Something to Believe In, performed live in Yokohama (1996). On record, Jon sings a C5 in full chest.
When performed live however, they do it a semi-tone lower. Not sure what note he hits during the live version, but it is still very high and was suggested to be a B4 in full chest.
Jon's voice was already showing signs of decline by this time, as evidenced by his nasal sounding vocals and his performances of Bed of Roses.
Newly added: I should mention that Jon seems to have taken his vocals more seriously lately, because he's singing a lot better than he was during 2002-2006. He's even performing ALWAYS again, in the original arrangement. How amazing is that? I for one, honestly thought he was never going to sing that song ever again.imagine my suprise, moved me to tears.
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