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Subject: Re: Morrissey


Author:
tom
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 20 2006, 19:04:52 GMT
In reply to: Anthony 's message, "Morrissey" on Sat, Mar 18 2006, 13:07:26 GMT

>I made a discovery when I opened ASTB this morning at
>a random page (which I am want to do - amongst my
>friends we simply refer to 'the book', such is its
>importance). Anyway, here goes:
>
>Morrissey - Come Back to Camden (2004)
>
>"Your leg came to rest against mine, Then you lounged
>with knees up and apart
>And me and my heart, we knew, We just knew, For
>evermore"
>
>Jamie O'Neill, At Swim, Two Boys
>
>p316: The notion hadn't formed before Doyler's leg
>came to rest
>against his own.
>p311: He lay back, chewing on grass. The way he
>lounged he had his
>knees up and wide apart.

that's interesting! Me and a freind were trying to work out if Morrissey was gay. It seems crashingly obvious to me but the media think it's 'ambiguous' I think...

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adam
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Date Posted: Tue, Mar 28 2006, 8:47:57 GMT

Yes, but the media used to think Liberace was straight!!!

You only have to look at The Smiths' lyrics - Each one of them can be dismissed as 'ambiguous' by itself, but the total body of work leaves no doubt. For those who know, the lyrics of There Is A Light That Never Goes Out, These Things Take Time, This Charming Man, How Soon Is Now (especially the middle 8)are totally unambiguous. Every gay man/boy will know what these songs are about.

Some people conjectured that The Smiths broke up because Morrissey and Marr could no longer sustain their relationship.

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