Found What He's Looking For

He admits he is driven by guilt. As the world's biggest rock star — and a deeply religious Catholic — there are many days when Bono simply can't stand the breadth of his good fortune. "I have so much more than is rational," he says. "I kind of figure — I owe."

So Bono started paying off his debt in 1984, when U2 played in Band Aid and later Live Aid, Bob Geldof's...

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