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{{Discobox
 
{{Discobox
 
| Name = Dagenham Dave
 
| Name = Dagenham Dave
| Total Length =  
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| Total Length = 3:15
| Recorded =  
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| Recorded = March 1995
 
| Writer = Morrissey/Whyte
 
| Writer = Morrissey/Whyte
 
| Producer = [[Steve Lillywhite]]
 
| Producer = [[Steve Lillywhite]]
| Mastered =  
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| Mastered = Tim Young
| Art =  
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| Art = Sleeve by Whores In Retirement, Layout by Laurence Stevens, Cover star: [[Terry Venables]]
| Vinyl Etching = DREAMS...ARE JUST...DREAMS
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| Vinyl Etching = No matrix message
| Publisher =  
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| Publisher = [[RCA Victor]]
| Format =  7" Vinyl, 12" Vinyl, CD
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| Format =  7" Vinyl, CD
| Release =  
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| Release = 21 August 1995
| Chart = UK  
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| Chart = UK #26
 
| Type = Single
 
| Type = Single
| Previous =  
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| Previous = Boxers
| PreviousLink =  
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| PreviousLink = Boxers (single)
| Next =  
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| Next = The Boy Racer
| NextLink =  
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| NextLink = The Boy Racer (single)
 
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[[Category:Morrissey Lyrics]]
  
 
==Information==
 
==Information==
 
 
===Recording===
 
 
 
===Release===
 
 
  
 
==Track list==
 
==Track list==
 
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===CD===
===7" Vinyl===
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[RCA Victor – 74321299802]
 
 
 
{{tracklist
 
{{tracklist
| 01 =  
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| 01 = Dagenham Dave
| 01link =  
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| 01link = Dagenham Dave (single)
| 01-duration = 0:00 (Morrissey/)
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| 01-duration = 3:15 (Morrissey/Whyte)
| 02 =  
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| 02 = Nobody Loves Us
| 02link =  
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| 02link = Nobody Loves Us
| 02-duration = 0:00 (Morrissey/)
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| 02-duration = 4:50 (Morrissey/Whyte)
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| 03 = You Must Please Remember
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| 03link = You Must Please Remember
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| 03-duration = 3:52 (Morrissey/Whyte)
 
}}
 
}}
  
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== Lyrics ==
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<poem>
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Head in the clouds
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And a mouth full of pie
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Head in a blouse
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Everybody loves him
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I see why
  
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Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
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Oh, Dagenham Dave
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Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
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Oh, Dagenham Dave
  
== Lyrics ==
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I love Karen, I love Sharon
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On the window screen
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With never the need to fight
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Or to question
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A single thing
  
{{lyrics
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Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
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Oh, Dagenham Dave
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Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
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Oh, Dagenham Dave
  
==Personnel==
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Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
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Oh, Dagenham Dave
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Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
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Dagenham Dave
  
* [[Morrissey]] - Vocals <br>
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He'd love to touch
*  - Bass guitar, guitars<br>
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He's afraid that he might self-combust
*  - Guitars, keyboard<br>
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I could say more
*  - Drums<br>
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But you get the general idea
* Producer - <br>
 
* Assistant Engineer - <br>
 
* Art co-ordination - <br>
 
* Layout - <br>
 
* Photography - <br>
 
  
== Sleeve Artwork ==
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Dagenham Dave
<gallery  perrow="6">
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Dagenham Dave
File: | Original cover art. (1988)
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</poem>
File: | Alt cover. (2012)
 
  
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==Music Video==
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<youtube>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w32IL6xOi0s</youtube>
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===Credits===
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* Directed by James O'Brien
  
</gallery>
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{{Page
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|RelatedForumThreads=147668
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|DiscogsReleaseId=470778
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|WikipediaPageTitle=Dagenham_Dave
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}}
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{{PageDate
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|Date=1995-08-21
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Revision as of 06:15, 30 May 2022

Cover art
MORRISSEY Single
Name Dagenham Dave
Release 21 August 1995
Total Length 3:15
Recorded March 1995
Writer/composer Morrissey/Whyte
Producer Steve Lillywhite
Art work Sleeve by Whores In Retirement, Layout by Laurence Stevens, Cover star: Terry Venables
Vinyl Etching No matrix message
Publisher RCA Victor
Format(s) 7" Vinyl, CD
Chart position UK #26
Single chronology
Boxers
Dagenham Dave
The Boy Racer

Information

Track list

CD

[RCA Victor – 74321299802]

  1. Dagenham Dave – 3:15 (Morrissey/Whyte)
  2. Nobody Loves Us – 4:50 (Morrissey/Whyte)
  3. You Must Please Remember – 3:52 (Morrissey/Whyte)

Lyrics

Head in the clouds
And a mouth full of pie
Head in a blouse
Everybody loves him
I see why

Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
Oh, Dagenham Dave
Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
Oh, Dagenham Dave

I love Karen, I love Sharon
On the window screen
With never the need to fight
Or to question
A single thing

Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
Oh, Dagenham Dave
Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
Oh, Dagenham Dave

Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
Oh, Dagenham Dave
Dagenham Dave, Dagenham Dave
Dagenham Dave

He'd love to touch
He's afraid that he might self-combust
I could say more
But you get the general idea

Dagenham Dave
Dagenham Dave

Music Video

Credits

  • Directed by James O'Brien

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 24

Morrissey live history:

... further results

Appears On


Discogs Information

Credits

  • Bass - Jonny Bridgwood
  • Drums - Spencer Cobrin
  • Engineer - Danton Supple
  • Engineer [Assistant] - Tom Elmhirst
  • Guitar - Alain Whyte
  • Guitar - Boz Boorer
  • Layout - Laurence Stevens
  • Producer - Steve Lillywhite
  • Sleeve - Whores In Retirement
  • Written-By - Alain Whyte
  • Written-By - Morrissey

Notes

Recorded in England, March 1995.

℗ 1995 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by BMG Records (UK) Ltd.

© 1995 RCA Records Copyright Control/Sony Music Publishing

Made in England

Images

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Wikipedia Information

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"Dagenham Dave" is a song by Morrissey, released as a single in August 1995, a week prior to the release of Southpaw Grammar. It was Morrissey's first release on RCA, the label he had signed to after leaving EMI. This was the second Morrissey solo single not to feature the singer on the cover, instead English football coach and former player Terry Venables is pictured sticking out his tongue. Venables was born in Dagenham.The promotional video for the single featured former Grange Hill actor Mark Savage as the titular Dave.The single reached number 26 on the UK Singles Chart.It is not related to the song of the same name by The Stranglers, from their 1977 album No More Heroes. "Dagenham Dave" is also naval slang for someone who is somewhat unstable or crazy, Dagenham being close to Barking ("barking mad").

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