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Old 10-19-2006, 09:30 AM   #226
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My favourite lyric has to be

"And when I'm lying in my bed
I think about life
And I think about death
And neither one particularly appeals to me
And if the day came when I felt a
Natural emotion
I'd get such a shock I'd probably lie
In the middle of the street and die
I'd lie down and die ...
Oh, oh"
Irishteen, i figure you are very YOUNG. As such, you must have natural feelings left At least, i had natural feelings back then. Aww...i hope it was just good lyrics to you.
I am out of natural feelings most of the time. But, there is always Moz to remind me that i am not alone, at least.
Recently, i have these lyrics in my mind :
Look once to me, Look once to me - then look away
Look once to me, Look once to me - then look away
And when they haul me down the hall
And when they kick me down the stairs
I see the faces all lined up before me
Of teachers and of parents
And bosses, who
All share a point of view
"You are a loser"
"You are a loser"

Friday / Friday mourning
Dressed in black
I won't be coming back
Friday / Friday mourning
Dressed in black
I won't be coming back
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Old 10-19-2006, 01:46 PM   #227
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Irishteen, i figure you are very YOUNG. As such, you must have natural feelings left At least, i had natural feelings back then. Aww...i hope it was just good lyrics to you.
I am out of natural feelings most of the time. But, there is always Moz to remind me that i am not alone, at least.
Recently, i have these lyrics in my mind :
Look once to me, Look once to me - then look away
Look once to me, Look once to me - then look away
And when they haul me down the hall
And when they kick me down the stairs
I see the faces all lined up before me
Of teachers and of parents
And bosses, who
All share a point of view
"You are a loser"
"You are a loser"

Friday / Friday mourning
Dressed in black
I won't be coming back
Friday / Friday mourning
Dressed in black
I won't be coming back
I'm 16, and you can call me John if you wish

those lyrics are from Friday Mourning right, one of the b-sides on You Are The Quarry? I like them
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Old 10-25-2006, 08:14 AM   #228
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Yes. Friday mourning. His voice is so gentle and sad and beautiful.
How do you feel about Jack the ripper? This song is brilliant , IMO.
So atmospheric....lyrics great, also.
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:08 PM   #229
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I like Jack The Ripper, though I've never heard the studio version of it, but I've heard the live one, pretty good song

what you think of Cemetry Gates, there's just something about that song that I just love, and why is Cemetery mis-spelled in the title?
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Old 10-27-2006, 03:54 PM   #230
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I am so happy to give you really rare studio version of Jach the ripper
Here it is...http://www..com/download/85333?PHPSE...271058e14a6e98

As for Cemetry gates..i dont know why is mis-spelled, who knows?When it comes to Moz, anything is possible and he likes to play with words
I like the song because Wilde is mentioned there, and i LOVE Wilde as musch as i love Moz and as much as Moz loves him.
Although i like the other two (poets)Keats and Yeats too, i find very amusing when Moz says "while Wilde is on my side" especially because Wilde is weird lover
Song is very cheerful, but you must please remeber...it was dreaded sunny day
Speaking of which....it reminds me of the lyrics:

A small boy, big ideas
You must please remember
A long road, with no turn-off
Oh, you must remember

Caught in your headlights
Like a frightened animal
You must remember


Someone cries twice nightly
Of course, I do remember
Someone cries and you think quite rightly so
But you refuse to remember


Caught in your headlights
Like a frightened animal
Oh, you must remember


Oh ...
Remember, remember
Oh ...
Remember, remember


Low-lights and long nights
I try hard to not remember
And you - too beautiful
I can't look


I've done so very many stupid things
It's too late (remember)

It"s just running through my head the whole day...
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Old 10-27-2006, 05:08 PM   #231
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maybe it's just spelled the way Morrissey pronounces it

Yeah I enjoy the poets mentioned in it, especially "weird love Wilde", as Morrissey likes to call 'im

That reminds me of a lot of songs, really in a way cheerful sounding but the lyrics are the complete opposite


Which website did you upload that song on? Either my computer doesn't want to upload it or I don't know the address you used


Yeah since I'm a late bloomer to Morrissey and the Smiths, there's a lot of songs I've still yet to hear, I generally buy any Smiths/Morrissey album I find, but a lot of shops here don't have them

So far I have
Morrissey:
Beethoven Was Deaf
In The Future When All's Well(single)
Live At Earls Court
Ringleader of the Tormentors
Suedehead: The best of
Vauxhall And I
Viva Hate
You Are The Quarry (Deluxe Edition)
Your Arsenal

The Smiths:
Meat Is Murder
The Queen is Dead
Strangeways, Here we come


what one do you think I should buy next by either artist?
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Old 10-27-2006, 05:59 PM   #232
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Well, you got essential albums of the Smiths. As for Moz, the weakest ones are:Kill uncle and Bona drag,although Bona drag is better. Maladjusted is a great album. Beethoven was deaf is brilliant. He knows i"d love to see him and Seasick, yet still docked live are just too beautiful and moving.
As for other artists....oh,my, it depends on what you like. Many fans of Moz are also Suede fans( as far as i know). I dont see the connection, really. I like Placebo, especially "Without you i am nothing" album. I like the Hot fuss of Killers, Disintegration of the Cure, Best of - Jesus and Mary Chain.
One kind soul sent me Jack the ripper, so i dont know any other site but this one. Hope it will work for you.
http://www..com/files/85333
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I'll keep a look out for Maladjusted, hopefully I'll find it at a cheap price

I've never actually listened to Suede or Placebo, I'll check them out if I see anything by them and have any money

and the link worked this time, thanks
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So, how do you like studio version of Jack the ripper?
I think it is as good as live one. It adds Nobody knows me.....
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I liked it, it was a bit strange sounding but I enjoyed it
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I just wanted to say:"Regrets i"ve had a few, but then again, to many to mention..." from Who put the M in Manchester
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How good is the concert on that DVD? I've seen it in the shops, is it worth buying?
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How good is the concert on that DVD? I've seen it in the shops, is it worth buying?
It's amazing. Best concert film he's released so far.
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How good is the concert on that DVD? I've seen it in the shops, is it worth buying?
Definitely. I dont know about other releases, i just started to collect them(it isnt available here).
Set list is amazing, he even sings Rush and a push and the land is ours which is the dearest Smiths song to me(If possible to choose). He is witty, sad in a beautiful way, happy, strong. I dont know, he is really attractive nowadays. Self-confident, mature, still rebel and maladjusted
Irishteen, did you buy anything new(of the albums)?
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Irishteen, did you buy anything new(of the albums)?
no, I haven't, HMV never seems to have any albums I'm interested in at a decent price

I love "A rush and a push and the land is ours" I might have to check the DVD out just for that, but it will all depend on how much HMV feels like charging
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