The 'It Was a Good Lay' Notebook References a Morrissey Song

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Jun 9, 2014
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For those born after 1980, the reference behind the 'It Was a Good Lay' notebook might go over your head.

The notebook's title actually comes from the Morrissey song, 'Suedehead,' which was the debut single from the singer's first solo effort, Viva Hate. The song, which was released in 1988, charted at number five on the UK chart. The meaning of the song has been debated over the years, said to be about both the skinhead subculture and an insecure relationship.

Either way, the 'It Was a Good Lay' notebook can have many purposes. It can signal your appreciation for Morrissey and the now-disbanded Smiths, or it can serve as a pocket book containing the names and numbers of all your above-average conquests.