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And that fucker Brady still lives as of this shout
You might sleep, but you will never dream :(
The most touching and sad song he's ever written. So beautiful so melancholic. You can feel the hurt in this one. does make you wanna cry
Manchester, so much to answer for. 
The most touching, sad, yet beautiful song ever recorded.
Damn this song is depressing
Oh Manchester, so much to answer for.
This song makes me cry, for real though
yes, you could say we're a team
The piano outro in one version of the Tate sessions is hauntingly beautiful.
saddest song ever
8 stars out of 5
My favorite after "Asleep" and "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out".
Probably the creepiest song of all time.
Manchester, so much to answer for.
You might sleep, but you will never dream.
Painfully beautiful. 
This is no easy rhyme..
One of the most sad yet beautiful songs of Smiths.
Whatever he has done, I have done.
Unsettling yet beautiful. :(
Such a beautiful, sad song.
This is easily my favorite Smiths song
"to me it doesn't sound like he's condemning Hindley much?" - A literal approach has never been Moz' thing though. Thankfully.
You may sleep, but you will never dream.
love that jangle
The sound of the pick against the strings as he's strumming the chords really adds to the song.
This song brings about so many different emotions. So so great.
my favourite Smiths song.
Heavy! The "fresh lilaced moorland fields cannot hide the stolid stench of death" part always give me chills. Sad story. =/
whoa shit heavy lyrics
Oh, Manchester, so much to answer for.
so much to answer for
Easily the most moody sounding song by the Smiths, totally amazing to listen to when you're in a shitty mood.
to me it doesn't sound like he's condemning Hindley much?
Jesus, this track really gets to me. The most truly touching song I have ever heard. No exploitation of a grisly piece of history to be found here; just heartfelt homage to innocent victims.
Terrifying, beautiful and heart-wrenchingly sad all at once
so many shivers... brilliant.
The beautiful patience of the Johnny Marr's guitar riff is only matched by the surreal poignancy of Morrissey's lyrics.