29 September 1992|
Fox Theatre, St.Louis, MO
You're Gonna Need Someone On Your SideAs for the previous gig, a barrier was set between the crowd and the stage and only the fans from the front rows were allowed next to it. A few of them made it up to hug their idol, especially during "Suedehead" and the encores. There was no change in the setlist.
Morrissey shook a tambourine during the first few bars of "Certain People I Know" then threw it into the audience. After the song he commented: "You know I'm really so glad there is so much security because it makes me feel really secure". In "My Insatiable One", Morrissey sang "I've got this terrible feeling" instead of the usual "I've got this horrible feeling." After "Tomorrow", he addressed the audience. At this point into the concert, he started interacting more with the fans in the front rows. He chatted with them and picked up their gifts (and sometimes sent them back flying into the crowd).
As he had done earlier in the evening with a tambourine, Morrissey started "You're The One For Me, Fatty" with maracas and threw them into the crowd when he was done with them. After "Seasick, Yet Still Docked", to someone in the audience, Morrissey replied "What? Yes what... we're English..." One of the few fans who made it on stage during the encore sang a bit of "Everyday Is Like Sunday" with Morrissey.
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