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Revision as of 06:35, 8 April 2022

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THE SMITHS song
Name What She Said
Album/single Meat Is Murder
Shakespeare's Sister (single)
Length 2:42
Writer/composer Morrissey/Marr
Producer The Smiths
Stephen Street (Recording Engineer)
Release February 1985
Recorded Winter 1984


Information

Lyrics

What she said:
"How come someone hasn't noticed
that I'm dead
and decided to bury me?
God knows, I'm ready"
What she said was sad
but then, all the rejection she's had
to pretend to be happy
could only be idiocy
What she said was not for the job or
lover that she never had
What she read
all heady books
she'd sit and prophesise
(it took a tattooed boy from
Birkenhead
to really really open her eyes)
What she read
all heady books
she'd sit and prophesise
(it took a tattooed boy from
Birkenhead
to really really open her eyes)
What she said:
"I smoke 'cos I'm hoping for an
early death
AND I NEED TO CLING TO SOMETHING!"
What she said:
"I smoke 'cos I'm hoping for an
early death
AND I NEED TO CLING TO SOMETHING!"

Live History

Play count (The Smiths concert): 90

The Smiths live history:

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Play count (Morrissey concert): 98

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