Ever since reading this I have been wrestling with an interpretation of the title of the piece. The optins I have come up with are that a) the 'Bleak Moor' is telling lies to the people who venture into its bleak landscape, although for what reason I do not know. Maybe because it will not reveal its truth due to a perverse desire to keep its secrets to itself. b) The 'Bleak Moor' simply lies there as in geographically lying in a specific location. It is immovable and monolithic. or c) Morrissey is telling us lies about his experiences on the 'Bleak Moor'. If anyone has any opinions on this matter please feel free to comment as I am interested in getting a debate started regarding a literary interpretation of this short piece. Personally I believe that option a is the most attractive to me as an interpretation.