"You Don't Know Anything"
(Morrissey?/Johnny Marr)


The title "You Don't Know Anything" was seen written down on paper by producer Grant Showbiz during the recording session for b-sides to singles from the "Strangeways Here We Come" album, in May 1987 at Firehouse Studios, Streatham (London). The title may or may not have been meant to be used for one of the two untitled instrumentals recorded during that session, which now go by the informal titles "Streatham #1" and "Streatham #2" (those titles are the ones used by musical biographer Simon Goddard in his essential "Songs That Saved Your Life").


This song was never released in a studio form.


This song has never been performed specifically for radio or television.


This song has never been done live, either by the Smiths or Morrissey.


No demos or studio outtakes of this song have leaked to the general public at this point in time.