Stretch Out and Wait by The Smiths

robbfritz’s jam on 3 Nov ’12 and then once after that (See all)

“certain rare songs seem to have the ability to not just mentally but almost physically transport me into the time I first obsessively listened to them, and this is one of the worst.”

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but jontyh was first  

certain rare songs seem to have the ability to not just mentally but almost physically transport me into the time I first obsessively listened to them, and this is one of the worst.

robbfritz 8 Oct 2013

As we lie, you say : Will the world end in the night time? (I really don't know) Or will the world end in the day time? (I really don't know) And is there any point ever having children? Oh, I don't know All I do know is we're here and it's now

swagiohead 20 Jan 2014

Still fighting the Tories. "How can you consciously contemplate when there's no debate?"

Bigrob01 5 Mar 2015

Shakespeare's Sister (B-side) / 1985 #785   1

mondosalvo 23 Aug 2015

been talking a lot about all those torrid '50s-early '60s melodramas i ate up in my youth, stuff like splendor in the grass and rebel without a cause and douglas sirk and miller- and albee- and o'neill- and williams-based adaptations (and not the same era mind, but picnic at hanging rock too). so of course, this is fitting. morrissey was obviously always affected by these things too (all those references to elizabeth smart's love affair memoirs! and shelagh delaney's adolescent pregnancy plays...).   1

ifjuly 26 Mar 2015

The Eskimo blood in my veins.   1

markwtaylor1 5 May 2014