Morrissey manages to create a tale of the final survivors of the nuclear apocalypse with this song, who all live in an idealized British sea side town. However, rather than enjoying the fact that they somehow survived, Morrissey emphasizes the fact that they sit around and await a slow death via nuclear fall out, and instead wishes that he had suffered a quick death instead. It's perfect for those long walks under the fallout dust covered skies.
Waiting On the End of the World: Ten Songs For the Apocalypse
9. "Everyday is Like Sunday" Morrissey