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Revision as of 02:49, 29 April 2021

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MORRISSEY Single
Name Wedding Bell Blues
Release 10 May 2019
Length 2:57
Recorded Fall 2018
Writer/composer Laura Nyro
Producer Joe Chiccarelli
Art work Fabian Forte still from "Ride The Wild Surf" (1964)
Vinyl Etching No matrix message
Publisher Étienne / BMG
Format(s) Digital Download, 7" Yellow Vinyl
Chart position UK Vinyl Chart #1
Single chronology
Lover-To-Be
Wedding Bell Blues
Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?

Information

Additional vocals: Billie Joe Armstrong.

Track list

Digital Download

  1. Wedding Bell Blues – 2:57 (Nyro)

7" Vinyl

UK - [Étienne ‎– 538483611]

  1. Wedding Bell Blues – 2:57 (Nyro)
  2. Brow Of My Beloved – 4:36 (Morrissey/Boorer)

Official Lyric Video

Lyrics

Bill I love you so I always will I look at you and see the passion eyes of May Oh but am I ever gonna see my wedding day? Oh I was on your side Bill when you were losin' I'd never scheme or lie Bill There's been no foolin' but kisses and love won't carry me till you marry me Bill

Bill I love you so I always will and in your voice I hear a choir of carousels Oh but am I ever gonna hear my wedding bells? I was the one came runnin' when you were lonely I haven't lived one day not loving you only but kisses and love won't carry me till you marry me Bill

Bill I love you so I always will and though devotion rules my heart I take no bows Oh but Bill you know I wanna take my wedding vows Come on Bill Come on Bill I got the wedding bell blues

Related Items

Live History

Play count (Morrissey concert): 26

Morrissey live history:

... further results



Appears On



Discogs Information

Credits

  • Bass Guitar - Mando Lopez
  • Design - Morrissey
  • Drums - Matt Walker
  • Electric Guitar - Boz Boorer
  • Electric Guitar - Jesse Tobias
  • Engineer - Bill Mims
  • Lacquer Cut By - SJ (13)
  • Layout - Simon Ryan
  • Mixed By - Ken Sluiter
  • Performer - Morrissey
  • Piano - Gustavo Manzur
  • Piano - Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
  • Producer - Joe Chiccarelli

Notes

Released by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited © 2019 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

Images

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Wikipedia Information

"Wedding Bell Blues" is a song written and recorded by Laura Nyro in 1966. The best known version was a number one hit for the 5th Dimension in 1969. The lyrics are written from the perspective of a woman whose boyfriend has not yet proposed to her, and who wonders, "am I ever gonna see my wedding day?" The song carries dual themes of adoring love and frustrated lament. The title subsequently became a popular phrase in American pop culture.