Category: Morrissey

Morrissey

“I Thought You Were Dead” by Morrissey

On this track, Morrissey is strangely disappointed to discover that someone he “thought was dead” is actually still alive. In other words, while under the disposition this individual was deceased, he found a sense of...

"You Have Killed Me" by Morrissey

Facts about “You Have Killed Me” by Morrissey

You Have Killed Me is a song by Morrissey from his eight studio album titled Ringleader of the Tormentors. Many fans of Morrissey strongly believe that the song has a main theme that talks...

Meaning of Songs

Meaning of “Sing Your Life” by Morrissey

Sing Your Life is a song performed by British singer and songwriter Morrissey. Lyrically, the song encourages the listener to literally sing about their life – about the things they like in life and...

"Our Frank" by Morrissey

Meaning of “Our Frank” by Morrissey

The song Our Frank is from Morrissey’s 1991 second solo studio album titled Kill Uncle. Contrary to a number of stories out there, Our Frank isn’t a song about a person named Frank, and...

“Margaret on the Guillotine” by Morrissey

Meaning of “Margaret on the Guillotine” by Morrissey

The song Margaret on the Guillotine appears on Morrissey’s debut solo album titled Viva Hate. The song, which is one of Morrissey’s most controversial songs, as the title implies talks about the death of...

“Suedehead” by Morrissey

Meaning of “Suedehead” by Morrissey

Suedehead is a song from British singer Morrissey’s debut solo album titled Viva Hate. Lyrically, Suedehead sees the narrator (Morrissey) talk about someone with whom he once had a romantic relationship. From the lyrics,...

“Late Night, Maudlin Street” by Morrissey

Meaning of “Late Night, Maudlin Street” by Morrissey

Late Night, Maudlin Street is the sixth track from singer Morrissey‘s 1988 debut solo album entitled Viva Hate. The song, which is extremely self-pitying and to a certain degree humorous, talks about a number...