- "About '86, I got really into the Les Paul and rediscovered Peter Green. I tried to play less chordally, a little more solo-notey. But the solo on 'Paint A Vulgar Picture' was done on a Strat. I was really pleased that the first solo as such on a Smiths record was one you could sing."
- "The change was the key to that song, the relationship between the riff in one, and then the same riff against the new key. There's a section in D, then F# is the step and it's into B. A is the step back into D. My favourite key changes are sad, and that one is."
- Johnny Marr
Here are the scans from the Strangeways PVG book(thanks to MorrisseyScans for these tabs):
Here's Daniel Earwicker, making it all look easy as usual: