LSflip

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Member Since: 11/1/2001
Total Mixes: 39
Total Feedback: 52
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Playlist | Alternative - Indie Rock
Playlist | Alternative - Indie Rock
Playlist | Alternative - Indie Rock
Playlist | Alternative - Indie Rock
Playlist | Pop

The Biography Of Half A Person

Artist Song Buy
Morrissey  Reader Meet Author  buy on itunes
Morrissey  That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Girl Least Likely To  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Get Off the Stage  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Girlfriend In a Coma  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Asleep  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Unloveable  buy on itunes
Morrissey  I Am Hated for Loving  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Miserable Lie  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Bigmouth Strikes Again  buy on itunes
Morrissey  I Want the One I Can't Have  buy on itunes
Morrissey  I Want a Boy for My Birthday  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Meat Is Murder  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Alma Matters  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Trouble Loves Me  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Will Never Marry  buy on itunes
Morrissey  There's a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Satan Rejected My Soul  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Oh Well, I'll Never Learn  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Half a Person  buy on itunes
Morrissey  Now My Heart Is Full  buy on itunes

Comment:

This is my autobiography told only through Morrissey and Smiths songs. It is divided vaguely into chapters: Songs 1-4 discuss my career and artistic capabilities. Songs 5-10 deal with my interpersonal and conversational skills. Songs 11-13 are about my ambitions and desires. Songs 14 and 15 outline part of my belief system. And songs 16-22 sum up basic aspects of my personality and personhood, or lack thereof.


It is very easy to define yourself via Morrissey lyrics when you don't have much faith in your own goodness.

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[fragile]
Date: 9/11/2003
wow. this is. wow.
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J.M.
Date: 9/12/2003
Exceptional. The Mozzer always delivers as a personal musical analogue. Cheers.

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