Well Morrissey, I love you, but I’ve been waiting a long time to shut you up.  Today is that day.


America your head’s too big, Because America, Your belly is too big. And I love you, I just wish you’d stay where you belong

In America, The land of the free, they said, And of opportunity, In a just and a truthful way.
But where the president, is never black, female or gay, and until that day,
you’ve got nothing to say to me, to help me believe

In America, it brought you the hamburger. Well America you know where, you can
shove your hamburger. And don’t you wonder, why in Estonia they say, Hey you, you big fat pig, you fat pig, you fat pig

Steely blue eyes with no love in them, scan the World,
And a humourless smile, with no warmth within, greets the world.
And I, I have got nothing, to offer you
No-no-no-no-no, just this heart deep and true, which you say you don’t need

See with your eyes, touch with your hands, please, hear through your ears, know in your soul, please. For haven’t you me with you now? and I love you, I love you, I love you. And I love you, I love you, I love you.