GlitterKittyKid (glitterkittykid) wrote in u2,
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Two Things.

1. In the newest issue of Rolling Stone with Madonna on the cover, the feedback for the issue with Bono was all positive, I was kind of suprised about that, but I thought it was cool. I've even got my punk rock boyfriend-type-guy to read it and he admitted he thinks Bono's a good activist, although he still hates U2. ha.

2. I was listening to the "Dancing Barefoot" and I came across a lyric that I wanted your opinion on.
The lyrics says:
She is sublimation
She is the essence of thee
She is concentrating on
He who is chosen by she

I'm wondering if the meant to use sublimation as a derivative of "sublime" sinc the only definitions I know of are:
1 : the act, process, or an instance of subliming a chemical
2 : the process of converting and expressing a primitive instinctual desire or impulse to a form that is socially or culturally acceptable

I guess the second definiton works, but I'm not sure that's what they were going for.

Thoughts?
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