"Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself"|
These words are transcribed without permission the way they appear in the "Vauxhall & I" album. There are no variations between the printed lyrics and what Morrissey actually sings in the studio version.
The sanest days are mad1 Now and then on the first leg of the 2009 Tour Of Refusal Morrissey actually sang "nice men here". On the tour's third leg he sometimes sang "some men here, here!".
2 In early 2008 Morrissey sometimes changed this line to "they have a special interest in that thing your career" or "your so-called career". In the summer of 2008 he reverted to the song's original lyrics. On the first leg of the 2009 Tour Of Refusal he alternated between variations such as "...your lovely career", "...your funny career" or "...your strange career". On the second and third legs as well as on the first leg of the Swords Tour later that year, he reverted to the original form, with rare occasional lapses into previously heard changes. Then on the second leg of the Swords Tour he alternated between "some men here, they have a special interest in your silly career", "...funny career" or similar variations.
3 In 2008 Morrissey sometimes changed this line to "what do you do, anyway!". This would be repeated on the first two legs of the 2009 tour, but on a few occasions Morrissey would switch to "what do you do, be honest!". On the latter tour's third leg as well as on the Swords Tour later that year, he stuck to the original form.