We continue our tour of the letter "I" with this one: a Morrissey/Tobias composition, originally a B-side on "The Youngest Was the Most Loved" and then included on the Swords compilation.
What do we think?
There are so many examples in the Moz discography of melody-free 'songs' that you start to wonder whether the band are actually instructed to create bland soundscapes so that the singer can shine, making the spotlight is entirely his and his vocal melody becomes the sole focus of the listener.
If that's true , it's a bad idea as he isn't always good enough to save a song by himself as is evidenced here. This is yet another piece of instantly forgettable nothingness.