Why Did Freddie Mercury Write Bohemian Rhapsody?

Clare Kuehn
Clare Kuehn

Nice video.

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חיים מימי
חיים מימי

Bohimian grove ?!?!....

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Peter Wood-Jenkins
Peter Wood-Jenkins

Simply the best but the A AND R said it was too long and did not want to release it Wrong Again

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massimo mennella
massimo mennella

Que pijudo el fred eh la concha de su madre alto crack

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Thefruitshowstheroot
Thefruitshowstheroot

...there's nothing more judgemental than calling society...bigots. Hypocrisy is too real. ..keep your values.

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ali laifa
ali laifa

If the dj/comedian Kenny Everett didn't play it over and over on the radio, it would never have become a hit and queen weren't even that popular at that time

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Julie Labelle
Julie Labelle

Thank you for sharing this.

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Jay Reyes
Jay Reyes

and yet we have Gucci Gang LMFAO

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Halimah Jedani
Halimah Jedani

And bismillah WHY DID THEY DELETE ALLAH THESE BIGOTS

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Sk md Tanvir
Sk md Tanvir

He became Satan worshipper. Sold his soul

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Tommy Marshall
Tommy Marshall

"Powerful, intoxicating"... and yet, campy.

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Jerrod Lopes
Jerrod Lopes

Loved the band and Freddie is my all time favorite singer. Just hate how nowadays it always has to come down to sexuality and pushing the gay agenda. Didn't work out too well for Freddie, did it? Who cares that he was gay! We're talking about his music, right?! May as well throw in and focus on his preference for toothpaste brand or what TV shows he watched.

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Draganox Plays
Draganox Plays

... i kinda liked the cowboy version too...

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Dawson Mueller
Dawson Mueller

The video is great and all, but during one of the last shots Freddy mercury’s nose skits are not even

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Francisco Walker
Francisco Walker

Psychiatrists say that being born gay is just scientifically impossible....nevertheless, some claim "science" to defend evolution, abortion and other false ideas and hypothesis of nowadays but when it comes to being gay .... we MUST accept it uncritically ... I love the world coherence

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Baron Von Lichtenstein
Baron Von Lichtenstein

I doubt it had a deep meaning. It was just so epic sounding everyone claims whatever interpretation they want it to have. Why do you think he didn't answer about band members? He would rather let people believe they wanted. Like the supposed obscene lyrics of Louie Louie or Whiter Shade of Pale. Classic songs they left open to intepretation on purpose.

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David Mohr
David Mohr

He died in 1991. At that time, you had a 10-year grace period before symptoms showed up. Song came out in 1975... So NOT about AIDS. Coming out song... possibly, completely awesome song, definitely.

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Graham Herbert
Graham Herbert

He wrote this song, because he was a pathetic little queer bastard. He died quite rightly, by the diseased sodomites code he lived by. He was living for years with Tampax up his shithole.

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Joseph Stevens
Joseph Stevens

Research Bohemian Grove this is what the song is about . . .

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Arnaldo Rivera
Arnaldo Rivera

That video is a lot of bull the song is a bout a man who killed another guy and throwing his life away then a lot of nonsense in the middle aim to sound operatic and at the end he killed himself. Nevertheless it is a Great song.

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Sean Allison
Sean Allison

I've read a biography on Freddie (It was written in first person as an autobiography but was made via interview) and he said that it was supposed to be 3 songs, but when he didn't like the three he smashed the best part, and made one song.

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WAYNE FG
WAYNE FG

This is the most complex and sophisticated rock song ever........yet is coherent, Melodic, and memorable........never to be equaled

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Connie Flewellyn
Connie Flewellyn

Freddie Mercury was a musician before his time. It hard to find someone who can beat him.

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Francisco Eduardo Tuñez
Francisco Eduardo Tuñez

Innuendo

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Paola Fior
Paola Fior

Nessuno mai più come lui 🌷

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amr Smith
amr Smith

I think people see in things what they want to see. I will go with Freddie's explanation of having pieces of three songs and tying them together into one song. It is known that Freddie loved the opera and even performed with an opera singer. I think he infused opera into the song as a way to express his love for the music. In his usual brilliant mind he figured out how to join opera with rock, seamlessly. I don't think any one else could have done that. I don't try to figure it out, I just enjoy his work and consider him to be a gift to music. He is one of those few people in life that stands out and above all others -- and he was humble to boot!

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Zeek M
Zeek M

Horribly antiquated bigotry? Sodomy is an abomination and it's exactly what homosexuality and lesbianism are. It's as if being british gives you the right to be a sodomite. Fame and Money will be taken away so that you can't practice your postmodernism crap.

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David Waterman
David Waterman

Ok .. best song ever but this recount of the tune is a little um...

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Jupiter’s Finest
Jupiter’s Finest

Have you considered doing a video on Robert Zimmerman?

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Jesse S
Jesse S

Freddie Mercury wrote Bohemian Rhapsody cause it wasn't gonna write itself.

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Jadey Hansen
Jadey Hansen

Is Jason Bateman Narrating?

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Writes Amenti
Writes Amenti

Yep. I knew that first line had a depthful meaning when his Mom said it makes her cry. 😥🚬💅🏿🔮

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Miss Daisy
Miss Daisy

AlRighty then...

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alg11297
alg11297

Scamarouche is a character in swashbuckling novels. It was also made into a movie. I first heard this song on the juke box while playing pinball in the basement of the student building in college. The consensus was that it was a joke song; and we'd never hear it again. The song makes no sense, at all, and artistically it seems to jump from one genre to the next with no cohesion. Even today, whenever it goes on the radio, I shut the thing off.

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Winston Smith
Winston Smith

That song has been a part of my life. Thanks you Freddie.

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David Duncan
David Duncan

Seriously has one of the greatest guitar drops ever. I'm hyped for the movie.

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Mad9977-RC
Mad9977-RC

surely one of the most iconic songs ever

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Martin Allen
Martin Allen

Who are the 684. Buffoons, morons and dick-heads who didn't like this video.

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KICKZ 2107
KICKZ 2107

Hey actually the cowboy version sound not bad

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Ryan Beers
Ryan Beers

I bet Freddie wanted to be a "Rhinestone cowboy" seeing that this song was originally intended to have a western theme 8-D HA HA HA 8-D..!!

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Bonnie Bon
Bonnie Bon

It's not a song. It's a work of art, a classic. The lead singer of Muse is reminiscent of Freedy's voice, but not as good.

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psicofukapus
psicofukapus

Short answer: Why not?

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N D
N D

Genius musician

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Magicwand
Magicwand

hahahahah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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S Canada
S Canada

The insecure boy who went on to be loved for how amazing he was

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Shawn N
Shawn N

I don't buy it. The beginning of the song is the "cowboy" or "western" part of the song that he started writing when he was a young kid. It is clearly about a man who shot someone and now faces a hanging, which he regrets greatly. The rest is mostly gobblygook. It has no great meaning as many great songs don't. Afterwards, those close to Freddy used the gift of hindsight to try to give the song a bigger meaning. Sure, when Freddy was older, the song might have been his coming out song, to him, but it wasn't that way when he first wrote it.

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Ken L.
Ken L.

Homosexuality is a travesty of decency. It is wrong and shameful and is justly owed prejudice.

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charles robbins
charles robbins

Talented, educated and Queen was just a lark for all of the band members. They were all talented and educated in professions outside of rock and roll. Freddie was flamboyant, which was code for being gay, and he loved being the center of attention as the front man for Queen. RIP Freddie, the angels must love having you sing songs in a voice they could only wish to possess.

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Marla Hudgins
Marla Hudgins

This was some great information.

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Paul Rigby
Paul Rigby

Mamaaaaaaa oooooooooo

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marco farias
marco farias

you accidentally made a growlers song

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Byron Gordon
Byron Gordon

Leslie Anne's Jones book is garbage. I read it and it's more focused on Freddie's personal life and less about his musical genius. She really had nothing much to say about Freddie's songwriting and how he came to compose so many of Queen's greatest music.

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Kat Marg B
Kat Marg B

I always thought it was about him having HIV. He killed himself as soon as he got the virus. It was, still, and FOREVER be, everyone's favorite song. Long Live The 👑 Queen. 🖤 #FreddieMercury

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Dani Skylark
Dani Skylark

This is the most beautiful message ever!!!! Fuck Religious Bull shit

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Monique Brabham
Monique Brabham

His parents knew he was gay. They had no problem with it. He never came out to them. They just knew. They were proud of their boy. Parse is another name for iranian. His family migrated from persia which is now called iran.

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Ben Kennedy
Ben Kennedy

metal head at the time ...and i accidently bought this album accidently instead of bad company album ...i was blown away ....opera ...wtf but it was a masterpiece ...my life changed in music at that point .....long live Queen

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Jesse Martinez
Jesse Martinez

This was probably the best video I have ever seen in my life keep it up

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Bobbie-Sue Pocock
Bobbie-Sue Pocock

I think it's blatantly about Bohemian Grove, like Hotel California.

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Na5i Lemak
Na5i Lemak

what was the bismillah part?

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Bruce Tomlin
Bruce Tomlin

awesome, I went to several concerts @ Queen, Freddie instantly owned the audience, the guy was awesome at what he did, and Queen lives on, truly classic, they really are the Champions

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Ethan Carberry-Holt
Ethan Carberry-Holt

Brian May supports suggestions that the song contained veiled references to Mercury's personal traumas. Roger Taylor described it as "fairly self-explanatory with just a bit of nonsense in the middle." The following, is my take on the meaning of Bohemian Rhapsody. I am aware that it more than likely isn't completely initially correct, but that's the point of a discussion forum, thus - I am more than happy to edit this if any better suggestions come along to its meaning, or remove parts which would be undoubtedly wrong. "The New York Times commented that "the song's most distinct feature is the fatalistic lyrics". Mercury refused to explain his composition other than saying it was about relationships; the band is still protective of the song's secret. Brian May recalls "Freddie was a very complex person: flippant and funny on the surface, but he concealed insecurities and problems in squaring up his life with his childhood. He never explained the lyrics, but I think he put a lot of himself into that song." May, though, says the band had agreed that the core of a lyric was a private issue for the composer." Wiki quote. "People still ask me what Bohemian Rhapsody is all about, and I say I don't know. I think it loses its myth and ruins a kind of mystique that people have built up. Rhapsody is one of those songs that has a fantasy feel about it. I think people should just listen to it, think about it, and then decide for themselves what it means to them." – Mercury quote. One of the things I noticed many misinformed saying about Bohemian Rhapsody is it's about about Freddie Mercury having Aids, and him dealing with it - which is ridiculous. Mercury did not have HIV or AIDS in 1975. He was diagnosed as HIV positive in the spring of 1987. Aids hit the New York scene in the early 1980's, where he begun clubbing. AIDS was known as the "Gay plague" at that time by the media, as the vast majority of people dying from it were homosexual. It's extremely doubtful that Mercury, like many others, would have even heard of the disease before it broke out. In hindsight, the lyrics are hauntingly fitting at various times to the way in which he died: "Too late, my time has come/ body's aching all the time/gotta leave you all behind and face the truth/I don't wanna die" which almost runs as a bizarre parallel to the songs original meaning. However, the song was without doubt, certainly not about Aids. I have given this tune a fair bit of thought, and I shall explain it as far as I can see, although, give or take a few details not completely covered in the operatic section. Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, No escape from reality, The line “caught in a landslide” line is what he refers to as realising there's no getting away from the fact he is gay, although he later had a relationship with a woman again later on in the year 1984 which would suggest he was actually bisexual) – However, in 1974/5 it would’ve been much harder to deal with than the times we live in now, and furthermore - his religious background – hence “No escape from reality”. Open your eyes, Look up to the skies and see, I'm just a poor boy, I need no sympathy, Feeling helpless over the situation, he wants no-one’s sorrow; possibly including the God he was brought up to believe in. Because I'm easy come, easy go, little high, little low, any way the wind blows doesn't really matter to me, to me... Mercury’s nature was quite dismissive over things – that’s how he coped with life, as a case of having to, and it worked for him. "A very complex person" - and this song deals with various aspects of his character all at the same time. Mama I just killed a man, Put a gun against his head, pulled my trigger, now he's Dead The man that Mercury is talking about in the line “Put a gun against his head “– is his own head, after his first full on sexual encounter with another guy. The “now he’s dead” lyrics tell how he feels about that – his soul left with no purity, as if he has in fact died. Predominantly, his religious upbringing is leaving him feel these things – which takes us to the next line…. Mama, life had just begun, But now I've gone and thrown it all away I think in light of what I previously said, these lines are fairly self-explanatory - he has "thrown it all away" in the eyes of his upbringing/religion. Mama, ooh, Didn't mean to make you cry, If I'm not back again this time tomorrow, Carry on, carry on as if nothing really matters Of course, he didn’t mean to upset his mother. Although it was believed he might not have told her directly, she would’ve found out at some point eventually. “If I’m not back again this time tomorrow, carry on" - is what he is suggesting she should do if she sees that her son has departed from her, or died, i.e. not the son she once had, not being able to accept how he has turned his back on his religion, and possibly his family over his sexual orientation. Then, he is saying she should “Carry on as if nothing really matters” - by which, for him, there's a sense of helplessness over the situation with these lyrics. Too late, my time has come, Sends shivers down my spine, body's aching all the time There's a couple of ways to look at the line "Too late, my time has come". Firstly, in his conflicted mind, he has possibly sold his soul to the devil, so to speak - or more than likely, that he thinks his parents would see it that way. Secondly, for the showman aspect of his character, to make his mark on the world, After the release of their third album ‘Sheer heart attack’ , Bohemian Rhapsody is being penned, and , Queen have risen in popularity somewhat and are now starting to hit the big time. And yet unable to feel fully at ease with himself - he is feeling held back. It wasn’t just a gay act of Mercury's which was a fashionable way to be in the early 1970’s as guitarist Brain May first thought in the initial years of the band. As stated by Mary Austin, Mercury’s lover of seven years; once he finally admitted to her he was gay, he became at one with himself again, and was happy. Yet for a fair while before he told her, he was troubled, and according to her - "avoiding issues, which wasn't him."Fortunately, the pair remained very close friends ever after, finally leaving his house, and the main bulk of his millions to her. Forever judged by his religion, his "body's aching all the time" with guilt at the time of writing this tune. Goodbye, everybody, I've got to go, Gotta leave you all behind and face the truth This is about Farok Bulsara (his real name) becoming 'Freddie Mercury' and persona that went with it – including, ironically, the star that was famously known as fiercely private. And yet - there's a sense of; even though that's who he is going to be from here on in, once and for all, he feels on a personal level, a price is going to be paid, or is in fact being paid. There’s another take on the matter of leaving at the end of the tune – when the line “Just gotta get right out of here” is sung, later on - which I'll get to... Mama, ooh, I don't want to die, I sometimes wish I'd never been born at all The line "I sometimes wish I'd never been born at all" suggests that he ("sometimes") feels he can't live up to expectations, and by the mere fact it's said to "Mama", the meaning points towards those expectations of him being a particular kind of son, baring all the other lyrics in mind. This takes us to the next part of the tune; the operatic part, in which the battle is more intense… I see a little silhouetto of a man Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango Thunderbolt and lightning, very, very frightening me (Galileo.) Galileo. (Galileo.) Galileo, Galileo figaro Magnifico. I'm just a poor boy and nobody loves me He's just a poor boy from a poor family Spare him his life from this monstrosity Easy come, easy go, will you let me go Bismillah! No, we will not let you go (Let him go!) Bismillah! We will not let you go (Let him go!) Bismillah! We will not let you go (Let me go.) Will not let you go(Let me go.) Will not let you go. (Let me go.) Ah No, no, no, no, no, no, no. (Oh mama mia, mama mia.) Mama mia, let me go Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me, for me, for me There has been particularly a lot of speculation as to the meaning of this part. Many of the words appear in the Quran. "Bismillah" is one of these and it literally means "In the name of Allah." The word "Scaramouch" means "A stock character that appears as a boastful coward." "Beelzebub" is one of the many names given to The Devil. Mercury's parents were deeply involved in Zoroastrianism, and these Arabic words do have a meaning in that religion. Mercury claimed the lyrics were nothing more than "Random rhyming nonsense" when asked about it, but it appears once again, he was being a little too dismissive. The operatic section sees him crying out for his mother to let him go - a mother who loves him as any mother loves her son, and yet a mother who worships her faith, which frowns upon homosexuality. It concludes with him admitting defeat, and that the Beelzebub has a devil put aside for him – no-matter which way he turns, which leads to the heavy rock section, building up to yet another conclusion… So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye So you think you can love me and leave me to die Oh, baby, can't do this to me, baby Just gotta get out, just gotta get right outta here

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Ethan Carberry-Holt
Ethan Carberry-Holt

This part appears to be outcome of Mercury’s anger, from the battles and confusion of his inner self, and the outter conflicting views also. He has fears of hurting his parents, worries of his mother and father unable to love him when seen in this new light. And even if his parents still loved him as they did before, their religion would disagree with his lifestyle, then becoming a weight upon their shoulders - the weight that had been his. This leaves him feeling terribly responsible, angry and frustrated with himself - then again annoyed at his loved ones. As if it's all too much, he finally wants to escape the whole situation, irately leaving everyone – “Just gotta get out, just gotta get right outta here” with a kind of ‘Fuck all this’ attitude (as almost snarled on the recording). Again, remember the earlier line “Goodbye everybody, I’ve got to go” - the painful path taken by the private Farok Bulsara, not the showman Freddie Mercury - yet somehow, the entire song represents both sides of his character, which merge and become one…. bringing us to the final part of the song… Nothing really matters, anyone can see Nothing really matters Nothing really matters to me Going back to the line just before the confession to his mother that he just killed “a man”, as if he confesses or not – it’s still the same outcome for him, it’s still everything that’s been said…. taking us to the final line… Any way the wind blows... To finish on a good note - his mother, family, and Mary Austin always loved him, as he did them, and they still do - to this day, and are extremely proud of his legacy.

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Ethan Carberry-Holt
Ethan Carberry-Holt

RIP Freddie, our Great Pretender, an icon of Britain, a pioneer in music. Your legend will live forever.

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COOLBBB GAMERTM
COOLBBB GAMERTM

beelzebub is Anime name

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Woof Bark
Woof Bark

What a stupid conckusion message! So if im a serial killer i should embrace whom i truely am?

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Scott Campbell
Scott Campbell

Oh. Wow.

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Da Bushy Boi
Da Bushy Boi

666 likes. HELP EVERY FAN FROM THIS TERROR

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Stefanie Quick
Stefanie Quick

Freddie Mercury is my spirit animal

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Izzy Nat154
Izzy Nat154

Bohemian Rhapsody is an amazing song that will never be forgotten

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Linda Portuguesinha
Linda Portuguesinha

So many BULL SHIT theories!

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Zachary Conneely
Zachary Conneely

You want a Western sounding version of the song, listen to the Forest Rangers cover from Sons of Anarchy.

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natural4lifemiss
natural4lifemiss

Why are artists so judgmental of themselves?

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Werard Gay
Werard Gay

Smh Freddie wasn't gay! He was bisexual!

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lee shafer
lee shafer

i guess tim rice didn't hear about the western theme

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Benjamin Knotts
Benjamin Knotts

First band I ever got into I think I was 9

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Guillermo
Guillermo

Go to san frans lgbtq+ community center and history building to find out what the songs were really about. Also if you want to see how big he was.

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Apong Imsong
Apong Imsong

Good commentary ! Their music and their stage persona were mind blowing and incomparable ! Sheer Magic and unforgettable ! Incidentally i happen to attend a branch of the same school in Shillong , Meghalaya India ( St.Peter's School ) Shillong , Meghalaya India whereas Freddie Mercury then Farroukh Bulsara , attended St.Peter's in erstwhile Bombay !

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Gerri Lawlor
Gerri Lawlor

Wonderfully done.Thank you!

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2manysecrets
2manysecrets

One of the greatest songs ever written? Not hardly. Nice song though.

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Kasquaskannaché Hukapapánski
Kasquaskannaché Hukapapánski

Freddy's butt hurt before he died.

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Jo Tarczynski
Jo Tarczynski

1:36 this could definitely end up in the season 3 Westworld soundtrack

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griiseknoen
griiseknoen

Correction! The heavy riff before the "So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye" part, was indeed written by Freddie, but the melody in the guitar solo (after the "I sometimes wish I'd never been born at all" line) came from Brian May.

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Leslie Killam
Leslie Killam

Because he could.

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Shanika Stevens
Shanika Stevens

I understand the song now and I can relate so much. Thank you Freddie (R.I.P. My favorite Queen 👑)

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laylosu
laylosu

good video but some of the gifs are just silly

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Joey Suggs
Joey Suggs

Meh, this is a cheap politicized interpretation, unverified by the author. You cant interpret a gay's art only through the fact that he is gay. Arent gays allowed to have any other thoughts? anything else to say? to feel? This video reduces this complex and supercreative man to a puppet of gay chatter.

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Harry Mousley
Harry Mousley

Brian wrote the solo

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DarkDutchman
DarkDutchman

Here is a link https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3288070/

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Gli occhiali
Gli occhiali

If it had a western theme , it probably would've sounded like Knights of Cydonia from Muse.

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naly202
naly202

i've come to an age when i'm literally sick of anyone looking at a masterpiece and starting to get smartasses about what that masterpiece means. unless the artist himself reveals the true meaning of his work, i don't give much damn about interpretations. this song is so wonderful- that all you can do is listen in reverend silence and enjoy it. every person can interpret it in his\ her own way

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Cilly Honey
Cilly Honey

Nothing really matters is also something enlightened people realize. In the end everything dies, you will die, everyone you know and love will die. The earth will die our sun will die, our universe will die. It all ends and it will all be destroyed. So why do we worry about little inconsequential things so much? A person's sexuality is nothing in the grand scheme of things so stop worrying about it so much. Focus on the here and now and the people in your life. Show them you love them while you can. That's all the matters really.

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Dr Ghostboy
Dr Ghostboy

I'm sure it was said it was about a school shooting, same as I don't like mondays

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Cliff Moore
Cliff Moore

The song is about a man committing a crime against society, nature and god and not being able to escape that fact.  It is an operetta about a man losing his mind and coming to grips with it.  People add the gay agenda to it to satisfy themselves.

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DarkDutchman
DarkDutchman

According his biographer it was about his coming out. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3288070/

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Dario Ricardo
Dario Ricardo

I though the lyrics was a suicide letter that someone write and freddy made a music

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Alexander Ventura
Alexander Ventura

I don't think this song is about coming out, but sounds like you wanted it to be. Always pushing the subject always pushing for acceptance. Why just be who you're.

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tanyacottom
tanyacottom

Well this was darker than I expected. It's just the background music.

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A Person
A Person

Wow that was beautiful.

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Rakwil Avila
Rakwil Avila

What a hell of a musician

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Taran MVP
Taran MVP

Man that was so gay

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Erica Carter
Erica Carter

This was very sweet

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Alan Parkinson
Alan Parkinson

Good vid. But sorry to tell you this was not a coming out song.

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