Reading about the Andy Rourke (Smiths bassist) there was a lot of discussion about how "greedy" Morrissey was because he didn't want the bassist and drummer to receive the same amount or royalties as he and Johnny Marr, the principal songwriters, received. I've noticed the Morrissey is credited merely as the lyricist. Marr is the music writer. But (discounting the band lawsuit) shouldn't Morrissey actually receive a little more credit than that? I mean, I believe that his melodic contributions were quite significant. He obviously seems to have written the melodies in addition to the lyrics. I've never heard that stated by anyone in the band, but it seems obvious. They fit his vocal style perfectly. (I don't think Marr created some kind of extra melodic voice on top of his guitar). They described the songwriting process as Johnny Marr creating a musical instrumental track, which Morrissey would then take home and listen to for a while, developing the lyrics over Johnny's guitar instrumentals. Do you think that Morrissey deserves more credit somehow?