Happy Morrissey Lyrics -The Toast

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Screen Shot 2014-02-24 at 8.28.31 PMThis charming man
As merry as the days were long
he knows so much about these things
He’s not strange
He just wants to live his life this way

Fifteen minutes with you
I wouldn’t say no
I can surely rely on you
How much I love your casual way

The good life is out there somewhere
we can go wherever we please
Vivid and in your prime
and you skip

We can go for a walk where it’s quiet and dry
Fresh lilaced moorland fields
And I’ll love you too till the day I die
There never need be longing in your eyes

There’s a club if you’d like to go
Where there’s music and there’s people
Who are young and alive
When you’re dancing and laughing

I think I can help you get through your exams
I was looking for a job, and then I found a job

Hopes may rise on the Grasmere
Love is natural and real

And if a ten ton truck
left the North
and travelled South again
I would love to go
back to the old house

I know what will make you smile tonight
The meat in your mouth
as you savour the flavour
The last night of the fair

Would you look into those “Mother me” eyes
And ask me, ask me, ask me
Ask me, ask me, ask me
Where do you go?
Oh I say
I will feel so glad to go

Well, that’s OK
Everybody’s got to live their life
Shyness is nice
Coyness is nice
I know that you would like me
I said, “I like it here — can I stay?”

Lyrics compiled from The SmithsMeat is MurderHatful of HollowThe Queen Is Dead, and Strangeways Here We Come. Please feel free to compose your own Happy Morrissey songs in the comments, using only the lyrics provided by the Smiths catalog.

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