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The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores

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MORRISSEY song
Name The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
Album/single You Are The Quarry
Length 3:51
Writer/composer Morrissey/Boorer
Producer Jerry Finn
Release May 2004
Recorded Autumn 2003


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Lyrics

You must be wondering how The boy next door turned out Have a care, but don't stare Because he's still there lamenting: "Policewomen, policemen, silly women, Taxmen - uniformed whores They who wish to hurt you Work within the law This world is full So full of crashing bores And I must be one 'Cause no one ever turns to me to say 'Take me in your arms Take me in your arms and love me' "

You must be wondering how The boy next door turned out Have a care, and say a prayer Because he's still there lamenting: "Policewomen, policemen, silly women, Taxmen - uniformed whores Educated criminals Work within the law This world is full So full of crashing bores And I must be one 'Cause no one ever turns to me to say 'Take me in your arms Take me in your arms and love me And love me' "

What really lies beyond the constraints of my mind? Could it be the sea with Fate mooning back at me? No, it's just more lock-jawed pop stars Thicker than pig-shit - nothing to convey So scared to show intelligence It might smear their lovely career

This world, I am afraid Is designed for crashing bores I am not one, I am not one You don't understand You don't understand And yet you can take me in your arms and love me Love me and love me Take me in your arms and love me Love me, love me Take me in your arms and love me Take me in your arms and love me Would you do, would you do, what you should do?


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