How Soon Is Now? by The Smiths

“Shame to see this place go. It's been a great outlet for me over the last few years. Couldn't leave without jamming my favorite Smiths song. I'll be jamming 'til the end with all of you lovely people. After that, I'm trying the Let's Loop thing. Find me @BrightLights.”

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Shame to see this place go. It's been a great outlet for me over the last few years. Couldn't leave without jamming my favorite Smiths song. I'll be jamming 'til the end with all of you lovely people. After that, I'm trying the Let's Loop thing. Find me @BrightLights.   3

BrightLights 13 Aug 2015

My final jam and going out on an all time high. Musically this changed everything for me.   1

TomSW1 22 Sep 2015

love or hate the smiths, if you can refuse liking the guitar in this tune then i kind of pity you "shyness that is criminally vulgar"   12

stumbelina 7 Apr 2014

Absolutely totally love The Smiths they were revolutionary and dancey and lyrically all strange and creative and meaningful and relatable.. You should give this a watch, made me fall in love with every single song all over again! http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01sjlmc/The_Culture_Show_Not_Like_Any_Other_Love_The_Smiths/   8

marshamarsh 13 May 2013

My favourite.   8

ZeppelinRule 2 Mar 2013

Eternal jam status. I loved this song long before I knew the rest of The Smiths catalog. (Like when I was 6 or 7.) And loved it even more when I knew it was the same band that did "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out". Morrissey might write terrible novels. But he and Johnny Marr wrote amazing songs.

meowrey 26 Sep 2015