Don't do it.
There may be some wiggle room if you're published with a big six or you're close personal friends with Bono, but if you're a first-time author, the copyright laws are such that it's impossible to get permission to use song lyrics in your work of fiction.
I know this. I'm quick to advise other writers of this. So imagine my surprise when my wonderful copy-editor caught me doing this.
Not once, but twice. Apparently, I imagined myself to be an exception.
So, this has been fixed in Monsoon Season and I just came across a great example of a writer who manages to get song lyrics in the reader's head without breaking any rules. Check out page 112 of The Long Way Home.
I'm reading this book now and will have a review up shortly.