Morrison to Morrissey. One of The Smiths superlative moments, a signature tune, and an alternative national anthem and manifesto.
'Provided The Smiths (the debut album) with some of its most memorable soundbites. Its disparate verses cover a superfluity of Morrissey's fundamental lyrical ideals; droll ennui, comical hypochondria, the anti-work ethic, thorny patriotism and the lamentation over lost loves and times past.'
It's all here. Morrissey, never wrote a better, more explicit lyric. You could write a chapter on the particular emotional state it describes and what it's getting at. If you love this, you'll love The Smiths. If you don't, you surely won't!