Sunday, March 15, 2009


I saw the below compilation of images online and instantly started to cry. Morrissey has written the lyrics to my life that I've connected with and survived on. One of the most poignant lines he ever delivered to my heart was:

"Life is hard enough when you belong here."

If you read and listen closely his words pushed mainstream limits of what a songwriter should/could talk about, but a lot of people weren't connecting to the lyrics, instead they loved the beat, well... some of them anyway.

"We can go wherever we please. And everything depends upon. How near you stand to me. And if the people stare. Then the people stare. Oh, I really don't know and I really don't care. I'll fight to the last breath. If they dare touch a hair on your head. I'll fight to the last breath. For the Good Life is out there somewhere. So stay on my arm, you little charmer."

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