I like it a lot. There is a lot of subtle undertones. First off the Motown woman is fantastic and shows growth from Morrissey. I also don't remember hearing Morrissey ever have a duet with that type of genre and normally doesn't do too many duets (Moon River, Interlude, possibly a few more). Second, I'd say the most obvious question of Morrissey's career is his sexuality. I am going to make an educated guess that he is gay. Pretty sure he has never given a concrete answer so I am guessing again that this song is indeed the last piece to his sexuality puzzle and he is admitting his homosexuality through song & also letting the listener know that he knows that his type of listener already knows. So Thelma Houston blurts out, of course, they know which to me is the climax of the song. With that being said, the song has a deep winded sax blowing at the right time and some jungle drumming, as well as I believe some nice synthesizer music as well. Some of the lyrics are difficult to try to decode, however, I get the impression that Morrissey wants to leave that to the imagination of the listener or simply doesn't care. Nonetheless, I think the song is fantastic and he finally answered the question he really didn't want to answer, although we all knew the answer all along.What do you think of the new Morrissey single, 'Bobby, don't you think they know?'