References to Hair

Mozmar

Well-Known Member
A random thought came to me today whilst out walking, after my hat blew off & I had to chase it across the fields. Yes, bizarre I know...but these things happen.

The man himself had a wonderful head of hair, but how many Morrissey/Smiths songs make reference to 'hair'.

There's the obvious Hairdresser on Fire, together with lyrical references in Piccadilly Palare (riah).

Any others spring to mind?

At the end I'll try & capture them all & whack them into a spreadsheet, as I know there are other spreadsheet lovers out there.
(Spreadsheet lovers, at last, united) ;)
 
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Musician

Guest
A random thought came to me today whilst out walking, after my hat blew off & I had to chase it across the fields. Yes, bizarre I know...but these things happen.

The man himself had a wonderful head of hair, but how many Morrissey/Smiths songs make reference to 'hair'.

There's the obvious Hairdresser on Fire, together with lyrical references in Piccadilly Palare (riah).

Any others spring to mind?

At the end I'll try & capture them all & whack them into a spreadsheet, as I know there are other spreadsheet lovers out there.
(Spreadsheet lovers, at last, united) ;)


"Hair brushed and parted, typical me"
"if they dare touch a hair on your head..."
"who dyed his hair gold"

etc
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

The Courage to Get on People's Tits
A random thought came to me today whilst out walking, after my hat blew off & I had to chase it across the fields. Yes, bizarre I know...but these things happen.

The man himself had a wonderful head of hair, but how many Morrissey/Smiths songs make reference to 'hair'.

There's the obvious Hairdresser on Fire, together with lyrical references in Piccadilly Palare (riah).

Any others spring to mind?

At the end I'll try & capture them all & whack them into a spreadsheet, as I know there are other spreadsheet lovers out there.
(Spreadsheet lovers, at last, united) ;)
"If they dare touch a hair on your head
I'll fight to the last breath"
Hand In Glove

"And the grease in the hair
Of a speedway operator
Is all a tremulous heart requires"
Rusholme Ruffians

"But the rain that flattens my hair *
These are the things that kill me

(All the lies about make-up and long hair
Are still there)"
The Queen Is Dead

"Hair brushed and parted"
I Started Something I Couldn't Finish

"When thirteen years old
Who dyed his hair gold?"
I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
 

Mozmar

Well-Known Member
"If they dare touch a hair on your head
I'll fight to the last breath"
Hand In Glove

"And the grease in the hair
Of a speedway operator
Is all a tremulous heart requires"
Rusholme Ruffians

"But the rain that flattens my hair *
These are the things that kill me

(All the lies about make-up and long hair
Are still there)"
The Queen Is Dead

"Hair brushed and parted"
I Started Something I Couldn't Finish

"When thirteen years old
Who dyed his hair gold?"
I Know Very Well How I Got My Name
Nailed it already, crikey 😁
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Are we allowed to talk about pubic hair?

"I have been brave,
Deep in every shaven cave."
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

The Courage to Get on People's Tits
"Call us home, comb our hair" in this version.

 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

The Courage to Get on People's Tits
"Churchillian legs
Hair barely there"
The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye

I got a few more if covers are allowed too...
 
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Anonymous

Guest
A random thought came to me today whilst out walking, after my hat blew off & I had to chase it across the fields. Yes, bizarre I know...but these things happen.

The man himself had a wonderful head of hair, but how many Morrissey/Smiths songs make reference to 'hair'.

There's the obvious Hairdresser on Fire, together with lyrical references in Piccadilly Palare (riah).

Any others spring to mind?

At the end I'll try & capture them all & whack them into a spreadsheet, as I know there are other spreadsheet lovers out there.
(Spreadsheet lovers, at last, united) ;)
Girlfriend in a combover
 
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