The vocal steals the show again, but I like it musically as well. A captivating melody that sneaks into your ears and won't leave for days. I can see why he initially wanted it to be a single.
A really good song overall and a strong, seemingly effortless lyric, gracing us with the unique (?) mentioning of the word "chevron" ("cheveron" on the lyrics sheet) in a pop song.
It seems to have been inspired by the recent Smiths court case as well as his general tiredness of the media circus. What stands out as particularly interesting to me is the unusual optimistic and conciliatory feeling that can be read in the lines
I don't dwell on things I'm missing
I'm just pleased
With the things I've found
Seeing that he likes to sing songs that send a message about his current status (like Alma Matters or If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me), I've been thinking that Ammunition would be a good setlist alternative to the ones that have been played to death.