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A page solely dedicated to all things Morrissey, Marr, Joyce, Rourke and The Smiths. Personal blog: www.teawithsocrates.com troubled ghost(s)








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inthegutterbutlookingatstars:

my first love.. my only love

inthegutterbutlookingatstars:

my first love.. my only love

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daaramfavs:

From an article published on 19th of March 1988 in the Melody Maker for the release of the Morrissey’s first single:”Suedehead”.

daaramfavs:

From an article published on 19th of March 1988 in the Melody Maker for the release of the Morrissey’s first single:”Suedehead”.

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“I find people who are quite artistic and creative crawl from dreadful conditions, where people who are cushioned in life tend not to produce anything dramatically artistic. To me popular music is still the voice of the working class, collective rage in a way, though seldom angst ridden. But it does really seem like the one sole opportunity for someone from a working class background to step forward and have their say. It’s really the last refuge for articulate but penniless humans.”

Morrissey (NME, 1984)

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thischarmlessgirl:

This is perfect. :)

thischarmlessgirl:

This is perfect. :)

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thischarmlessgirl:

Dimples!

thischarmlessgirl:

Dimples!



thischarmlessgirl:

I dunno either, Morrissey.

thischarmlessgirl:

I dunno either, Morrissey.



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