" I WENT OUT WALKING THROUGH STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD " 
NANCY SINATRA

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 Release Date Sept. 28, 2004 (USA) / Oct. 4, 2004 (UK)
 Artist Nancy Sinatra
 Record Label Attack / Sanctuary Records
 Singles With U2 None
 Promotional Releases None
 TRACKS FEATURING U2
Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton contribute drums and bass to the song "Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad" as performed by Nancy Sinatra.  The original song was written by Bono and the Edge for her father Frank Sinatra.
 TRACKLISTING (Click for Lyrics)
  • Burnin' Down the Spark (4:25)
  • Ain't No Easy Way (3:23)
  • Don't Let Him Waste Your Time (3:51)
  • Don't Mean Nothing (2:45)
  • Momma's Boy (3:03)
  • Let Me Kiss You (3:24)
  • Baby Please Don't Go (2:56)
  • About a Fire (3:29)
  • Bossman (2:59)
  • Baby's Coming Back to Me (3:10)
  • Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad (4:24)
LINER NOTES
Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad: Music: Bono & The Edge. Lyrics: Bono. Published by Universal Music Publishing BV except Blue Mountain Music Ltd (UK), Mother Music (Irl.). Recorded at Olympic Studios, London & Sonora Recorders, Los Angeles. Larry Mullen: Drums. Adam Clayton: Bass. Don Randi: Piano. John de Patie: Guitar. Lanny Cordola: Guitar. Produced by AJ & Matt Azzarto and Don Fleming. Mixed by Keith Barrows at Sonora Recorders, Los Angeles. 2nd Engineer: Dan Hoal. Mastered by Kris Solem at Future Disc, Los Angeles.
OTHER NOTES
Bono originally wrote the song "Two Shots of Happy One Shot of Sad" for Frank Sinatra to perform.  He never recorded the song before he passed away.  U2 would later record their own version of the song and release it as the b-side to the If God Will Send His Angels single.  In 2003 Nancy Sinatra approached Bono to ask if she could record the song instead.

Initially it was announced that the band was upset with Nancy recording this song, and that she had used the demo he had initially sent her father illegally.  This was not the case.  U2 were quick to issue a press release saying that the song was being performed with their permission, and that there was no intention to sue Nancy as reported.

When the album appeared, fans learned that not only had U2 given permission, but that Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton had appeared on the recording of the song.  Nancy does change about the lyrics significantly, and changes the pronouns in the song, so that it sounds like she is singing about her father.  This song does not appear in solo listings for Bono and the Edge, as we do not list songs that are covers of songs previously recorded by U2 - it appears with a full discography entry due to Mullen and Clayton's involvment in the recording.

RELATED RELEASES
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CATALOG INFORMATION
 5" CD:
 Canada Pressing, 06076-84729-2
Label: Attack / EMI Records
UPC: 0 60768 47292 1
Package: Regular Jewel Case
Matrix: BA-A0-404364-TC5 06076 84729 2 IFPI LM23
 USA Pressing, 06076-84729-2
Label: Attack Records
UPC:
Package: Regular Jewel Case
Matrix:
Catalog Information:
Canada, Attack / EMI, 06076-84729-2 USA, Attack, 06076-84729-2
UK, Sanctuary Records, SANCD302
Track Listing:
As listed above.
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