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Why are the U2 CDs named after "Songs of Innocence" and "Songs of Experience" by William Blake?

The resemblance is mostly thematic. According to Bono (lead vocalist and primary lyricist of U2), the main thing they took from Blake was the idea of comparing innocence and experience: I try not to ...
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What are the "hands of love" in Exit?

Due to the context of "cure" and "healing", "hands of love" appears to be an allusion to Jesus touching people to heal them. The BibleQ article How many times did Jesus ...
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What are the "hands of love" in Exit?

Hands of Love are often referred to God's care, blessing and love directed towards humanity (e.g. here or here). So Love is used as a synonym of God. The lines can be interpreted as the protagonist, ...
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