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Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Following the Mozziah Day 126 Wednesday 18th January 2012

All is quiet in the Twitterdilly Arms, the potential riot has subsided, the members of 'Blue Rose' continue to live their 'virtual' lives in their happy little bubble. There will of course come a time when 'Blue Rose' becomes real, when the society, started by strangers, in a make belief pub in cyber space, venture out into the real world, where they will meet up and totally bemuse the other Morrissey concert goers. 'Stillicling' & 'Heathercat222' have already met up at a concert, but their dyed blue roses fell apart in the cold of Chicago and they were not delivered. In hindsight, this is probably just as well, the society wasn't really in place properly, it still isn't, it is up to me and a few others to put it together before the next round of UK concerts, and then to make it real, to make it live. MorrisseysWorld needs to abandon the red and white rose idea, so that there is no confusion, we're going blue! How bizarre that I am here calling the shots, telling MW what to do, but it is of course fate, this is meant to be. The Mozziah expressed a desire of what he would like to see and I, and others, have developed the idea. Not all members of The Twitterdilly Arms are in agreement with 'Blue Rose', they think it is just my ego taking over, it is not, it is The Mozziah's desire, is isn't moonshine, and perhaps we need a sign from him to show he approves? For 'Blue Rose' to work, it is paramount that the song 'Trouble Loves Me' is included in the set at the UK concerts. The society members could then throw their blue roses during the song and as more and more people ask what it is all about, so the society will grow, with the focal points being MorrisseysWorld.blogsite.com & The Twitterdilly Arms and not So-Low. The biggest draw back to 'Blue Rose', is that the song 'Trouble Loves Me' hasn't been performed live by The Mozziah for nearly six years. If it were to work it's way into the set list for the forthcoming Japan concerts, that would be exciting, but also frustrating. I, and the other 'Blue Rose' members, would be sitting here watching Youtube clips, wanting to see blue roses thrown to the stage, but of course they wouldn't be. There is of course no hurry, the society will get together at some stage, and I have completely 'U' turned from initially wanting to stay anonymous, to now wanting to meet up with my fellow 'Blue Rose' members at concerts, I want to be an active part of making this happen. There will be no embarrassment, no fear of ridicule, this will be a group of passionate nutters, no, sorry, not nutters, definitely not nutters, passionate er, Morrissey Worlders, delivering our gift of thanks to The Mozziah, our blue roses. It's beautiful. I am already picturing the first concert that we meet up at, perhaps five or six of us, wearing blue roses and being part of the same 'union' despite not even knowing each other. There would be strange looks from the concert goers who know nothing about the Twitterdilly Arms and there would be scathing looks from the So-Low lot, who all dismissed MW as a hoax. They would find our actions delusional, they would mock us, laugh at us, just like they mocked and laughed at the followers of JC back in Galilee, although in fairness, the mockers back in those days probably weren't users of 'Morrissey-solo.com', I may have got that bit wrong. The Gospels shouldn't be believed chapter and verse you know, the fishes and loaves thing might not really have happened either, you should just pick out the important bits and put the other bits down as stories. Things get altered and obscured over the years, in two thousand years time for instance, it may come to pass that people believe that The Twitterdilly Arms was a real pub and that David Cameron knew what he was doing. If things get really distorted, Gordon Brown's premiership will be looked upon as the most influential time in British politics and Manchester City will be remembered as a team of the people. Anyway, 'Blue Rose is only just beginning, and in the meantime, what on earth has happened to those 'Parody Tour Journals'? MorrisseysWorld.blogspot.com hasn't been touched since Jan 3rd, not a word, not a peep, except the odd tweet here and there. If he really wants to see 'Blue Rose' bloom, it's time for him to talk to his people. In the words of the prophet of Norwich, Delia Smith, "Where are you? Where are you? Lesbie Avenue, come on." At least, I think that's what she said!

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  1. The Twitterdilly Arms:
    Playlist - 18 January 2012

    The Smiths: I Know It's Over
    Doris Day: You'll Never Walk Alone
    Everything But The Girl: Come On Home
    The Smiths: Sheila Take A Bow
    The Smiths: Half A Person
    Radiohead: Creep Acoustic Flash
    Morrissey: Suedehead (Sparks Mix)
    Morrissey: Everyday Is Like Sunday
    Morrissey: The Queen Is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: The Queen Is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Delia Smith: Where Are Ya!
    Morrissey: Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: The Queen Is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: Girlfriend In A Coma (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: The Queen Is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: The Queen Is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey - Girlfriend In A Coma (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: The Queen Is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Rita Pavone: Heart
    Nico: These Days
    Morrissey: Disappointed
    Morrissey: Trouble Loves Me
    Morrissey: Trouble Loves Me
    The Smiths: How Soon Is Now
    America: Ventura Highway
    Lulu: To Sir With Love
    Morrissey: The Queen is Dead (Live at Hollywood Bowl)
    Morrissey: Scandinavia
    The Smiths: Reel Around The Fountain (Derby, 1983)
    The Queen is Dead-Morrissey-Live at Hollywood Bowl
    Morrissey: Disappointed
    Chas & Dave: Aint No Pleasing You
    Morrissey: Suedehead (Sparks Mix)
    Morrissey: Sing Your Life & There Is A Place In Hell
    Morrissey: I Have Forgiven Jesus (Manchester, 2005)
    Sham 69: Hurry Up Harry
    Teach-In: Ding-A-Dong
    Morrissey: The National Front Disco (Hollywood Bowl)
    Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: What Now My Love (1967)
    The Smiths: How Soon Is Now
    B-Movie: Nowhere girl
    Siouxsie: Dear Prudence
    Boy George: Stranger In This World
    Boy George: Stranger In This World
    Marc Vedo & Boy George (Featuring Desi Slava): Kalino Mome
    Morrissey: Will never marry
    Morrissey: Seasick, Yet Still Docked
    The Smiths: Reel Around The Fountain (Derby 1983)
    Morrissey: Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning
    America: Ventura Highway
    Ewan MacColl: Dirty Old Town
    The Smiths: Reel Around The Fountain (Derby 1983)
    Lou Reed: Satellite Of Love
    Morrissey: Now My Heart Is Full
    Allman Brothers: Whipping Post
    Country Joe & The Fish: Flying High
    Crosby Stills Nash & Young & Joni Mitchel: Everybody Get Together

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