He then asks that if a song is recorded but never heard, does it even exist. He walks out, leaving Peyton with his question. She runs into the studio to find Mia listening to her track after Haley edited it to sound really good.
Peyton asks if she has spoken to John Knight and Mia confirms he did and told her that she made a mistake signing with her as she does not have to experience to launch her. Brooke goes to see Peyton as she passes Owen at the bar. She begins flirting offering to take him to New York, but there would be no one to run the bar. She then dares him to go and Owen accepts the dare.
Lucas is reading a postcard from Karen in Venice as he goes through the post, and then reads another letter concerning Dan being released on parole. He receives a knock at the door and finds Nathan knocking for a place to stay. He invites him in and tells him that Dan is up for parole. Jamie is waiting for his breakfast and when he gets the pancakes from Haley, he is disappointed as Carrie always does them in a smiley face.
Haley tells him that Carrie will be gone for a long time, and this just leads on to Jamie complaining that she cut the sandwiches the wrong way to what Carrie does.
Jamie hugs him unaware of the events that occurred the night before. But he swears that it was just flirting and that was it. Nathan has no option to agree and walks out, leaving Haley in tears, but Haley tells him there better not be anymore. Peyton is back to arguing with John and warns him that he will not be getting her artist, but John tells her it is not stealing if Mia wants it to happen. She tells him her and Mia will be fine, but John tells her that Mia will get nowhere without a major label as she does not have the resources.
He tells her he is staying till tomorrow morning and that she should do the right thing. Jamie is going into school as Carrie shouts for him. She leaves Jamie upset at school. She takes him in and finds the place a mess and realises someone is in her place.
Maniac only runs into Mars Bar because of a book he is trying to return to a girl, Amanda Beale, from whom he borrowed it on his first day in Two Mills. The act of trying to return this book brings him to the East End, and to his encounter with Mars Bar, and starts the long chain of events which eventually bring him to a place he might call home. But it is a journey and he needs help to find a balance between his sense of obligation and his need to resolve his homelessness.
Amanda, who at one point tells Maniac that 'y ou can't get a library card without an address', serves as another key figure in forcing Maniac to acknowledge the help he needs to change his circumstances. Her lending the book to Maniac validates his right to be in town despite his homelessness and suggests that the help he needs lies not in the formal assistance of public programs or foster care but in accepting the kindness from others that he does not yet do naturally.
Books, in fact, appear all over the place in this story. One purpose books serve is to illustrate the different relationships the characters have to 'home'. He remains in their care until another act of vandalism, the shredding of Amanda's encyclopedia by someone 'celebrating' Maniac untying Cobble's Knot, forces Maniac to leave and resume his homeless wandering instead of staying and potentially causing more pain.
A book gives him an address, a book takes it away. His time living with the elderly Grayson is defined by books. Using the money Grayson gives him, Maniac buys used books from the library. These he uses to teach himself subjects his peers are learning at school. Not being in school allows him to spend time with Grayson, to build a place they each call home after being starved of such a place for most of their lives. The safety of this place makes Grayson feel 'at home' enough to finally admit his illiteracy and this admission prompts Maniac to buy books for teaching the old man how to read.
In addition to the foundation books provide for building and providing homes, there are also a examples of characters using books as substitutes for the power to stabilize their own lives which they, as children, lack, and which their own versions of home do not sufficiently provide. For example, Amanda, who finds her private collection of books constantly under siege from her younger siblings, lugs a suitcase full of her books around town with her at all times.
Maniac, unwilling to attend school due to his homelessness and unable to get a library card due to his lack of an address , regains some semblance of control over his education by purchasing those used library books referenced above as learning material.
Both characters, finding an element of their home lives over which they have little control impacting their relationship to books, find solutions which allow them to regain a sense of power over their own circumstances and continue to work with their books in a way that is satisfying to them. There is also a commentary on routines that books illustrate in various ways. Sometimes, these are explicitly stated, such as when reading in the afternoons is described as 'providing just enough stability' to allow Maniac to handle the chaos that ensues while he is trying to help Russell and Piper sort out their own shambles of a home life.
At other times, the commentary is more subtle. As described above in a couple of examples, various characters use reading or possession of books to build routine into their lives. Producer Daniel Lanois joined in on guitar, and the rest of the group followed. Much of The Joshua Tree showed the band's fascination with American culture, politics, and musical forms, [ 20 ] and while the lyrics of "Running to Stand Still" were Irish-based, the musical arrangement for it began with touches of acoustic blues and country blues that represented an idiomatic stretch for the group.
In the introduction and conclusion is a mournful slide acoustic guitar in Eno and Lanois' production [ 23 ] that Rolling Stone called both grim and dreamy.
Bono's lyrics evoke helplessness and frustration in the lines "You've got to cry without weeping, talk without speaking, scream without raising your voice". The title phrase is not used until the last line of the song. U2 songs often have multiple interpretations, [ 28 ] and "Running to Stand Still" has ones beyond its immediate context. On the website SongMeanings. Rolling Stone wrote, "After the first few times through [it], you notice the remarkable music It sounds like a lovely, peaceful reverie — except that this is a junkie's reverie, and when that realization hits home, the gentle acoustic lullaby acquires a corrosive power.
Irish music writer Niall Stokes considers "Running to Stand Still" to be one of the most important songs on The Joshua Tree , not only on its own merits as a "mature and compelling Throughout its live history, "Running to Stand Still" has nearly always followed " Bullet the Blue Sky ", matching the order they appear on the album.
It was first played live on the Joshua Tree Tour , with The Edge playing keyboards and Bono playing guitar, usually acoustic. During the 27 May show at Rome 's Stadio Flaminio — the opener of that tour's second leg, and the first in Europe — 35, people sang along to the song's "Ha la la la de day" refrain, bringing a side-of-stage Brian Eno to tears.
A different tour performance was included on both the DVD and album Live from Paris , released in On the Lovetown Tour , during one Dublin show that was broadcast worldwide, the song segued into a verse of Ewan MacColl 's classic ode to industrial bleakness, " Dirty Old Town "; this show was released in as Live from the Point Depot. During the Zoo TV Tour, the song's performance was significantly altered. In these shows, The Edge played guitar on his Fender Stratocaster with the band on the main stage, while Bono sang the song on the B-stage with a headset microphone.
Bono mimed the actions of a heroin addict, rolling up his sleeves and then spiking his arm during the final lyric, after which he would sing "Hallelujah" over and over while reaching up into a pillar of white light.
During most of its performance on the Vertigo Tour, it once again followed "Bullet the Blue Sky" and culminated with a video clip of several verses of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights being read; [ 37 ] after July , it was replaced in that role and in the set list by " Miss Sarajevo ". The use of the phrase "running to stand still" dates to at least to the s and s.
Between and , the phrase occurred four times in The New York Times ; from to , the phrase has occurred ten times not counting mentions of the song itself. Future music video director Dave Meyers wrote a movie script to the song while a film student at Loyola Marymount University. It featured the Lynette Scavo character resorting to taking her children's ADD medication in order to cope with the overwhelming demands of her domestic life.
Lynn Connolly, whose memoir The Mun: Growing Up in Ballymun detailed her raising there in the s and s, readily acknowledged the problems there and also wanted to get out at the time. The Ballymun area was still so associated with "Running to Stand Still" and the drug problem of the time, that local backers of the regeneration went to pains to point out the recent progress.
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