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This is me, outside my stately home.
Okay, it is me, but it's not my house.
Still, it's somebody's house, and it's a very, very nice house - in the country - as Blur might put it. I would put it much the same way, if I was singing, like that, in England.
Now, my house is somewhere nearby, in northern England. It's in the same street as Salford Lads Club, the place that sprang to fame when The Smiths stood outside it in 1987 for one of their album covers. People come from all over the world to stand on the same pavement slab as Morrisey.
Of course, it's all changed since his day. The pavement has been polished and cleaned many a time, and he didn't even leave his handprint in the concrete, like they do in Hollywood.