Sister I'm A Poet

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MORRISSEY song
Name Sister I'm A Poet
Album/single Everyday_Is_Like_Sunday_(single)
Length 2:25
Writer/composer Morrissey/Street
Producer Stephen Street
Release May 1988
Recorded Circa March, 1988


Information

Lyrics

All over this town Yes, a low wind may blow And I can see through everybody's clothes With no reason to hide these words, I feel And no reason to talk about the books I read But still, I do

That's cause I'm a... Sister I'm a... All over this town

Along this way Outside the prison gates I love the romance of crime And I wonder: "Does anybody fee the same way I do? And is Evil just something you are? Or something you do?"

Sister I'm a... Sister I'm a... All over this town

All over this town They pull over in their Citroen vans Not to shake your hands With Meths on their breaths And you with youth on your side Oh no, no, no-no, waiting at the lights But not this time

Sister I'm a... Sister I'm a... All over this town All over this town All over this town All over this town

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 162

Morrissey live history:

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