How do you rate Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me?

  • Total voters


Junior Member
Let' s compile our own Morrissey/Smiths Top 100.
And let's do the songs alphabetically.

Update of the score so far, tomorrow!

The songs so far (voting is still open):

Part 2: A Song From Under The Floorboards
Part 3: A Swallow On My Neck
Part 4: Accept Yourself
Part 5: All The Lazy Dykes
Part 6: Alma Matters
Part 7: Alsatian Cousin
Part 8: Ambitious Outsiders
Part 9: America Is Not The World
Part 10: Ammunition
Part 11: Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
Part 12: Asian Rut
Part 13: Ask
Part 14: Asleep
Part 15: At Amber
Part 16: At Last I Am Born
Part 17: Back To The Old House
Part 18: Barbarism Begins At Home
Part 19: Bengali In Platforms
Part 20: Best Friend On The Payroll
Part 21: Bigmouth Strikes Again
Part 22: Billy Budd
Part 23: Black-Eyed Susan
Part 24: Boxers
Part 25: Break Up The Family
Part 26: Cemetry Gates
Part 27: Certain People I Know
Part 28: Christian Dior
Part 29: Come Back To Camden
Part 30: Cosmic Dancer
Part 31: Dagenham Dave
Part 32: Dear God Please Help Me
Part 33: Death At One's Elbow
Part 34: Death Of A Disco Dancer
Part 35: Dial-A-Cliche
Part 36: Disappointed
Part 37: Do Your Best And Don't Worry
Part 38: Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice
Part 39: Driving Your Girlfriend Home
Part 40: East West
Part 41: Everyday Is Like Sunday
Part 42: First Of The Gang To Die
Part 43: Found Found Found
Part 44: Frankly Mr Shankly
Part 45: Friday Mourning
Part 46: Ganglord
Part 47: Get Off The Stage
Part 48: Girl Afraid
Part 49: Girl Least Likely To
Part 50: Girlfriend In A Coma
Part 51: Glamorous Glue
Part 52: Golden Lights
Part 53: Good Looking Man About Town
Part 54: Hairdresser On Fire
Part 55: Half A Person
Part 56: Hand In Glove
Part 57: Handsome Devil
Part 58: Have-A-Go Merchant
Part 59: He Cried
Part 60: He Knows I'd Love To See Him
Part 61: Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
Part 62: Heir Apparent
Part 63: Hold On To Your Friends
Part 64: How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
Part 65: How Soon Is Now?
Part 66: Human Being
Part 67: I Am Hated For Loving
Part 68: I Am Two People
Part 69: I Can Have Both
Part 70: I Don't Mind If You Forget Me
Part 71: I Don't Owe You Anything
Part 72: I Have Forgiven Jesus
Part 73: I Just Want To See The Boy Happy
Part 74: I Keep Mine Hidden
Part 75: I Knew I Was Next
Part 76: I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
Part 77: I Know It's Over
Part 78: I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
Part 79: I Like You
Part 80: I Started Something I Couldn't Finish
Part 81: I Want The One I Can't Have
Part 82: I Will See You In Far Off Places
Part 83: I Won't Share You
Part 84: I'd Love To
Part 85: I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now
Part 86: I'm Not Sorry
Part 87: (I'm) The End Of The Family Line
Part 88: I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
Part 89: If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me
Part 90: In The Future When All's Well
Part 91: Interesting Drug
Part 92: Interlude
Part 93: Irish Blood, English Heart
Part 94: Is It Really So Strange?
Part 95: It's Hard To Walk Tall When You're Small
Part 96: Jack The Ripper
Part 97: Jeane
Part 98: Journalists Who Lie
Part 99: King Leer


Beastly Little Parasite
It's just got to be 10! One of The Smiths greatest songs, and the saddest song ever written. A classic.


Starved Of Mirth
A work of incredible beauty, and I would say the last indisputable classic song The Smiths produced. I love everything about the song - from the opening piano chord to the fade-out. The opening piano sequence is one of Johnny's most eclectic and beautiful pieces of music, and the madding crowd sounds that accompany it are absolutely perfect. (Morrissey's use of extraneous sound files was always spot-on.) The lyrics are superb and Morrissey's vocal is among his best ever, especially in the "It goes on..." falsetto at the end. Just a gorgeous piece of pop art. It was also excellent when Morrissey performed it live. An obvious 10.


Ten, no contest. There are other songs I love by The Smiths, but this is one of the greatest.


from the Ice Age to the dole age
No hope
No harm
Just another false alarm...

The fattest 10 of them all:D


At Last, I Am Born
A 10 if ever there was one. When that fantastic intro comes to a crescendo and the vocals kick in, it makes my hair stand on end every time. Heart-achingly poignant and perfect lyrics, the whole thing is pure genius.
I had loads of trouble getting into this. It was weird at first because I really became put of such a long intro which to me just seemed to tumble and plod along. However, after a few hundred more listenings I decided that this truly is a pure classic and makes me proud to be a Smiths fan. I voted a 9 as my silly sub-conciousness fails to allow me give 10. Three songs that are in mind at the moment which certainly deserve 10 are: How Soon Is Now?, There Is a Light That Never Goes Out and I Know It's Over.


Active Member

Its just one of those special songs that always make me stop and really listent to it. Its hard to just have on as 'background noise' - if you know what I mean.


New Member

They were 4 songs that got me into the Smiths and this was one of them. I can clearly remember last summer hearing this song for the first time and hearing the intro and just being blown away and giving me shills and still does. It's too beautiful!! In my top everything.:D


I dont really care for the long intro. I would like the song better w/out that. and maybe if it had another verse? I dunno. I still really like it, but not one of my alltime favs. 8.


On holiday by mistake
I believe this is Morrissey's favourite Smiths song too.

I voted 10 - no need to think to even think about it.
Top Bottom