The Saints Are Coming (track) by U2
The Saints Are Coming appears on the following album(s) by U2:
- U218 Singles (track #17) (this album) (compilation) (2006)
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I don't have the U218 Singes Collection, but I do have this as a single with U2 & Green Day playing it live for New Orlean Saints as well as the studio track. Tried adding it to My Chart - said I couldn't. Oh well.
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