Just downloaded a PDF as well. Searched it. Quick and easy solution. Not in there, in either "tooth" or "bludgeon" form. Would have been surprised if it was, really. Morrissey never struck me as the type to read shitey novels by slimy Tory MPs, especially in the 80s. Rest easy.
"And when you're dancing
And laughing and finally living
Hear my voice in your head
And think of me kindly..."
"An end-of-the-ride sigh
Your soft smile says:
"please understand, I must surrender."
Then you grip with your hand
Now so small in mine
Are you aware wherever you are...
Seen Morrissey mention the Beat Poets (Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac) and Neal Cassady (the protagonist from On The Road) in a couple of songs. Anybody any idea about his thoughts on that literary movement? He ever talked about them in any interview?
Moz Cartoon Appearance.
I suppose this one can go under 'Strange/unexpected Moz appearances,' or whatever the f*** that thread is called I couldn't find. Transfer it if you want.
Dunno why Moz is in this in cartoon form, singing along like Live Aid, really. Maybe jealousy. Jim Bob's lyrics...
It's only the man's obsession with vinyl and physical media that stops him releasing the album himself. Maybe it's age, maybe it's vanity, I dunno. He could release the album tomorrow online by himself and the amount of fans he still has would make sure it made him money, without a record label...
Like there is such a thing as a non-obsessive Morrissey fan. Laughing here. But at least I have a sense of humour about it. Have not heard anything he did between 1991 to 2009, nor since, much, really. So sue me. :)