Was just listening to this tonight and, in light of how her diaries played an influential role in the script for "England is Mine," as well as the quote that someone posted from Autobiography (can't find the link) about how important her calls were to him, began to wonder if this is actually an elegiac ode to her, much like "Camera" by REM. "When she calls me/ I do not walk, I run" might be more literal than I thought. (Literally, running to the phone when she called, at a time when long-distance calls were expensive.) And the line "let's go and trip a dwarf" (?) seems to be in-line with how Morrissey described her irreverent sense of humor in Autobiography.