My Sardonic Soul-Mate & Theme-Song

Ah, The Smiths and my favorite crooner, Morrissey – cutting to the hearts of everyday outcasts like a bird on the wind.

Stress with your ex-boyfriend? Girlfriend pissing you off? Parents got you down? Crushing on that guy who gave you a lift when your bicycle tire popped on that hill?  Surely Morrissey’s got a song for it; and maybe even for that C-word at work who is PISSING YOU OFF TO NO END!  Always preciously dreary and wry…

I played this one DAILY, before writing a recent post.  I will probably continue to play it every day until someone finally asks me why.

That should be interesting! I promise to keep you posted…


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Just your normal, everyday 9-5er. An uninspiring position in an inspirational non-profit moves me to constant goof-offery; aimless, on-the-job procrastination; a crankiness that borders on psychosis; and attempting to craft something meaningful with words. Just another so-called-job inspiring someone to feats of insanity with a hint of creativity... (Insert demonic laugh HERE.) View all posts by LVital7019

5 responses to “My Sardonic Soul-Mate & Theme-Song

  • El Guapo

    Just hum one note over and over. When annoying coworker asks what you’re humming, tell her the song title.
    When she says “but you’re only humming one note”, tell her you’re just humming the Miserable part.
    Then smack her in the face with an audio cd.

    Hang in there! Hope the music helps get you through.


    • LVital7019

      Hahahaha! Yesss, it definitely does but there are little snippets of melodic appropriateness throughout. I’m kind of a multi-note person… 😉


      • LVital7019

        Maybe I should start arriving every Monday with gladiolas hanging out of my back pocket singing that line about kicking people in the eye. I swear, only Morrissey could make me wanna sing that line… …well, him and JJB…


  • Tony Single

    Morrissey’s awesome in that. Awesome song. Got a kind of surf rock vibe to it, don’t it? (Did anybody ever ask why?)

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