Of course, Morrissey wrote this song about his scepticism towards the bulb in his fridge.

Pognose

My roommate and I have this joke that “2AM is the time for The Smiths”. This is one of the songs we always play at the bar around that time.

PastelGreen

Johnny Marr knew after they finished writing it that it’d be their biggest hit

treehouse4life

One of the greatest British bands of all time. God, I fucking love this song.

gjs78

Is it wrong of me to say this is my favorite song by The Smiths? It may well be in my top twenty favorite songs, if such a list existed.

dagobahh

Too bad about Morrissey being such an ignorant ass these days eh? Good song regardless

friendsdontlast

My third favourite song of all time. If you’re curious, my list goes: Life on Mars – David Bowie This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) – Talking Heads There is a Light That Never Goes Out – The Smiths Disorder – Joy Division Sister Midnight – Iggy Pop Age of Consent – New Order Visions of Johanna – Bob Dylan Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes – Paul Simon Tender – Blur Teen Age Riot – Sonic Youth

ConsultingTimeLord_

Awesome, awesome song. I’ve never been sure if it’s about a marriage proposal or a murder/suicide pact.

discordrhyme

In my top 10 songs of all time and my favourite smiths song. It is incredibly beautiful the more you think about it

Kingkunta87

Summer [Tom is listening to headphones in an elevator with Summer. She notices the music]: ‘I love the Smiths.’ Tom: ‘Sorry? Summer: ‘I said I love the Smiths.’ [They stare at each other for a moment] ‘You… You have good taste in music.’ Tom [Repeating after her]: ‘You… like the Smiths?’ Summer [Singing]: ‘To die by your side, such a heavenly way to die.’ Summer [Speaking]: ‘I love em.’ [Elevator stops, Summer leaves while Tom remains dumbfounded] Tom: ‘Holy shit.’

JustinitsuJ

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