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Thursday, 19 April 2018

Thursday April 19 2018 (The real and proper Day 2409) - Found, found, found

The word 'Morrissey' spent all day Tuesday trending on Twitter, but not because of a previously unheard song that has emerged but because, of course, the interview that was published on Monday.

Morrissey must laugh his arse off as he reads the comments of all the snowflakes he has managed to 'outrage'. The predictability of it all is so.... predictable. Morrissey's response to all the faux outrage  was to simply post a picture of his cat on the Morrissey Central website.






The fall-out from Monday's interview has seen more so called Morrissey fans denounce him on Twitter, although actually it is just the same people who denounced him before - why do they hang around? Their view says nothing to me about my life, now move away. Billy Bragg is one such bore who keeps taking to Twitter to denounce Moz. We get it, Billy, now just fuck off.
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BILLY THE SNOWFLAKE

I also thought that Charlatans singer, Tim Burgess, had also been sucked in by the propaganda of the loony left when he tweeted, "Maybe Morrissey was just bitten by a radioactive racist and it's not his fault", but thankfully he later clarified his position by tweeting, "People seem to have lost the ability to see a tongue in cheek comment for what it is. I was commenting on the comments on his comments." Burgess obviously has far more intelligence than Bragg and that other bore from a previous time, Martin Tossiter.

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Morrissey's words also saw YET ANOTHER Guardian journalist denounce him. This latest journo is a guy called Owen Gibson, who tweeted, "Morrissey saved my life with his music, but you have got to be fucking joking if that means I am going to sit around and not say anything about his outrageous statements laced with the language of the far-right." These words are straight out of The Guardian manual. The least old Gibbo could have done was use his own words, although in truth, he's probably never actually listened to any Morrissey songs, and it's just that there was no one left at Guardian HQ who hasn't denounced Mozzer, so was handed the script and instructed to get a tweet out there. Who next time, the cleaner?
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OWEN GIBSON - YET ANOTHER GUARDIAN DENOUNCER

Another so called Morrissey fan, Dave Haslam (@Mr_Dave-Haslam) tweeted, "A friend of mine is selling his Smiths memorabilia, he's had enough of Morrissey. Any decent offers, I'll pass on to him." Isn't it wonderful that Mr Haslam, er, I mean Mr Haslam's 'friend', is happy to profit from a person he believes to be a racist. Some people have no morals.

Anyway, enough of the nonsense, and more about that previously unheard song. On Tuesday afternoon, Morrissey's nephew, Sam, posted the following on Instagram, "Who would like to hear a new Morrissey track??". He then followed this by posting a Youtube clip on Twitter with the words, "Morrissey - Lost studio track - By The Time I get To Wherever I'm Going". The clip was also posted on Morrissey Central.


No clue was given of when the recording was made, but there is a lot of speculation on Solo that it is from the LIHS sessions. I personally think it was either part of the WPINOYB recordings, or if not, was recorded last century. One thing is for sure, the song isn't listed on Morrissey's BMI repertoire, so it really would seem to be a song that was genuinely lost. I wonder where it was found, and I wonder if there are more of these?


10 comments:

  1. Considering that Gibson's tweet was a quote from the Fat Gay Vegan piece, those certainly weren't his own words, but being a Gu*rdian journo, they may as well have been. The lost studio track has been a very welcome diversion from the tiresome moaning and groaning of the masses. I too guessed that it might be from the time of World Peace or earlier. Would love to see the appearance of more such gems and other delightful postings (such as the captivating cat) on the new website.

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  2. hhmmm!!! that dangler around the cats neck reminds me of the cat in Men In Black.. oh Moz!!!

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  3. Hi Ratty dear, what a toxic place are socials this days, no matter, people have lost any ability at use their brain, that's all because they are afraid to look racist, to look not enough supportive with strangers, Muslim and women and last, but not least people have to look left wing. Do you think that all that people who perfectly fit in all the above cliche are truly polite, respectful with everyone and happy to share their benefits with the community? Yes, as Santa Claus exist! Pretty good answer the picture with the cat, quite like a Sphinge! Have a nice evening!😘

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  4. An interview, a picture of a cat and a song. Covers all bases.

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  5. So the lost song.
    ...meet you and talk about logic and ...
    Any guesses other than 'have you on the lawn'?

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  6. I laughed so hard when I heard “have you on the lawn .” The song has such an innocence to it and I imagined in my head a 1950’s party dance tune where they shake and pause shake and pause ...
    Anyways don’t mind that horrible description. I believe it was recorded before WPINOYB. His voice doesn’t sound as strong as the past two albums . Nurse here I believe that the scrapings improved his voice strength almost like getting a “voice lift.” Again just my words . No time left to have you on the lawn ....

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  7. I can only go on my personal experience - I have witnessed people with the Britain First banner expressing vile racist slurs,this has been on numerous occasions. I will need a hell of a lot of convincing to challenge my image of BF.
    Yet I do not believe Morrissey to be racist & struggle to understand his recent post.
    I feel upset & confused to say the least. I doubt Moz or anyone else is particularly bothered about my thoughts. But I felt the need to say my bit, even if its not going to be very popular.

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    1. The party Moz mentioned is 'For Britain', not Britain First who are basically the National Front.

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    2. That's my dyslexia for you I got my B's +F's confused & have made quite an error for which I apologise.It's not the first time my dyslexia has led me up the wrong path & made me look a fool.
      Just had a quick look at For Britain, I need to research further but my initial opinion is mixed.
      Thank you for pointing out my mistake. Apologies again.

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  8. Good for Morrissey. What's wrong with reducing immigration in a small country like England? If you're going to uproot yourself and move to another country with a different culture then you should adapt not the other way around. Seems like the polite thing to do. That's my American 2 cents.

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