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Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Such meeting reveal that which we all darkly suspect about those whose art we have loved: that they are unlikely to be whatever it is we imagine them to be. — Morrissey

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I'm a traditionalist. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Miss Redmond is aging, and will never marry, and will die smelling of attics. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

I would never again assume that any figure of authority automatically held any intellectual distinction. I am unafraid. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Morrissey

All my good friends are actors, really. It's different when you have a family, but they're still the people I meet most often. My best friend is Ian Hart, but then I've known him since I was five. — David Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Morrissey

Liverpool has always made me brave, choice-wise. It was never a city that criticised anyone for taking a chance. — David Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

I wear black on the outside, because black is how I feel on the inside. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Nothing fortified me, and simple loneliness all but destroyed me, yet I felt swamped by the belief that life must mean something- otherwise why was it there? Why was anything anything? — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

I wish that Prince Charles had been shot. I think it would have made the world a more interesting place. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

In mid-70s Manchester there must be obsessive love of vagina, otherwise your life dooms itself forever. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Why don't you find out for yourself?
Then you'll see the glass, hidden in the grass. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

Eating meat is the most disgusting thing I can think of. It's like biting into your grandmother. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Mary Morrissey

If you're facing what looks like a large problem, receive it as a compliment from the Universe. What a great soul you must be! — Mary Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Nancy Sinatra

Morrissey wrote a really gorgeous song for me. I'm crazy for that man. And he thinks I'm hip! — Nancy Sinatra

Best Morrissey Quotes By Maeve Binchy

That Dr. Morrissey had always said that we found excuses to put off doing something that would take our minds off our worries. It was as if we didn't want to lose the luxury of worrying. — Maeve Binchy

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Morrissey

I always have to go out to work even if it's just a desk somewhere or an office or the British Library. — David Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

I was never young. This idea of fun: cars, girls, saturday night, bottle of wine ... to me, these things are morbid. I was always attracted to people with the same problems as me. It doesn't help when most of them are dead. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

I am human and I need to be loved, just like everybody else does. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

the search for a listener is fruitless. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Her singing voice is the sound of a body falling downstairs, and she speaks as if the hangman's hands are at her throat. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

The US goverment proudly boasted Zero Tolerance and implemented the scheme with zero intelligence — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

There's a club, if you'd like to go You could meet somebody who really loves you.' So you go, and you stand on your own And you leave on your own And you go home, and you cry And you want to die. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

It's the refuge for the mentally deficient. It's made by dull people for dull people. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

The solo years have been more meaningful to the audiences than the Smiths years, but the press in England only write about me in relation to the Smiths era. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

I can see through the human heart, and I know that life's biggest prize is to have the day before you as yours alone to do with as you wish. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

I'm not very good at being dull. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Morrissey

My house is very clean apart from a very small part of it that looks as if we've been burgled, which is my office. — David Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Plainly I was not interested, being chosen but not chooser. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

Bob Geldof is a nauseating character. Band Aid was the most self-righteous platform ever in the history of popular music. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

People don't like me. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

He lives alone, unexcited, disinterested, world-weary and ungiving, yet it is this dry-as-dust approach that makes him fascinating. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

We hate it when our friends become successful. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Mark Simpson

The artistic disposition is little more than an extreme form of sulking. — Mark Simpson

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

And if you ever need self-validation,
Just meet me in the alley by the railway station — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

One day I decided to try to have a complete day without tea. I was quite shaken. I was quite disturbed. — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

I don't even know if I exist offstage. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

You can't go wrong in choosing anything, and I love people who dodge all the gender-imperative rubbish that society torments us all with. I love the fact that he didn't think heterosexuality resolved anything at all, meaning, I assume, that he didn't think it was enough just to be heterosexual. You read him and you are immediately convinced that the rest of the world is suffering a mass mental illness. I love writers like that. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Steven Morrissey

Finally, I can get on with someone — Steven Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

I have found the best way to avoid ending your life as a bitter wreck is to start out as one. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Morrissey

In all honesty, we all want our fantasy selves to be the best people. We all think in a time of crisis, we will react heroically and with humanity. — David Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Bowie

I rate Morrissey (Steven Patrick Morrissey) as one of the best lyricists in Britain. For me, he's up there with Bryan Ferry. — David Bowie

Best Morrissey Quotes By David Morrissey

We have one life and we should cherish it and make it the best we can. — David Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Narcissistic humans do their quite pathetic best to kill nature off, oblivious to their self-reliance on its upkeep, yet nature will only take so much bureaucratic bullying before it snaps a deadly snap- for it does not need your approval, your organized banditry, your prepubescent social laws. your trades of cheapening commerce, your militant preachment, your apologies or blind belief of superiority ... as if a presidential seat gives you intolerable presumption of dominance over this earth's terrain! Watch, wait, and listen, and soon you'll be bitten. — Morrissey

Best Morrissey Quotes By Morrissey

Nature always waits in the wings and the winds, ready to pounce with all of its power just at that sloppily contented hour when you foolishly assume it to be plainly tired out. Narcissistic humans do their quite pathetic best to kill nature off, oblivious to their self-reliance on its upkeep, yet nature will only take so much bureaucratic bullying before it snaps a deadly snap - for it does not need your approval, your organised banditry, your prepubescent social laws, your trades of cheapening commerce, your militant preachment, your apologies or blind belief of superiority ... as if a presidential seat gives you an intolerable presumption of dominance over this earth's terrain! — Morrissey