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During Bono's teenage years the Seven Towers housing project was in place, which relocated families to the Ballymun flats. "They were very unhappy, they were angry, they were annoyed, these were the people we would meet as young teenagers," he said. "A lot of my early memories of teenage years were of violence, and the sheer fear of leaving the house, going to catch the bus," he added. "That [song] has all the dignity of that neighbourhood. Some dark characters indeed, but the general decency of people, the goodness, is in [the] guitar solo. I couldn't have achieved that," he told music podcast Song Exploder.

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ボノがティーンエイジャーの時にSeven Tower 住宅プロジェクトが着手され、それによって家族たちはBallymun 共同住宅への引っ越しを余儀なくされた。 「彼らはすごく不幸で、怒っていて、困惑していた。彼らは僕が若いティーネージャーとして出会うことになる人たちだったんだ。」と語った。 「ティーネージャーの早い時期の多くの記憶は、暴力的なもので、家を出ていくことの純粋な恐れであり、そしてバスに乗りこんでいく」と続けた。 「あれ(あの曲)はその隣人たちに全ての敬意を込めているんだ。ギターのソロでは実際暗い部分もあるが、全体的な人々の品格や善良さが表現されている。(あの経験がなければ)表現できなかっただろうね」と彼はポッドキャストの音楽番組、Song Exploderに語った。

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