The Smiths Lyrics Quiz

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The Smiths Lyrics Quiz - Quiz

A lyrics quiz for the songs of The Smiths.

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  • 1. 

    " No hope, no harm, just another false alarm..."

    From the December 1987 single 'Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me'.
    This was the last of the three songs to be released from the album.

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    "I'd get such a shock I'd probably lie in the middle of the street and die..."

    Nowhere Fast- from the 1985 album 'Meat is Murder', which was the only Smiths album to reach number one during their life time.

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    "Oh, I'll haunt you when you laugh. You might sleep, but you will never dream..."

    From the controversial 'Suffer Little Children', on the 1963 to 1965 'Moors Murders'.

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    "It's so easy to laugh, it's so easy to hate, it takes strength to be gentle and kind..."

    'I Know It's Over'- from 'The Queen Is Dead', which reached #2 in the UK charts in 1986.

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  • 5. 

    "Send me the pillow... the one that you dream on..."

    This is a line from the song "Some Girls are Bigger Than Others" by The Smiths. The song is known for its playful and ambiguous lyrics, often interpreted as a commentary on societal standards of beauty and the objectification of women. The line itself can be seen as a metaphorical statement, suggesting that some women are more desirable or attractive than others. It reflects the theme of the song, which explores the complexities and inequalities in relationships and the varying perceptions of beauty.

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