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But nonetheless, the whole thing bothers me, just like it bothers Marr and Morrissey. In fact, denouncing Cameron is the only thing the two have agreed on since splitting in The Smiths were a political voice for a profoundly polarized decade in Britain—and as time has elapsed, this aspect has diminished. If Cameron can chortle about the bloody end of establishment figures, then let there be no doubt that cultural amnesia has reduced the Smiths to little more than clever misanthropes.
The Smiths never explicitly stated support for a particular party, but their involvement in benefit concerts and activism between and naturally aligns towards the political left.Margaret on the Guillotine. by Morrissey. Album: Viva Hate. Get the Sheet Music License This Song lyrics. artistfacts. Songfacts®: This song controversially describes the death of Margaret Thatcher as a "wonderful dream." Morrissey recalled in his autobiography that the lyrics so concerned the authorities that Special Branch brought the.