The Playboy Mansion
by U2

  • The Playboy Mansion is used to symbolize the vanity and materialism prevalent in America. The mansion is a hedonistic place where wild parties filled with celebrities and beautiful women are legendary.
  • Some of the lyrics mention Michael Jackson and his many plastic surgeries.
  • The working title was "Hymn To Mr. Universe."
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