1 August, 2015 - RollingStone.com
The first clue came during the end of "Beautiful Day" when Bono sang a few lines of "Hungry Heart." It lasted no more than six seconds, but it seemed to confirm rumors that had been flying around for weeks that Bruce Springsteen was going to come out for the final night of U2's eight-show stand at Madison Square Garden. But nobody knew for sure Friday night until the end of "Where The Streets Have No Name" when an extra mic stand appeared and Bono began speaking about Springsteen's profound influence on the band. Watch the Edge, Adam Clayton Perform With U2 Cover Band Needless to say, the capacity crowd erupted when Springsteen walked out with an acoustic guitar. "Earlier, when I busted myself up here in the city, we had a gig in Times Square for Red and this man showed up and delivered," Bono said. "The chairman, the Boss. Mr. Bruce Springsteen." They let the audience sing the first few verses of "I Still Haven't Found What I’m Looking For," but Bono and Springsteen were soon trading lines on the tune just like they did at U2's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction in 2005 and the HOF's 25th anniversary concert in 2009. Last year, Springsteen sang it in Times Square with the band when he subbed in for an injured Bono. When the song concluded, they went into "Stand By Me," the same tune they did at at Philadelphia's JFK Stadium on the 1987 Joshua Tree tour (which doubled as the first time they played together).  "The kid’s a star!" Bono said as Springsteen walked off. "The kid's a star! He can keep the guitar." Bono was just the latest of many surprise guests on U2's tour. Previous shows have seen appearances by Lady Gaga, Jimmy Fallon and the Roots, Paul Simon, a Canadian U2 cover band, an Elvis impersonator and numerous random fans from the audience. Earlier this week, they flipped the script when the Edge and Adam Clayton came out during a club set by another U2 cover band in New York.  The cheers at Madison Square Garden on the final night began before U2 even took the stage when Bill and Hillary Clinton took their seats in the front row of the arena’s upper deck. Bill remained motionless throughout the night, but Hillary rocked her head back and forth during "Pride (In The Name of Love)" and, at an ever faster pace, during "Where the Streets Have No Name." When Springsteen appeared, the couple got on their feet and enthusiastically clapped along. The other big moment of the night came during the E stage portion of the show, where the band performed 1982's "Trash, Trampoline and the Party Girl" for the first time in six years. The song was the B-side to "A Celebration" and never appeared on a studio album, but it was a regular part of their setlist in the 1980s and remains a longtime fan favorite. They wrapped up the night with "40," which they dedicated to their tour manager Dennis Sheehan, who suddenly passed away earlier in the tour. Though the first U.S. leg of U2's Innocence and Experience Tour is now over, the band has booked 34 European shows in the fall beginning September 4th in Torino, Italy. Related Watch Jimmy Fallon, the Roots' Surprise Appearance With U2 Watch Lady Gaga Make Surprise Appearance With U2 at MSG U2 Play 'Two Hearts Beat as One' For First Time in 26 Years
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RiFF RaFF - They Figured I Worked For Mexico
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RiFF RaFF - They Figured I Worked For Mexico songtext

[Hook: Riff Raff] x2
Walkin' through the house in my white robe
All this snow I got, you figured I worked for Mexico
Mexico, gotta be from Mexico
All this snow I got, you figured I worked for Mexico

[Verse 1: Riff Raff]
I pull up Sally Struthers after nightfall
I put a komodo dragon in my front yard
I don't have the time to be double checkin'
I done-I done tour bus, it's a double decker
Checkers on the shoes eating fudge chips
Jumping in and out the lambo: double dutch
I got more "white girl" then a sock hop
Jody Highroller pulled up candy butterscotch
Bad Puerto Rican wearing tube socks
Now she is half naked playing hop scotch
Riff Raff in the 7 it's a good night
Now I'm in your kitchen: food fight

[Hook] x2
Walkin' through the house in my white robe
All this snow I got, you figured I worked for Mexico
Mexico, gotta be from Mexico
All this snow I got, you figured I worked for Mexico

[Verse 2: Lil Link]
Let me think, how do I start this?
I be chillin' outside where the park is
What park? Who don know
I'm just chillin' by myself with my damn bulldog, uh
Cause I'm so fucked up
My brain's fucked up and I'm so fucked up
Yeah, so I thought I'd go on a beat
Spit heat, let you fakes try to copy me
But that's alright man
I'm here all night fam, doin' some writin'
And I'm kushed right out
So fucked up I'mma sleep on my couch
And I wake next morning, still snorin'
Get to the fridge, get some orange juice pourin'
Now I gotta just sesh
Kush is the best, kush gon' be my death cause I love that shit
I hug that shit, you wanna touch that quick, don't touch that shit
Yeah, you can't stand this
It got bitches actin' scandalous
Rap Cannibus
You can't handle this, so let's bang with this
This track, this track
I run rap like I run a lap
Get back, you done rapped
I don't need you in my life so fuckin' take that, uh
Now laugh it off
Your girl gotta cough, she can jack me off
Okay, now that's on the next level
I don't give a fuck, she could ride me like a pedal
Yeah, call me Lil Link the rebel
In and out the ghetto, never rollin' with the metal

[Hook] x2
Walkin' through the house in my white robe
All this snow I got, you figured I worked for Mexico
Mexico, gotta be from Mexico
All this snow I got, you figured I worked for Mexico