18
Feb
08

Music Monday #3 – Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others

This Music Monday I would like to present to you a song by The Smiths called Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others. Let me quote Wikipedia:

“The Smiths were an English rock band active from 1982 to 1987. The group was based on the songwriting partnership of Morrissey and Johnny Marr and were signed to the independent record label Rough Trade Records. Considered by some critics to be the most important alternative rock band to emerge from the British indie scene of the 1980s, the Smiths have had a major influence on subsequent alternative music, including bands such as Radiohead, The Killers, Bloc Party, The Stone Roses, Blur, Suede, Oasis, The Libertines, Brand New, The Verve, Belle and Sebastian and Doves. At the time, the group was notable in particular for two things: Morrissey’s unusual, witty, ambiguous and sometimes controversial lyrics; and Marr’s complex, dense music, which helped return guitar-based music to popularity after it had fallen somewhat out of favour in the UK charts.”

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Lyrics:
The Smiths – Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
From the ice-age to the dole-age, there is but one concern
I have just discovered:

Some girls are bigger than others
Some girls are bigger than others
Some girls’ mothers are bigger than other girls’ mothers (x2)

As Antony said to Cleopatra as he opened the crate of ale
Oh, I say:

Some girls are biger than others
Some girls are bigger than others
Some girls’ mothers are bigger than other girls’ mothers (x2)

It’s under your pillow, the one that you dream of
It’s under your pillow, the one that you dream of

And I said you’re mine

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