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Do Your Best And Dont Worry - Morrissey - Southpaw Grammar (CD, Album)

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  1. Southpaw Grammar is the fifth studio album by English alternative rock singer Morrissey, released on 28 August by record labels RCA in the UK and Reprise in the US.. The album charted at number 4 in the UK and number 66 in the US, but received a mixed response from critics. The singles lifted from the album were "Dagenham Dave" (which reached number 26 .
  2. This is the Southpaw Grammar CD from , on Reprise Records, made in USA. (9 ). Do Your Best and Don't Worry. Booklet: a minor bend or 2, and top left corner has small bend. The Teachers Are Afraid of the Pupils.
  3. The music on 'Southpaw Grammar' was always compelling, from the hard-rock anthemics of 'Boy Racer', to the cascading riffs of 'Best Friend On The Payroll', to the turbo-charged discordant outro of 'Do Your Best And Don't Worry' and all the way through to the bitter-sweet acoustic vistas of the closing 'Southpaw'. Far from being a weak Morrissey.
  4. Southpaw Grammar é o quinto álbum de estúdio da carreira a solo do cantor Britânico erurarmisitarnanagedodela.coinfo lançado em Agosto de tendo atingido a 66ª e 4ª posições nos tops dos EUA e Reino Unido respectivamente. Teve como singles "Dagenham Dave" (que atingiu a 26ª posição no Top do R.U.) e "Boy Racer" (atingiu a 36ª posição no top do R.U.). É curiosamente o único .
  5. I've bought this CD 3 times. It's my "happy" Morrissey go-to CD. Desert-Island disk league. The extra tracks on this edition are just gravy to me. Stand-out tracks: Best Friend on the Payroll, Do Your Best and Don't Worry and Southpaw/5(67).
  6. Do Your Best and Don’t Worry: 3: The Teachers Are Afraid Of Their Pupils: 4: Best Friend On The Payroll: 5: Dagenham Dave: 6: Southpaw: 7: The Operation: 8: Teachers Are Afraid Of The Pupils: 9: Boy Racer: Operation: Honey, You Know Where To Find Me: Fantastic Bird: You Should Have Been Nice To Me: Nobody Loves Us:
  7. Just do your best and don't Don't worry, oh The way you hang yourself is oh, so unfair See the best of how they look Against the worst of how you are And again, you won't win With your standards so high And your spirits so low At least remember This is you on a drab day, you in a drab dress Just do your best and don't Don't worry, oh.

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