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{{Discobox
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| Name = Glamorous Glue
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| Total Length = 4:08
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| Recorded = Spring 1992
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| Writer = Morrissey/Whyte
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| Producer = [[Mick Ronson]]
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| Mastered = [[Bill Inglot]]
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| Art = Renaud Monfourny (front)<br>Kevin Cummins (back)
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| Vinyl Etching = OUR RAYMOND, OUR DOUGLAS, OUR BUNNY
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| Publisher = [[Major Minor Records]], [[EMI Records]]
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| Format =  7" Vinyl, CD, Digital
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| Release = 18 April 2011
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| Chart = UK #69
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| Type = Single
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| Previous = Everyday Is Like Sunday (Reissue)
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| PreviousLink = Everyday Is Like Sunday (single)
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| Next = Suedehead (Mael Mix)
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| NextLink = Suedehead (single)
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}}
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[[Category:Morrissey Lyrics]]
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==Information==
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==Track list==
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===CD===
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{{tracklist
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| 01 = Glamorous Glue
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| 01link = Glamorous Glue (single)
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| 01-duration = 4:08 (Morrissey/[[Alain Whyte|Whyte]])
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| 02 = Treat Me Like A Human Being
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| 02link = Treat Me Like A Human Being
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| 02-duration = 2:27 (Morrissey/[[Stephen Street|Street]])
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| 03 = Glamorous Glue (Music Video)
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| 03link = 0
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}}
  
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===7" Vinyl===
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{{tracklist
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| 01 = Glamorous Glue
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| 01link = Glamorous Glue (single)
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| 01-duration = 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
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| 02 = Safe, Warm Lancashire Home
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| 02link = Safe, Warm Lancashire Home
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| 02-duration = 1:54 (Morrissey/Street)
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}}
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===7" Vinyl Picture Disc===
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{{tracklist
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| 01 = Glamorous Glue
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| 01link = Glamorous Glue (single)
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| 01-duration = 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
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| 02 = Treat Me Like A Human Being
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| 02link = Treat Me Like A Human Being
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| 02-duration = 2:27 (Morrissey/Street)
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}}
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===Digital Download===
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{{tracklist
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| 01 = Glamorous Glue
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| 01link = Glamorous Glue (single)
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| 01-duration = 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
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| 02 = Glamorous Glue
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| 02link = Glamorous Glue (single)
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| 02-duration =[Live - 14 November 1992, [[Saturday Night Live]]] - 4:17 (Morrissey/Whyte)
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}}
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===7" Vinyl Promo===
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A Promo "Stateside" 7" features "Glamourous Glue" on the A-side and "The World's Loneliest Man" by [[Vince Eager]] on the B-side. See [https://www.morrissey-solo.com/threads/glamorous-glue-promo-7-on-ebay.114067/ "Glamorous Glue" promo 7" on eBay] - Morrissey-solo (Apr. 7, 2011) and [https://www.discogs.com/Morrissey-Vince-Eager-Glamorous-Glue-The-Worlds-Loneliest-Man/release/5626709 Discogs release info].
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== Lyrics ==
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{{lyrics
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|
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First day with the jar you find
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Everyone lies
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First day with the jar you find
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Everyone lies, nobody minds
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Everyone lies
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Where is the man you respect?
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And where is the woman you love?
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Where's the woman you love?
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Third week with the jar you find
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Everything dies
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We won't vote Conservative
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Because we never have
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Everyone lies, everyone lies
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Where is the man you respect?
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And where is the woman you love?
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Where's the woman you love?
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Everything of worth on Earth
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Is there to share
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I used to dream and I used to vow
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I wouldn't dream of it now
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We look to Los Angeles
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For the language we use
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London is dead, London is dead
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London is dead, London is dead
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London is dead, London is dead
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I'm too much in love
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I'm too much in love
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I know I'll go empty hand from the land
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}}
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==Personnel==
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* [[Morrissey]] - Vocals <br>
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* [[Alain Whyte]] - [[Guitarists|Guitars]], backing vocals<br>
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* [[Boz Boorer]] - Guitars<br>
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* [[Gary Day]] - [[Bassists|Bass guitar]]<br>
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* [[Spencer Cobrin]] - [[Drummers|Drums]]<br>
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* [[Producers|Producer]] - [[Mick Ronson]]<br>
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* Engineer - Peter Jones
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* Photography - Kevin Cummins<br>
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== Sleeve Artwork ==
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<gallery  perrow="6">
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File:Glamorousglue.jpg | Cover art. (2010)
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</gallery>
  
 
==Music Video==
 
==Music Video==
[[Video:Glamorous Glue|500px]]
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<youtube>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80sbKxPXzKw</youtube>
 
===Credits===
 
===Credits===
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* Directed by George Tiffin
  
==Live History==
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Latest revision as of 16:06, 26 August 2021

Cover art
MORRISSEY Single
Name Glamorous Glue
Release 18 April 2011
Length 4:08
Recorded Spring 1992
Writer/composer Morrissey/Whyte
Producer Mick Ronson
Art work Renaud Monfourny (front)
Kevin Cummins (back)
Vinyl Etching OUR RAYMOND, OUR DOUGLAS, OUR BUNNY
Publisher Major Minor Records, EMI Records
Format(s) 7" Vinyl, CD, Digital
Chart position UK #69
Single chronology
Everyday Is Like Sunday (Reissue)
Glamorous Glue
Suedehead (Mael Mix)

Information

Track list

CD

  1. Glamorous Glue – 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
  2. Treat Me Like A Human Being – 2:27 (Morrissey/Street)
  3. Glamorous Glue (Music Video)

7" Vinyl

  1. Glamorous Glue – 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
  2. Safe, Warm Lancashire Home – 1:54 (Morrissey/Street)

7" Vinyl Picture Disc

  1. Glamorous Glue – 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
  2. Treat Me Like A Human Being – 2:27 (Morrissey/Street)

Digital Download

  1. Glamorous Glue – 4:08 (Morrissey/Whyte)
  2. Glamorous Glue – [Live - 14 November 1992, Saturday Night Live] - 4:17 (Morrissey/Whyte)

7" Vinyl Promo

A Promo "Stateside" 7" features "Glamourous Glue" on the A-side and "The World's Loneliest Man" by Vince Eager on the B-side. See "Glamorous Glue" promo 7" on eBay - Morrissey-solo (Apr. 7, 2011) and Discogs release info.

Lyrics

First day with the jar you find Everyone lies First day with the jar you find Everyone lies, nobody minds Everyone lies

Where is the man you respect? And where is the woman you love? Where's the woman you love?

Third week with the jar you find Everything dies We won't vote Conservative Because we never have Everyone lies, everyone lies

Where is the man you respect? And where is the woman you love? Where's the woman you love?

Everything of worth on Earth Is there to share

I used to dream and I used to vow I wouldn't dream of it now We look to Los Angeles For the language we use

London is dead, London is dead London is dead, London is dead London is dead, London is dead I'm too much in love I'm too much in love

I know I'll go empty hand from the land

Personnel

Sleeve Artwork

Music Video

Credits

  • Directed by George Tiffin

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 65

Morrissey live history:

... further results


Appears On



Discogs Information

Credits

  • Design - Darren Evans (2)
  • Lacquer Cut By - Heino Leja
  • Mastered By - Bill Inglot
  • Photography By [Back Cover] - Kevin Cummins
  • Photography By [Cover] - Renaud Monfourny
  • Written-By - Alain Whyte
  • Written-By - Morrissey
  • Written-By - Stephen Street

Notes

℗ & © 2011 Made in the EU Includes flyer to promote [m331689].

Images

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Discogs information (additional release)

Notes

℗ 2011, © 2011 Made in the EU

Images

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Discogs information (additional release)

Notes

Images

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Wikipedia Information

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"Glamorous Glue" is a song released by English singer Morrissey in 1992 on the album Your Arsenal. The song has been used in promotions for the Fox television series Lie to Me, and reached number 13 on Billboard magazine's Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart.


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