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Morrissey

As the lead singer of the Smiths, arguably the most important indie band in Britain during the '80s, Morrissey's theatrical crooning and literate, poetic lyrics -- filled with romantic angst, social alienation, and cutting wit -- connected powerfully with a legion of similarly sensitive, disaffected youth. These fans turned the Smiths into stars in Britain, exerting tremendous pull over much of the country's guitar-based music for many years after their breakup, and even if the group remained underground cult artists in the States, they had a fan base that slowly, steadily grew larger over the years. Indeed, a few years after the Smiths' breakup in 1987, Morrissey's American cult had grown to the point where he became more popular in the U.S. than in his homeland, where he nevertheless was never far from the music press headlines. After a quiet period around the turn of the millennium, Morrissey launched a comeback in 2004 with You Are the Quarry, an album whose success proved that he remained one of the most beloved figures in alternative rock.

Stephen Patrick Morrissey was born May 22, 1959, in Manchester, England; not surprisingly a shy, awkward youth, he became obsessed with music and film as a teenager and devoted his writing talents to penning a New York Dolls fanzine (he was the president of their U.K. fan club), as well as a tribute to James Dean and numerous opinionated letters to the weekly music paper Melody Maker. During the explosion of punk in the late '70s, Morrissey unsuccessfully auditioned for Slaughter & the Dogs and sang for a brief period with a band called the Nosebleeds. He met guitarist Johnny Marr in 1982 and the two began writing songs together, forging one of the most productive partnerships British pop had seen in quite some time. The Smiths' 1983 debut single, "Hand in Glove," a love song filled with oblique references to homosexuality, made them an underground sensation in the U.K. and as Morrissey attracted more attention, he demonstrated a flair for manipulating the media. His interviews were filled with blunt, unpredictable opinions and intentionally outrageous statements and his notoriety wasn't hurt by his stage presence (he performed wearing a hearing aid with flowers sticking out of his back pockets) or his self-proclaimed celibacy in the wake of much speculation about his sexuality.

Possessed of a darkly cynical bent as a lyricist, he was often misinterpreted as advocating some of the more disturbing things he sang about, which only added to the furor surrounding the band. The Smiths' eponymous 1984 debut was a smash in the U.K. and in its wake, Morrissey began promoting his political views, heavily criticizing Margaret Thatcher, and advocating vegetarianism (hence the title of the follow-up LP, Meat Is Murder). The Queen Is Dead (1986) was acclaimed as a masterpiece, but friction between Morrissey and Marr was growing. Marr departed after 1987's Strangeways, Here We Come and Morrissey broke up the rest of the band to begin a solo career.

Feeling betrayed by Marr's defection, Morrissey channeled his frustration into creating new material with producer Stephen Street. His first two solo singles, "Suedehead" and the gorgeous "Everyday Is Like Sunday," were significant British hits in 1988 and his first album, Viva Hate (its title a reference to the Smiths' breakup), was commercially and critically well received. He released several more high-quality singles, including "The Last of the International Playboys" and "Interesting Drug," but spent an inordinate amount of time laboring on the follow-up album, issuing the stopgap compilation Bona Drag in 1990. In the meantime, the Madchester fad was sweeping British indie music and when the lackluster Kill Uncle was finally released in 1991, it only magnified the disappointment. U.K. reviewers took Morrissey to task, suggesting that the record marked the end of his glory days and that he would never be able to match the songs he'd written in tandem with Marr.

A misperceived flirtation with British nationalism (not helped by a couple of seemingly racial caricatures in recent songs) tarnished his image even more in the U.K. press during 1992, this coming amid even more frequent reports of feuds with his managers, business associates, and ex-bandmates. All the controversy overshadowed the fact that 1992's Mick Ronson-produced Your Arsenal was a smashing return to form; Morrissey used his new guitar tandem of Alain Whyte (who co-wrote much of the material) and Boz Boorer (formerly of rockabilly revivalists the Polecats) to full advantage in crafting a crunchy, glammed-up record. It easily ranked as the hardest-rocking of his career. Meanwhile, over in the U.S., tickets for his upcoming tour were selling like hotcakes and he managed to sell out L.A.'s Hollywood Bowl even faster than the Beatles had.

His confidence renewed by his American success (to the point where he permanently moved to Los Angeles), Morrissey delivered an equally strong follow-up in 1994's calmer Vauxhall and I, which even got him his first Top 50 singles chart entry in the U.S. with the MTV-supported "The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get." A hit-and-miss compilation, The World of Morrissey, followed in 1995, after which he switched labels (from Sire to RCA) for the first time since the Smiths' debut album. Also issued in 1995 was the prog rock-informed Southpaw Grammar, which confounded many and perhaps prevented him from expanding his American audience past a now sizable group of longtime listeners. In 1996 he moved to another new label, this time Island, and released Maladjusted the following year. It failed to sell well outside of his most fanatical followers and his relationship with Island ended in 1998.

In the years that followed, Morrissey remained a massively popular touring attraction on the strength of his singular identity, despite the fact that he had yet to land another record deal. Finally, he signed his Attack label to Sanctuary, and released his first studio album in seven years, 2004's You Are the Quarry featuring production by Jerry Finn (blink-182, Sum 41, and Green Day). The album's leadoff single, "Irish Blood, English Heart," garnered considerable press, radio, and music television attention, and established a comeback of sorts. The concert recording Live at Earls Court followed one year later, as did the DVD concert Who Put the "M" in Manchester?, which saw a brief theatrical release.

His second full-length for Sanctuary, Ringleader of the Tormentors, was produced by Tony Visconti (T. Rex, David Bowie) and released in spring 2006. Recorded in Rome, the album also featured some orchestration by famed composer Ennio Morricone. Around this time, Morrissey's longtime guitarist and writing partner Alain Whyte left the band. Although Whyte continued to contribute songs for Morrissey, he was largely replaced on album and in live shows by guitarist Jesse Tobias.

In 2009, Morrissey released Years of Refusal, his first under Decca after label changes found Sanctuary being absorbed into the Universal Music Group (which owned Decca). Produced by Finn and once again showcasing guitarist Tobias, Years of Refusal found Morrissey going for a more stripped-down, back-to-basics rock approach. Sadly, Finn suffered a cerebral hemorrhage just after wrapping production on the album. He fell into a coma and died just over a month later on August 21, 2008. Despite the tragedy surrounding it, Years of Refusal was largely hailed as Morrissey's best album in years.

Over the next few years, Morrissey busied himself with rejiggered reissues of his solo material and various other compilations surfaced, including the 2009 B-sides collection Swords and the 2011 set Very Best of Morrissey; he also played live with semi-regularity. Early in the summer of 2012, he announced in an interview with JuiceOnline.com that he was tentatively planning to retire in 2014. Morrissey then spent much of 2012 and 2013 touring the world, either side of an early-2013 period of bad health that saw him hospitalized first for an ulcer and then for a bout of pneumonia. A film of a March 2013 show at L.A.'s Hollywood High School saw a cinema release as 25Live that August and was issued on DVD and Blu-ray before the end of the year. His autobiography -- published through Penguin Classics that October -- was well-received and became a number one best-seller in the U.K.

In January 2014, despite his earlier proclamation of retirement, Morrissey signed a new record deal, this time with Capitol. Six months later he released his tenth studio album, World Peace Is None of Your Business, on Capitol's Harvest imprint. In promotion of the album, Morrissey shot several short films, released online, in which he delivered spoken word versions of the title track as well as the singles "Istanbul," "Earth Is the Loneliest Planet," and "The Bullfighter Dies." By August of 2014 Morrissey was once again without a label, having parted ways with Harvest. He also revealed that he'd undergone treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer. Nonetheless, he continued touring, wrapping up the year with a two-month stint in Europe.

In January 2015, following several live shows in the U.K., Morrissey appeared in a high-profile concert at New York's Madison Square Garden supported by Blondie. That March he released a fifth single from World Peace Is None of Your Business, the digital download "Kiss Me a Lot." Also in 2015, Morrissey announced the publication of his debut novel, List of the Lost, for Penguin. ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Swords

1. Good Looking Man About Town

2. Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice

3. If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me

4. Ganglord

5. My Dearest Love

6. The Never Played Symphonies

7. Sweetie Pie

8. Christian Dior

9. Shame Is The Name

10. Munich Air Disaster 1958

11. I Knew I Was Next

12. It's Hard To Walk Tall When You're Small

13. Teenage Dad On His Estate

15. Friday Mourning

16. My Life Is A Succession Of People Saying Goodbye

17. Drive In Saturday

18. Because Of My Poor Education

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Track List: Years Of Refusal

1. Something Is Squeezing My Skull

2. Mama Lay Softly On The Riverbed

3. Black Cloud

4. I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris

5. All You Need Is Me

6. When Last I Spoke To Carol

7. That's How People Grow Up

8. One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell

9. It's Not Your Birthday Anymore

10. You Were Good In Your Time

11. Sorry Doesn't Help

12. I'm Ok By Myself

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Track List: Ringleader Of The Tormentors

1. I Will See You In Far Off Places

2. Dear God, Please Help Me

3. You Have Killed Me

4. The Youngest Was The Most Loved

5. In The Future When All's Well

6. The Father Who Must Be Killed

7. Life Is A Pigsty

8. I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero

9. On The Streets I Ran

10. To Me You Are A Work Of Art

11. I Just Want To See The Boy Happy

12. At Last I Am Born

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Track List: You Have Killed Me

1. You Have Killed Me

2. Human Being

3. I Knew I Was Next

4. Good Looking Man About Town

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Track List: You Are The Quarry

Disc 1

1. America Is Not The World

2. Irish Blood, English Heart

3. I Have Forgiven Jesus

5. I'm Not Sorry

6. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores

8. First Of The Gang To Die

9. Let Me Kiss You

10. All The Lazy Dykes

11. I Like You

12. You Know I Couldn't Last

Disc 2
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Track List: The Best Of Morrissey

1. The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get

2. Suedehead

3. Everyday Is Like Sunday

4. Glamorous Glue

5. Do Your Best And Don't Worry

6. November Spawned A Monster

7. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys

8. Sing Your Life

9. Hairdresser On Fire

10. Interesting Drug

11. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful

12. Certain People I Know

13. Now My Heart Is Full

14. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday

15. Sunny

16. Alma Matters

17. Hold On To Your Friends

18. Sister I'm A Poet

19. Disappointed

20. Tomorrow

21. Lost

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Track List: My Early Burglary Years

1. Sunny

2. At Amber

3. Cosmic Dancer (Live)

4. Nobody Loves Us

5. A Swallow On My Neck

6. Sister I'm A Poet

7. Black-Eyed Susan

8. Michaels Bones

9. I'd Love To

10. Reader Meet Author

11. Pashernate Love

12. Girl Least Likely To

13. Jack The Ripper (Live)

14. I've Changed My Plea To Guilty

15. The Boy Racer

16. Boxers

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Track List: Maladjusted

1. Maladjusted

2. Alma Matters

3. Ambitious Outsiders

4. Trouble Loves Me

5. Papa Jack

6. Ammunition

7. Wide To Receive

8. Roy's Keen

9. He Cried

10. Sorrow Will Come In The End

11. Satan Rejected My Soul

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Track List: Southpaw Grammar

1. The Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils

2. Reader Meet Author

3. The Boy Racer

4. The Operation

5. Dagenham Dave

6. Do Your Best And Don't Worry

7. Best Friend On The Payroll

8. Southpaw

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Track List: World Of Morrissey

1. Whatever Happens, I Love You

2. Billy Budd

3. Jack The Ripper (Live)

4. Have-A-Go Merchant

5. The Loop

6. Sister I'm A Poet (Live)

7. You're The One For Me, Fatty

8. Boxers

9. Moon River

10. My Love Life

11. Certain People I Know

12. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys

13. We'll Let You Know

14. Spring-heeled Jim

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Track List: Vauxhall And I

1. Now My Heart Is Full

2. Spring-Heeled Jim

3. Billy Budd

4. Hold On To Your Friends

5. The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get

6. Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself

7. I Am Hated For Loving

8. Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning

9. Used To Be A Sweet Boy

10. The Lazy Sunbathers

11. Speedway

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Track List: 'Beethoven Was Deaf'

1. You're The One For Me, Fatty (Live)

2. Certain People I Know (Live)

3. National Front Disco (Live)

4. November Spawned A Monster (Live)

5. Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Live)

6. The Loop (Live)

7. Sister I'm A Poet (Live)

8. Jack the Ripper (Live)

9. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference (Live)

10. I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday (Live)

11. We'll Let You Know (Live)

12. Suedehead (Live)

13. He Knows I'd Love To See Him (Live)

14. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side (Live)

15. Glamorous Glue (Live)

16. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful (Live)

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Track List: Your Arsenal

2. Glamorous Glue

3. We'll Let You Know

5. Certain People I Know

6. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful

7. You're The One For Me, Fatty

10. Tomorrow

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Track List: Bona Drag

1. Piccadilly Palare

2. Interesting Drug

3. November Spawned A Monster

4. Will Never Marry

5. Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference

6. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys

8. Hairdresser On Fire

9. Everyday Is Like Sunday

10. He Knows I'd Love To See Him

11. Yes, I Am Blind

12. Lucky Lisp

13. Suedehead

14. Disappointed

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Track List: Viva Hate

1. Alsatian Cousin

2. Little Man, What Now?

3. Everyday Is Like Sunday

4. Bengali In Platforms

5. Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together

6. Late Night, Maudlin Street

7. Suedehead

8. Break Up The Family

9. Hairdresser On Fire

11. I Don't Mind If You Forget Me

12. Dial-A-Cliche

13. Margaret On The Guillotine

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Track List: Earth Is The Loneliest Planet (Single)

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Track List: Istanbul (Single)

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Track List: Satellite Of Love

1. Satellite Of Love (Live)

2. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side (2014 - Remaster)

3. Mama Lay Softly On The Riverbed (Live)

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Track List: The Bullfighter Dies (Single)

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Track List: The Youngest Was The Most Loved

1. The Youngest Was The Most Loved

2. If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me.

4. Ganglord

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Track List: World Peace Is None Of Your Business (Single)

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applenickmik e
Viva Moz❤️
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rebeccavelar d e
Ya gotta love this guy
So wispy, dramatic, obscure and strange :) :P
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When are the Smiths going to reunite and throw a concert!!! would love to see this happen. Love the Morrissey.
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rayslow4
Heaven help me, I'm miserable now...
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Eww Justin! ! I love you Morrissey! ! I hope to see you live some day soon! !
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This song is about the Kray twins, Reginald and Ronald. Two extraordinar i l y dark characters. They ran a crime syndicate in England. Look them up, they make John Gotti look like an amateur.
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El morrissey going to see him in Irvine , ca

Love his shows
Hollywood palladium "07"
Staple down town LA. "12"��
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~~ Industrial Radio channel kicks a** ~~~
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s-t-e-v-e-n ��
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Love the smiths - and of course Morrisey !
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darkknight you forgot to log out somewhere and a troll posted on your behalf now go back to enjoying emerson lake and palmer
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He is like sweet wine on a Sunday drive.I'm in for it.
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Love to see morrissey and mar reunite
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sdducharme74
How soon is now. . freaking rocks
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bbhulse1
If Morrissey stared his own religion I would join in a heart beat.
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Love the tortured soul that is Morrissey
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ebanmiller
In 1986, my gang of friends and I used to drive around in my friends Mazda 626 just hanging around and having fun... One dreaded sunny day we were driving around Dundas and happened to pull up to the cemetery to take a tour. As soon as we drove up to the gate, Cemetery Gates came on... It was freakishly awesome!
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Reminds me of my ex
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This is the bomb
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Sigh....
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SO many memories every time I hear this track!
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Sweetness,I still cannot get past the fact that to bludgeon me
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Moz rules ��
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pjalcorn6
JR1982, I almost peed when I read that!!!
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I like to whirl my hips when I pee.
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Which song?
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Hope you feel better.:)
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Bybjknivumk, o n y b u g h g n j b y h i , l m i h k , j b n i c u y t n i h
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davidhoobyar
One of the best songs ever written
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Can't wait to see him in Seattle ��
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Seen him in niagara falls ny 8 months pregnant. Rode a bike in the pouring rain 12 miles to see the last song played.. it was worth it.
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Xoxoxoxoxoxo x : )
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Darkknight is a complete fucktard
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Long live the Smiths.
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Darkkknight, your a trolling buffoon, which makes you just a straight up buffoon. Unless your serious, in which case you need to tell your romper room teacher that u have a problem, that being the fact that your over the age of 12, maybe,& your still in preschool wearing pull ups that you soil often! Morrissey is one of the most brilliant intellects in all of music in the last half century.
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Darkkinght.. . y o u are obviously trolling or just the biggest idiot ever....as far as his solo material...I agree I much prefer the 87-94 era..You Are The Quarry was good.... have a hard time getting into his latest...but that being said I saw him four times in 92 on the Your Arsenal tour and again in 97 on Maladjusted. . . . f a n t a s t i c . . . b r i l l i a n t live performer... w o r d s alone can't express how much his material from The Smiths and the above mentioned era affected my life and touched me in a way few ar
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Christina Aguilera and her team of Disney songwriters write FAR better lyrics than this English buffoon. Who is this old f*rt anyway? If you ask me, the BEST place to find the hottest, coolest, innovative and thought-prov o k i n g music is on FOX's American Idol and NBC's The Voice. Bar none. Next topic!
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10,000 Maniacs have a good cover of this.
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Are all the rumors keeping me grounded?
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Simply the best..
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moZ porVidiA
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#1
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Ahhh... Moz.
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Morrissey is epic and confounding. That could be dichotomous, any
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❤️ morrissey ....
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I hope he beats cancer!
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I LOVE your songs Morrissey!!! ! !
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Love him!
His lyrics are funny, melancholic yet optimistic, & pull at your heart.
I love how he says what he thinks with little to no filter.
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8 bet if the cure had a concert o he cld still kick a like the 80,s
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