day (lunch with Cate Blanchett), and Einstein was making a pest of himself in the studio, playing around with Bono's sunglasses.  So they consented to put his picture on the cover just to mollify him.
Negative Ghostrider.   Love the original, it represents U2 at its pretentious, creative best.  But that queasiness in my stomach reminds me of the first time I heard Vanilla Ice and Ice Ice Baby...PSD.
 Johnny_Wave wrote:
WTF?   Spoiling something that was excellent.  This version is totally unnecessary

 
Exactly what I was thinking. The original is perfectly understated (something that's hard to believe, considering it's U2).
Reminiscent of One Giant Leap... 
WTF?   Spoiling something that was excellent.  This version is totally unnecessary
Why did they add Einstein on the cover and at the beginning of the song? Why not Gandhi?  
Rots. 

The original is beautiful and perfect.
It may need more listenings to bet a better assessment...
Sounds pretty good — very atmospheric; incredible voice that could only be him or Finn Andrews, I figured. It's Bono&Co! Thanks, RP!