What are your ten favorite Morrissey songs of all-time (from his entire catalog) ?

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Justin Playfair

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What are your ten favorite Morrissey songs?


My list (not in numerical order).


* "Bengali in Platforms"

* "Striptease with a Difference"

* "Happy Lovers At Last United"

* "Piccadilly Palare"

* "Seasick, Yet Still Docked"

* "Have-a-Go Merchant"

* "Sunny"

* "Ammunition"

* "I'm Playing Easy to Get"

* "Smiler With Knife"



* If I were to pick a favorite Morrissey song it would either be "Happy Lovers At Last United" or "Sunny."
 

21punksalute

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What an interesting list. I've forgotten about "playing east to get". I'm going to listen to it 100 times today.
 
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Anonymous

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This is a tough one.

Late Night Maudlin Street

Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself

Jack the Ripper

Life is a Pigsty

Suedehead

Tomorrow

Everyday is like Sunday

I Have Forgiven Jesus

Irish Blood English Heart

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esskay

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Alsatian Cousin

Yes, I Am Blind

You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side

November Spawned A Monster

Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning

I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday

The Youngest Was The Most Loved

Spring-Heeled Jim

Sing Your Life

World Peace Is None of Your Business
 

mcrickson

Reckless Endangerment
 

Derek17

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I'm going to hold back on answering though because as you might have noticed in that "create your Morrissey 'best of' album thread" I found it difficult to keep it under 20 or 30 songs. 10 seems impossible! But oh fine I'll try:

"Suedehead"
"Best Friend On the Payroll"
"Nobody Loves Us"
"Lost"
"My Love Life"
"Jack the Ripper"
"Sunny"
"Now My Heart Is Full"
"The National Front Disco"
"Tomorrow"

Obviously this doesn't do his entire catalogue justice.

This is f***ed up but I just realised that Suedehead refers to the action of getting head (the quality of said head) not one's haircut. Surely I'm not losing it? After all it's part of the "good lay" Morrissey refers to. Oh the revelations one has on the day off...
 

Charlie Cheswick

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Please, please, please, let me get what I want
Well I wonder
The Headmaster Ritual
I know it's over
There is a light that never goes out
This Charming Man
Rusholme Ruffians
What she said
I know very well how I got my name
Something is squeezing my skull
 
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keene

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1. It's Not your Birthday Anymore

2. You Were Good in Your Time

3. I Will See You In Far Off Places

4. You Have Killed Me

5. Life is a Pigsty

6. The youngest Was the Most Loved
7. Munich Air Disaster 1958
8. First of the Gang to Die
9. Istanbul

10. One of Our Own.....Give me the gun, a job half done isn't done.

I like all of Morrissey's work but to me....he really hit his stride with You Are the Quarry, and every album after.
 
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Art-Hounds

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Now My Heart Is Full
My Love Life
Why Don’t You Find Out For Yourself
Late Night, Maudlin Street
National Front Disco
Jack the Ripper
November Spawned A Monster
Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
Speedway
Southpaw
 

Twisted_Child

New Member
Going by number of plays again..

I'm OK By Myself
Something is squeezing my skull
All you need is me
Irish Blood, English Heart
Everyday is like sunday
Glamorous glue
Suedehead
I have forgiven Jesus
Dear God please help me
Ouija Board, Ouija Board
 

herzeleid

New Member
I can't compare Smiths and solo. It feels wrong. Like a teenager with a full beard.

Now My Heart is Full
November Spawned A Monster
I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
Everyday Is Like Sunday
I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
Trouble Loves Me
Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
I've Changed My Plea To Guilty
We'll Let You Know
Alsatian Cousin

Nothing from this century. Ouch.
 

Dabb hands

Member
The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
Neal Cassady Drops Dead
My Dearest Love
Life Is A Pigsty
You're Gonna Need Someone on Your Side
I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
Nobody Loves Us
Now My Heart Is Full
Staircase At The University
Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself
 
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