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Shakespeare's Sister
by The Smiths

Young bones groan, and the rocks below say
"Throw your skinny body down, son"

But I'm going to meet the one I love
So please don't stand in my way
Because I'm going to meet the one I love
No, mama, let me go

Young bones groan and the rocks below say
"Throw your white body down"

But I'm going to meet the one I love
At last, at last, at last!
I'm going to meet the one I love
La-de-da, la-de-da
No, mama, let me go
No, no, no, no, no, no

I thought that if you had an acoustic guitar
Then it meant that you were
A protest singer
Oh, I can smile about it now
But at the time it was terrible
No, mama, let me go
No, no, no, no, no, no

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: STEVEN MORRISSEY, JOHNNY MARR

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Mildreth Lozano

The only sad part is that when I die I won’t be able to hear them any more

Borris The Butcher

Pretty sure this is what they play in Heaven

Elena Breda

I miss the Smiths, best band ever❤🐝🇬🇧

Bugsy Siegel

It's good, but not as good as the Smiths music.

Elena Breda

@Inika Inika yes I know well the work of Moz solo. Some years ago I saw him in a gig and "Life is a pigsty" is one of my fav😊

Inika Inika

Morrissey is still around and has put out music that is just as good as sometimes better than The Smiths.

Check out the song Life Is A Pigsty. He says it's his finest work to date.

claudia

i had this song stuck in my head the whole day and now they upload it.

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Ralph Jackson

Power of the mind.

Daniel Cropp

You did it! It was you.

David Ellis

Best Band of the 80's . Lol " How Soon Is Now " A B side originally. An afterthought. 😎

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