Which Smiths song have you cried to ?

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James

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I did to "I know its over", more than once. Never to a Morrissey (solo) song.
 
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Johnny

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> I did to "I know its over", more than once. Never to a Morrissey
> (solo) song.

Let me see."Well I Wonder" (The Smiths most underated song), "I Won't Share You", "I Know It's Over" and from Moz solo "I'd Love To" and "Interlude".

As you can see...it doesn't take much
 
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nonesoever

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from Morrissey solo - Mexico, it's a terrible song

> Let me see."Well I Wonder" (The Smiths most underated song),
> "I Won't Share You", "I Know It's Over" and from Moz
> solo "I'd Love To" and "Interlude".

> As you can see...it doesn't take much
 
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Abrahán

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Asleep, I Know It's Over, Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me, Reel Around the Fountain, etc...




my homepage
 
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Banging em' Dave

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> Let me see."Well I Wonder" (The Smiths most underated song),
> "I Won't Share You", "I Know It's Over" and from Moz
> solo "I'd Love To" and "Interlude".

Interlude?!? Were you chopping onions at the time? It has the (highly emotional) effect on me of making me lunge for the CD 'skip' button.

'You're the One for me Fatty' makes me somtimes cry, it reminds me of halcyon days and nights spend with overweight Keighley girls in times long past. Ahh...

B e' D
 
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Johnny

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> Interlude?!? Were you chopping onions at the time? It has the (highly
> emotional) effect on me of making me lunge for the CD 'skip' button.

> 'You're the One for me Fatty' makes me somtimes cry, it reminds me of
> halcyon days and nights spend with overweight Keighley girls in times long
> past. Ahh...

> B e' D

I'm a very emotional guy Dave. Heck, I even cry when Albion Rovers suffer a home defeat.i.e every 2nd Saturday.

I do like "Interlude" though. Lovely song.Much maligned.
 
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Chill

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I Know It's Over is a guaranteed tearjerker

I cry to "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" and "The Boy With The Thorn In His Side" on occasion as well. There are definitely others, but those are the main ones.

I also cried the first time I heard "Will Never Marry."
 
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A.K1976

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> I'm a very emotional guy Dave. Heck, I even cry when Albion Rovers suffer
> a home defeat.i.e every 2nd Saturday.

> I do like "Interlude" though. Lovely song.Much maligned.

Interlude would have been better if he did the song with someone other than Siouxsie, Chrissie Hynde perhaps.

Songs don't make me cry, just sing along with a lot more emotion, one example would be Rubber Ring, I think this is the most underated Smiths song.
 
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Blubber McCann

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Re: It would be quicker to say which ones I haven't cried to
 
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Ruffian

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> I did to "I know its over", more than once. Never to a Morrissey
> (solo) song.

hmm.. just quickly deciding..

A long long time ago.. 'Last Night I dreamt' for self indulgence.
'Seasick still docked' has a poignancy..
'I know its over' for a marriage that went bad.
'London' for the place I belong

tears are never enough..
 
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Ruffian

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> Interlude?!? Were you chopping onions at the time? It has the (highly
> emotional) effect on me of making me lunge for the CD 'skip' button.

> 'You're the One for me Fatty' makes me somtimes cry, it reminds me of
> halcyon days and nights spend with overweight Keighley girls in times long
> past. Ahh...

> B e' D

I like Interlude bangin Em!! I'll have to arm wrestle you over a pint of stout at the S&G in October.. Are you planning on being there?

'Fatty' is an awful tune. Keighley girls though, they sound ok!

Ruffian
 
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Patrick McCann

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> 'London' for the place I belong

hey Ruff, I've lived in london for a few years now, though I'm not from here.

In what part of London were you born and raised, pal??
 
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Bluenose

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I've blubbed along to the following, usually because I couldn't have the
one I wanted. If you associate songs with certain people this can turn on
the waterworks too

'Please, Please, Please...'
'I Know It's Over'
'He Knows I'd Love To See Him'
'I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday'
'Tomorrow'
'Seasick, Yet Still Docked'

'Your Arsenal' is a very emotional album for me
 
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Librarian on Fire

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Please Please Please
That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
Well I Wonder

I'm not a cheerful person
 
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gripper

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Still Ill makes me weep uncontrollably. I don`t know why , it just does.Also The hand that rocks the cradle, a beautiful song.
 
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Maudlin

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Call me a soft cunt but...

> I did to "I know its over", more than once. Never to a Morrissey
> (solo) song.

When I'm not patrolling the smackhead-filled streets of Skelmersdale in my Lacoste trackie, Asleep is the one Smiths song that has the abilty to reduce me into a whimpering wreck, I don't think I've ever been so affected by song... I often find it unbearable to listen to. It's an achingly beautiful song, but at the same time its like class A intravenous melancholy.

From Moz solo, patently Late Night, Maudlin Street and maybe Seasick, Yet Stil Docked... although the remaining two tracks on the Your Arsenal normally perk me up before the razors come out.
 
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poison ivy

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knows how to push buttons

I know it's over whenever I get nostalgic and yearn
seasick and yet docked -the melody--sharp things in eyes -psychosomatic...
Reel around the Fountain personal reasons
Well, I wonder - wonderment
Cradle - creepy paedo-undertones

But most of these sonsg are odes to a film, a character....

When I have a smiths-a-rama tear session- i prepare myself, lie down- Smiths cds in chronological order...very cathartic...
I don't listen to those often but the cheery latter cds...

November spawned a Monster- because I was born in November and I am neither a monster nor paralegtic...It's cruel - skip.
Maudlin street -jeans part

Margaret Thatcher should have been killed...No way Pinochet would get away.
> I did to "I know its over", more than once. Never to a Morrissey
> (solo) song.
 
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