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  1. Nov 06,  · Perhaps not the most obvious choice for a single, “I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish” was the second of four singles taken from Strangeways, Here We Come.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Strangeways, Here We Come on Discogs/5(3).
  3. I started something, I forced you to a zone And you were clearly never meant to go Hair brushed and parted typical me, typical me, typical me I started something and now I'm not too sure. I grabbed you by guilded beams Uh, that's what tradition means And now eighteen months' hard labor Seems fair enough. I started something and I forced you to.
  4. I Started Something I Couldn't Finish: A3: Death Of A Disco Dancer Piano – Morrissey: A4: Strangeways, Here We Come ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Pru) WEA: UK & Europe: Sell This Version: The Smiths: Strangeways, Here We Come ‎ (CD, Album, RE) WEA: UK & Europe: Unknown: Sell This Version: L
  5. Strangeways, Here We Come is the fourth and final studio album by English rock band the niumedtileatekutamtiamigomaste.coed on 28 September (several months after their disbandment) by Rough Trade Records, it reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, staying in the chart for 17 weeks. The album also became an international success, peaking at number 16 in the European Albums Chart; from .
  6. Jun 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Smiths - I Started Something I Couldn't Finish () YouTube The Smiths - Strangeways, Here We Come () Full album - Duration: Rock Classics 1,, views.
  7. The lanes were silent There was nothing, no one, nothing around for miles I doused our friendly venture With a hard-faced Three-word gesture I started something I forced you to a zone And you were clearly Never meant to go Hair brushed and parted Typical me, typical me Typical me I started something And now I'm not too sure I grabbed you by the guilded beams Uh, that's what tradition means And.
  8. "I Started Something I Couldn't Finish" is a song by the English rock band the Smiths. Released in November , it reached No. 23 in the UK Singles Chart. It was the second of three UK singles from the band's fourth and final studio album, Strangeways, Here We Come, and was released after the band had announced their split.
  9. One of the distinct highlights of the s post-punk landscape, the Smiths as a group conjoined the power of adolescent angst with gorgeous pop melodies. The marriage of Johnny Marr’s music to Morrissey’s lyrics came together for one last push with this, the Smiths’ fourth and final studio album.

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