The text of this postcard reads:
SHOT RINGS OUT
It is an excerpt from the U2 song, Pride (in the name of love). The original song as recorded on the album, "The Unforgettable Fire" uses the lyrics "Early morning" instead of evening, but since Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated after 6 pm, the band now alters the lyrics in concert to be "evening" instead.
The image was screenprinted in black ink onto deep red cotton knit, then scanned and altered.
Postcard made professionally from heavy card stock, glossy on the photo side, and measures 4.25 x 6 inches (10.8 x 15.2cm). The reverse side displays my shop URL (small) with plenty of room left for writing. Suitable for mailing or framing.
A perfect gift for the U2 or MLK fan in your life!
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