Nevin has also said that he never meant the songs on Kill Uncle to be finished compositions. When he sent the music to Morrissey, he though Moz would send them back with some ideas for lyrics, so he could work more on them, send them back to M. and so on. Likea proper collaboration. So he was shocked that Moz just put his vocals on them and then released them. Then he wrote a whole album's worth of music for Your Arsenal, only to hear on the finished album that only two of them had ended up there and that his efforts were no longer needed. So we never really heard what proper Morrissey/Nevin collaborations would have been, had Mark learnt the right way to work with The Man.
I would have been interested to see how the Nevin/Morrissey songwriting partnership might have progressed as he's obviously a competent composer but obviously wasn't to be. The majority of the Street compositions were gold and I definitely would have like to have seen that field further ploughed.
Nevin is obviously also a very versatile chap, since when Morrissey commissioned some rockabilly-tinged songs, he delivered Pregnant For The Last Time, The Loop and You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side. Then on the other hand his career really consists of one number one single and not much else well-known, so he obviously would have needed a great personality like Morrissey to really have gone down on musical history. Sadly his and Morrissey's paths converged when the latter was a bit lost.