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Suedehead

Why do you come here?
And why..
Why do you hang around?
I'm so sorry
I'm so...
Why do you come here
When you know it makes things hard for me?
When you know.. Oh why do you come?

Why do you telephone?
And why..
Send me silly notes?
I'm so sorry
I'm so sorry
Why do you come here
When you know it makes things hard for me?
When you know.. Oh why do you come?

You had to sneak into my room
Just to read my diary
It was just to see
Just to see
All the things you knew
I'd written about you
Oh so many illustrations, oh but
I'm so very sickened, Oh
I am so sickened NOW

It was a good lay, good lay..


The title is named after a book by Richard Allen about violent teenagers. This further endorses the interpretations (a "suedehead" is the fashionable equivalent of a skinhead i.e. someone with hair who is just as violent).


Album: Viva Hate
Year of Publication: 1988
Lyrics: Morrissey
Music: Stephen Street

last update: 26.08.2004

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Suedehead

Perché vieni qui?
E perché...
perché gironzoli da queste parti?
Sono molto spiacente
Sono molto...
Perché vieni qui
quando sai che questo mi rende le cose difficili?
Quando sai che... oh perché vieni?

Perché telefoni?
E perché...
mi mandi degli stupidi biglietti?
Sono molto spiacente
Sono molto spiacente
Perché vieni qui
quando sai che questo mi rende le cose difficili?
Quando sai che... oh perché vieni?

Hai dovuto intrufolarti nella mia stanza
Solo per leggere il mio diario
L'hai fatto solo per vedere
Solo per vedere
Tutte le cose che sapevi
Avevo scritto su di te
Oh tutte quelle immagini, oh ma
Sono veramente disgustato, oh
Sono così disgustato ADESSO

è stata una buona scopata, una buona scopata..

Il titolo è tratto da un libro di Richard Allen sulla violenza fra i teenager. Questo in qualche modo avalla l'ipotesi che suedehead sia un equivalente alla moda del termine skinhead e che quindi stia ad indicare qualcuno che non abbia la testa rasata ma che sia egualmente violento.


Album: Viva Hate
Anno di pubblicazione: 1988
Testo: Morrissey
Musica: Stephen Street

ultimo agg.: 26.08.2004

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