"Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference"
(Morrissey/Stephen Street)


This song was written and recorded at the end of the sessions that supplied the material for the singles "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys" and "Interesting Drug", in November/December 1988 at Wool Hall Studios in Bath, with producer Stephen Street. The musicians on this recording were Craig Gannon (guitar), Andy Rourke (bass), Mike Joyce (drums), Stephen Street (keyboards) and Neil Taylor (second guitar).


single version {2:51}
"Interesting Drug" single, all formats
• Indonesian version of "Viva Hate" album
"Bona Drag" album
"The HMV/Parlophone Singles '88-'95" album
"Bona Drag" - redesigned edition [remastered 2010]
"Very Best Of Morrissey" [remastered 2010]


This song has never been performed specifically for radio, television or the web.


This song has been done in concert a total of 104 times by Morrissey. It was on the setlist for each and every show on the 1992 Your Arsenal tour but it was not played on two occasions because the concert was ended prematurely. For the initial 16 performances on that tour, it segued into the cover of Suede's "My Insatiable One". Then for the remainder of the tour it segued into "I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday", except for three consecutive days in the middle of October when it was partnered with "Girl Least Likely To". The song was then given a break of 12 years before being played 50 times as a stand-alone out of 66 concert given on the 2004 You Are The Quarry tour.

live Paris 22 December 1992 {1:52}
"Beethoven Was Deaf" live album
live Manchester 22 May 2004 {3:04}
"Who Put The 'M' In Manchester?" live DVD


electric demo {2:55}
Taken from a record company cd-r of a scrapped reissue of "Bona Drag", this has not yet leaked on bootlegs.