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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Top 10 Morrissey Song Titles That Describe Your Anguish About His Canceled Show

Posted By on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 3:17 PM

click to enlarge Heaven Knows We're Miserable Now, etc.
  • Heaven Knows We're Miserable Now, etc.

Heavy sigh: Tonight's Morrissey show has been canceled, due to an eye injury sustained by Morrissey's drummer, Matt Walker. For you fans, this is terrible -- especially since Morrissey also canceled his 2009 show due to illness, then was seen out at the DNA lounge.

But wait a minute: Are you actually getting a more authentic Morrissey experience by suffering these last-minute heartbreaks? It just might be. After all, look at how accurately these 10 Morrissey song titles express your pain about tonight:

10. "How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?"

9. "Sorry Doesn't Help"

8. "I Know It's Going to Happen Someday"

7. "Little Man, What Now?"

6. "Nobody Loves Us"

5. "You Have Killed Me"

4. "I Am Hated for Loving"

3. "Disappointed"

2. "Dear God, Please Help Me"

1. "He Knows I'd Love to See Him"

Sigh, sigh, sigh.

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