The Moz/Smiths Top 100, Part 158: SOME GIRLS ARE BIGGER THAN OTHERS

How do you rate Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others?


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Houdini

Junior Member
Let's compile our own Morrissey/Smiths Top 100 by rating all 232 Moz/Smiths-songs.

Song for Today: SOME GIRLS ARE BIGGER THAN OTHERS

Voting should be something along these lines:
10: Perfection
9: Near perfect, brilliant
8: Really good Moz/Smiths song
7: Good Moz/Smiths song
6: Decent, OK, Nothing special
5: Uninspired
4: Poor
3: Bad
2: Should never have been released
1: He/They should be ashamed

The songs so far (voting is still open):

Part 157: Slum Mums
Part 156: Skin Storm
Part 155: Sister, I'm A Poet
Part 154: Sing Your Life
Part 153: Shoplifters Of The World Unite
Part 152: Sheila Take A Bow
Part 151: Shakespeare's Sister
Part 150: Seasick Yet Still Docked
Part 149: Satan Rejected My Soul
Part 148: Rusholme Ruffians
Part 147: Rubber Ring
Part 146: Roy's Keen
Part 145: Reel Around The Fountain
Part 144: Redondo Beach
Part 143: Reader Meet Author
Part 142: Pretty Girls Make Graves
Part 141: Pregnant For The Last Time
Part 140: Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want
Part 139: Piccadilly Palare
Part 138: Pashernate Love
Part 137: Papa Jack
Part 136: Panic
Part 135: Paint A Vulgar Picture
Part 134: Our Frank
Part 133: Ouija Board, Ouija Board
Part 132: Oscillate Wildly
Part 131: On The Streets I Ran
Part 130: Oh Well, I'll Never Learn
Part 129: Nowhere Fast
Part 128: Now My Heart Is Full
Part 127: Now I Am A Was
Part 126: November Spawned A Monster
Part 125: Noise Is The Best Revenge
Part 124: Nobody Loves Us
Part 123: No One Can Hold A Candle To You
Part 122: Never Had No One Ever
Part 121: My Love Life
Part 120: My Life Is A Succession Of People Saying Goodbye
Part 119: Mute Witness
Part 118: Munich Air Disaster 1958
Part 117: Moonriver
Part 116: Money Changes Everything
Part 115: Miserable Lie
Part 114: Michael's Bones
Part 113: Mexico
Part 112: Meat Is Murder
Part 111: Margaret On The Guillotine
Part 110: Maladjusted
Part 109: Lucky Lisp
Part 108: Lost
Part 107: London
Part 106: Little Man, What Now?
Part 105: Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning
Part 104: Life Is A Pigsty
Part 103: Let the Right One Slip In
Part 102: Let Me Kiss You
Part 101: Late Night, Maudlin Street
Part 100: Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
Part 99: King Leer
Part 98: Journalists Who Lie
Part 97: Jeane
Part 96: Jack The Ripper
Part 95: It's Hard To Walk Tall When You're Small
Part 94: Is It Really So Strange?
Part 93: Irish Blood, English Heart
Part 92: Interlude
Part 91: Interesting Drug
Part 90: In The Future When All's Well
Part 89: If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me
Part 88: I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
Part 87: (I'm) The End Of The Family Line
Part 86: I'm Not Sorry
Part 85: I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now
Part 84: I'd Love To
Part 83: I Won't Share You
Part 82: I Will See You In Far Off Places
Part 81: I Want The One I Can't Have
Part 80: I Started Something I Couldn't Finish
Part 79: I Like You
Part 78: I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
Part 77: I Know It's Over
Part 76: I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
Part 75: I Knew I Was Next
Part 74: I Keep Mine Hidden
Part 73: I Just Want To See The Boy Happy
Part 72: I Have Forgiven Jesus
Part 71: I Don't Owe You Anything
Part 70: I Don't Mind If You Forget Me
Part 69: I Can Have Both
Part 68: I Am Two People
Part 67: I Am Hated For Loving
Part 66: Human Being
Part 65: How Soon Is Now?
Part 64: How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
Part 63: Hold On To Your Friends
Part 62: Heir Apparent
Part 61: Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
Part 60: He Knows I'd Love To See Him
Part 59: He Cried
Part 58: Have-A-Go Merchant
Part 57: Handsome Devil
Part 56: Hand In Glove
Part 55: Half A Person
Part 54: Hairdresser On Fire
Part 53: Good Looking Man About Town
Part 52: Golden Lights
Part 51: Glamorous Glue
Part 50: Girlfriend In A Coma
Part 49: Girl Least Likely To
Part 48: Girl Afraid
Part 47: Get Off The Stage
Part 46: Ganglord
Part 45: Friday Mourning
Part 44: Frankly Mr Shankly
Part 43: Found Found Found
Part 42: First Of The Gang To Die
Part 41: Everyday Is Like Sunday (follow link for first 40 songs)
 

Corrissey

lovable loser
The only line better than some girls are bigger than others is --yes-- some girls mothers are bigger than other girls mothers. Wish there were a few more lyrics in it but it's fun and I love it.
 
A song that either brings a tear to my eye, or causes me to collapse into howls of laughter, depending on my mood.

With those lyrics put to that guitar, it's a song that only the Smiths could have written. And for that, I can't give it any less than a 10.
 
12.

I fifth and sixth all that was said.
As he starts singing,
"From the ice-age to the dole-age
there is but one concern
I have just discovered..."
there's no way back!
 

oscillate wildly

New Member
I don't understand how anybody could not adore this song completely.
no one could pull anything close to this song off except for The Smiths and that makes it even more amazing! :D
 

celibate

Forever Ill
a 7

never much liked it as a song on the Queen is Dead, but live it sounds[ed]
much better.
Musicly it's good, I like Johnny guitar sound, and the Rhythm Twins show
that they're not replacable/session musicans, but Mike Joyce and Andy
Rourke of the f****** Smiths.

I like the live version where Morrissey puts an extra verse into it

on the shopfloor, this calender
as obvious as snow
as if we didn't know


wished he done that on the studio album, cause the lyrics are poor
and dull, but on the other hand it's only Morrissey who can come up
with sucha song and get away wit it

afterall i maybe should've given it an 8, but can't change it anymore
 
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Still Tired

as it were...
Brilliant, I'm totally in love with this song. I just love how seriously and mournfully Morrissey sings it... so good! Although I've only ever received strange looks from other people when I've tried to get them to appreciate it as much as I do... can't think why :D
 

MsChievous

Hand Frink
I like it -catchy tune, easy to remember the lyrics and well, so true. Gave it an 8.
 

the judge

New Member
1000000

One of the very best, if not the best.
The guitar makes me cry and the lyrics fit the song. The live version is better than the studio one.

and these lines:
send me the pillow, the one that you sleep on
and I'll send you mine

One of his best quotes.
 
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Comtesse

Starved Of Mirth
I always feel so bad for Johnny Marr when I listen to this song. Here he came up with one of his greatest compositions and Morrissey ruined it with silly sub-par lyrics. The live version is especially wonderful - I can't get enough of Johnny's solo intro. But damn you, Morrissey - why did you have to fuck it up????? An 8, for the music only.
 

hatfull

HIM-full
a four. I don't get all the fuss about this song at all.
 

Helios

New Member
1000!

My favourite song of all time... brilliant music (hear Johnny live on this one!) & brilliant lyrics.

Sheer perfection.


Edit: Radio Berlin, you have the worst taste of all time... go & find another neglected Moz B-side to give 10 to.
 

jeniphir

Doing Very Well
Enh. 6.

--jeniphir
 

celibate

Forever Ill
Well, great that it was played awfully many times live. I don't think it's enough to judge the sound of it. Good memories for those who were lucky to hear it, but nothing more.
I never saw the Smiths live, the only gig in 1984 was a sorta members
only party from a magazine called 'Vinyl'... I mean it was not advertised
in Dutch papers/magazines, so basicly if yer reading that Vinyl magazine
you could get tickets. [it was their 5 year anniversary party in 'de Meervaart' in Amsterdam] plus I live way down south in the Netherlands,
so we were ill informed about what's going on in Amsterdam

as for the live song, it's on many bootlegs, so thats why I said I liked
it more than the studio album
 
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