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What songs should madonna include in her next tour

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Assuming 10 of them will be tracks from the new album, what old stuff would you like to see.

 

Given the reaction Take a Bow got I think she'd be mad not to include it. I also think Ghosttown will be featured.

 

Of the other stuff I'd really like to hear Bad Girl and You'll See.

 

Of the stuff she has done before I'd like Sorry and Oh Father to get another airing.

 

Song's I'd like not to be included include Music, Human Nature and Holiday - enough already.

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Bad Girl

Rain

Nothing Really Matters

Take a Bow

Bedtime Story

Oh Father

Cherish

The Look Of Love

Causing a Commotion

Gambler

Angel

Rescue Me

You'll see

The Power of Good-bye

Love Profusion

I'll Remember

This Used To Be My Playground

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Considering the bad quality of the performance, she'd be mad to include Take a bow!!

 

I'd go for GAMBLER. A strong powerful song to play with guitar and loved by fans.

 

We can't expect too many ballads but I'd love to hear I'LL REMEMBER, finally. So underrated.

 

Once again, we will all be hoping for Rescue me and Nothing really matters as we were before RHT began.

Sorry or Jump could also be fine in the setlist. And American Life.

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I dunno, but it's time for an acoustic concert :)

I totally agree with this idea !

 

I love her ballads, she has written a lot of beautiful songs so underrated...

 

I'd love to hear Has to Be or Is this love (I keep on dreaming...)

 

More seriously, I would like to hear :

 

Where's the Party

Causing a Commotion

Cherish

I'll remember

Joan of Arc

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I'm sure a militaristic theme will pop up again soon, so American Life and maybe I'm So Stupid with a mash up with I Love New York. I'd second Sorry and Ghosttown. Obviously some oldies but goodies like Everybody or Luckystar, Open Your Heart, Express Yourself and maybe Oh Father. I'd also like Dear Father to come forth. It's a long shot but I've fallen in love with that demo. Secret, Tale A Bow, Swim.

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It wouldn't be a Tour without these  "classics"!!!

 

 

Candy Shop

Like A Prayer

La Isla Bonita

Human Nature

Holiday

Bitch, I'm Madonna

:lol:

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I think it's time to reinvent the following singles she's ignored over the years:

 

1980s Angel, Gambler, Causing a Commotion, Cherish.

 

1990s This Used to Be My Playground, Bad Girl, I'll Remember, You'll See, The Power of Good-Bye, Nothing Really Matters

 

2000s American Pie, Hollywood, Love Profusion

 

:jumpy:

 

* I think this topic should be moved to the World Tours section.

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Ideal wishlist:

Wash All Over Me
- Either the piano ballad or even the dramatic album version.

Skin
- This is just screaming for an amazing performance.

Frozen

- I know she's done it but hearing it live, it's majestic and beautiful.

Bad Girl

- If she manages to remember the words, she shot it down on RHT because she couldn't remember it.

Nothing Really Matters

Physical Attraction
- The singalong on MDNA was perfect and she clearly remembers it.

Causing a Commotion
- With Who's That Girl being wheeled out after thirty years, this one is long overdue for a reinvention.

Rescue Me
- This is the ultimate song I'd love to see her perform. Wish she had done it on Girlie before the Evita training though.

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More conventional choices:

  • Everybody
  • Lucky Star
  • Into the Groove
  • Crazy for You
  • Live to Tell
  • Papa Don't Preach
  • Causing a Commotion
  • Cherish
  • Erotica
  • Secret
  • Take a Bow
  • You'll See
  • Frozen
  • Ray of Light
  • The Power of Good-Bye
  • Beautiful Stranger
  • American Pie
  • Don't Tell Me
  • Die Another Day
  • American Life
  • Hollywood
  • Sorry
  • 4 Minutes
  • Give It 2 Me

Obscure/less conventional choices:

  • Physical Attraction
  • Gambler
  • Over and Over
  • Angel
  • Oh Father
  • Rescue Me
  • Rain
  • Bad Girl
  • I'll Remember
  • Bedtime Story
  • Swim
  • Skin
  • Nothing Really Matters
  • Impressive Instant
  • Nothing Fails
  • Love Profusion
  • Get Together

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It wouldn't be a Tour without these  "classics"!!!

 

 

Candy Shop

Like A Prayer

La Isla Bonita

Human Nature

Holiday

Bitch, I'm Madonna

:lol:

Do you get the impression she just picks the songs that are the least vocally challenging and easy to sing? You forgot Music.

 

Was watching "I'm going to tell you a secret" the other day and she noted that when she sings ballads people go off and get hot dogs, so I figured that was why her tours had minimum ballads. 

 

Another vote for I'll Remember.

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I want more 90's and 00's songs, we had enough 80's classics in this last tour.

So, maybe:

Keep it together

Rescue Me

Bad Girl

Secret

Ray Of Light

Nothing Really Matters

The Power of Good-Bye

What It Feels Like For a Girl

Hollywood

Love Profusion

Hung Up

Get Together

Sorry

4 Minutes

Miles Away

Girl Gone Wild

Ghosttown

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Nah. The reason was because they were in Vegas, where the audience is probably not fans.

 

 

Was watching "I'm going to tell you a secret" the other day and she noted that when she sings ballads people go off and get hot dogs, so I figured that was why her tours had minimum ballads. 

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