I see this song as a possible retort from a listener of Morrissey’s work. His constant griping about loneliness and doom. If you’re gonna sing then sing...don’t go on about it...if you’re gonna kill yourself just do it....etc.
I am so pleased with this album. Especially after Low in High school, which had its moments but was under par and his worst album since Kill Uncle.
I really think this is his strongest and most consistent work since Vauxhall and I. Love is on it’s way out is the only weak song in my view, but...
I’d say it’s an ambiguous lyric, but the subject of Brexit is surely there in one reading. It’s also not the first time Morrissey has evaded the real meaning of a lyric in interviews. He said that ‘I can have both’ is about growing up working class with no choices...and then finding himself in a...
1. Your Arsenal
2. Vauxhall And I
3. World Peace Is None Of Your Business
11. Kill Uncle
Sorry, I can’t do it. List abandoned....it’s too difficult. I started something I can’t finish.