Morrissey – Sister I'm a Poet [Everyday Is Like Sunday B Side]

29 thoughts on “Morrissey – Sister I'm a Poet [Everyday Is Like Sunday B Side]

  1. God bless Stephen Street for writing the music and for playing that great bassline. Also, Vini Reilly and Andrew Paresi, too!

  2. I first heard this when I was 11, just discovering Moz and The Smiths, and it flooded my mind. I was alive, after all, when the good music played.

  3. All over this town 
    Yes, a low wind may blow 
    And I can see through everybody's clothes 
    With no reason 
    To hide these words, I feel 
    And no reason 
    To talk about the books I read 
    But still, I do 

    That's 'cause I'm a…
    Sister I'm a…¬†
    All over this town 

    Along this way 
    Outside the prison gates 
    I love the romance of crime 
    And I wonder : 
    Does anybody feel the same way I do? 
    And is evil just something you are 
    Or something you do? 

    Sister I'm a…
    Sister I'm a…¬†
    All over this town 

    All over this town 
    They pull over 
    In their Citroen vans 
    Not to shake your hands 
    With Meths on their breaths 
    And you with youth on your side 
    All alone…lone…alone, waiting at the lights¬†
    But not this time 

    Sister I'm a…
    Sister I'm a…
    All over this town…
    All…oh¬†
    Oh 
    All over this town

  4. What a loaded and deep question! "Is evil just something you are or something you do?" love this song!

  5. this version has so much bassline. i dig it but the other version works better for the song…that one might be faster too.

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