We can go for a walk where it's quiet and dry
And talk about precious things
Like love and law and poverty
Oh, these are the things that kill me....
--Morrissey, The Queen Is Dead
We of Wit are delighted to see that Morrissey is working to right the Oedipal flow, which has lately been so cannily reversed by crazy old people who use America's military might and the pig-trough misappropriation of Homeland Security funds to soothe the envious tantrums of their Post Traumatic Stress Disorder addled-offspring.
Fuck these old ladies and sawed off psycopathic patriarchs and their revanchist crypto-royalist spawn. The Queen is Dead, boys, and it's not so lonely on a limb...
"Morrissey charmed a massive crowd at the sold-out Hollywood Bowl last night (June 8), running through several hits spanning his three-decade long career.
Playing for an 18,000-strong audience, Morrissey began his set with the classic Smith's tune, 'The Queen Is Dead', which garnered huge cheers from the crowd.
He occasionally got political, changing the chorus of 'I Will See You In Far Off Places' to 'If George W Bush doesn't kill you, I will see you in far off places'...."