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Revision as of 20:07, 5 June 2021

Cover art
THE SMITHS Single
Name Shakespeare's Sister
Release
Length
Recorded
Writer/composer Morrissey/Marr
Producer
Art work Patricia Phoenix
'Coronation Street' soap opera (1960-Present)
Vinyl Etching
Publisher Rough Trade Records (UK)
Sire Records (US)
Format(s) 7" Vinyl, 12" Vinyl, CD
Chart position UK #26
Single chronology
How Soon Is Now?
Shakespeare's Sister
Barbarism Begins At Home

Lyrics

Young bones groan, and the rocks below say "Throw your skinny body down, son"

But I'm going to meet the one I love So please don't stand in my way Because I'm going to meet the one I love No, mama, let me go

Young bones groan and the rocks below say "Throw your white body down"

But I'm going to meet the one I love At last, at last, at last! I'm going to meet the one I love La-de-da, la-de-da No, mama, let me go No, no, no, no, no, no

I thought that if you had an acoustic guitar Then it meant that you were A protest singer Oh, I can smile about it now But at the time it was terrible No, mama, let me go No, no, no, no, no, no

Live History

Play count (The Smiths concert): 64

The Smiths live history:

... further results


Play count (Morrissey concert): 19

Morrissey live history:

... further results


Appears On



Discogs Information

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Cello - Andy Rourke
  • Drums - Mike Joyce
  • Engineer - Stephen Street
  • Guitar, Piano, Music By - Johnny Marr
  • Lacquer Cut By - Tim Young
  • Layout - Caryn Gough
  • Other [Cover Star] - Pat Phoenix
  • Plated By - Z (2)
  • Producer - The Smiths
  • Sleeve, Voice, Words By - Morrissey

Notes

B-Side: 'From the Rough Trade LP "Meat Is Murder" (Rough 81)'

Recorded January 1985. ℗ 1985 © 1985 Made in the UK

Images

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Discogs information (additional release)

Notes

Full-size, full-colour inner sleeve features a tinted photo of cover star Pat Phoenix (from the UK television programme "Coronation Street") on one side, and pictorial Smiths discography on the other.

Recorded at Ridge Farm Surrey, January 1985.

Unlike "Shakespeare's Sister", this edition is pressed by Lyntone Recordings.

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Wikipedia Information

"Shakespeare's Sister" is a song by the English rock band the Smiths. Released in March 1985, it reached No. 26 in the UK Singles Chart. It is also featured on the compilation albums Louder Than Bombs and The World Won't Listen. The front cover to the single features former Coronation Street star Pat Phoenix, dressed up as her character Elsie Tanner.