Top 10 Best Queen Songs

Queen are a seminal English rock band, formed in 1970 in London by John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor. Britain's most successful band of the past three decades, the band rose to prominence during the mid-to-late 1970s and still retain a large international fan base. This is a list of Queen's all time greatest songs.
The Top Ten
1 Bohemian Rhapsody

This song was the definitive beginning of the greatest collection of musical gods this world has ever seen, a legendary musical epic that is the most amazing our world has been blessed with the privilege to be graced with. Just as Innuendo (disappointed it isn't top five) was the epic that marked the end, this song gave birth to an era of incendiary music that can NEVER be matched. Now that Freddie is teaching the angels to sing, and John was involved in an incident with his interdimensional portal powered by the bass line of Under Pressure, it makes me sad that I will never have an experience like growing up with or ever hearing Queen live again. But I know this band will never truly die.

Super overrated song. Who cares if it's split into 3 parts when none of them sound good? There's no sort of harder edge to this one. It's just overly high, annoying vocals and boring sections, especially the middle one, which tries being weird but forgets to also be good. Dumb song by an overrated band. Go listen to Cannibal Corpse or Death instead. Now that's real music.

This song is overrated. It's fantastic, and I admire it a lot, but sometimes it's treated as the only Queen song that matters when it comes to "All-Time Best Lists," which is pretty annoying. Plus, I honestly don't think it's Queen's best song. It's still a top 10 in their entire discography because, let's be honest, it's nigh-impossible to hate it.

There are some songs that are so good, you have to separate them from their creators. Some songs are so good that they take on a life of their own. They live longer than their creators. These songs are taken from the treasure house of God and placed into the minds of mortals. I give you Bohemian Rhapsody.

2 Don't Stop Me Now

I absolutely love this song. Freddie is in his finest form on this track, and you can tell he absolutely loves singing it. He rocks it! Lyrically excellent and ahead of its time (like most Queen songs), it remains timeless and as fresh today as the day the track was laid down. Freddie was a true genius with the best voice in the business, and this song shows it in all its glory. I miss you every day, Freddie. I'm so glad you can visit me every time I hear your voice. RIP to the best ever.

Before I fully listened to this song, my favorites were Somebody to Love and Another One Bites the Dust. The positivity with this song is undeniable, and it's incredibly catchy. I was about to stop listening before the beat dropped, but once Freddie kept going, I instantly began bobbing my head to the beat and continued listening. This is one of the best '70s songs in general, and it alone made me rethink my former statement that Queen was overrated.

I think it's great that this song barely registered on the charts in the U.S. and went on to become beloved in the years afterward. It's epic and classic Freddie - a great piece of work. Now we're voting it as the second-best Queen song out of so many great tracks. Meanwhile, their biggest hit in the U.S. at the time was Another One Bites the Dust. Funny how time changes our perspective and the classics rise to the top. Great work, Queen.

This is the most beautiful and definitely the best song written by the band Queen. It is a true gem. Oh my God, how talented Freddie Mercury was. This song is perfection. The voice of Freddie is so beautiful when he plays the piano here, it brings us to the sky. It has an incredible rhythm. It never slows down and it is the most positive and healthy song. If you listen to the lyrics carefully, it will bring life into you.

3 The Show Must Go On

Just the fact that Freddie would die in a month, and could hardly walk, yet somehow sang this stunningly powerful and emotional song, encapsulates how awesome this song is. I've come across many people who think that Freddie wrote Bohemian Rhapsody on his deathbed when he actually wrote it 16 years before. This is the closest you will get to a "real Bohemian Rhapsody," when it was actually written and presented to Freddie by Brian May. Not just a great song in its own right, but made even better when you realize that it is almost biographical of the pain and suffering endured by Freddie. And yet, as he sings, "my smile still stays on." Miss you, Freddie.

No other song can top this. You very rarely get a song with such impeccable instrumentation, lyrics, and vocals. Add the story behind it, and it's simply impossible to compete with this one. On another note, I've listened to hundreds of covers of this song, and I don't think I've found anyone able to sing this as well as Freddie. The man was at the final stages of a terminal disease when he delivered those vocals. If that doesn't say something about the quality of Freddie as a vocalist, I don't know what does.

This song has always been a favorite of mine. Not only is the musical presentation superb, but the raw emotion that Freddie sings with, and that Brian, Roger, and John play with, is what sells it for me. I don't know how that feeling of persistence and desire can come through on a guitar, bass, and drum set, but it does. And you can hear it in Freddie's voice, that even though he is dying of AIDS, the show must go on.

This song is so powerful you will get chills every time you listen to it, whether it is the 1st or the 100th time. Freddie, even with his declining health, was able to showcase the best and rawest vocals that have ever come out of a singer's mouth. You can tell that he put his heart into the song and he did it in one take. RIP Freddie, you and your immense talent will always be remembered.

4 We are the Champions

This one isn't made for less than the top 3! It should be competing for first place with Bohemian Rhapsody! What a genius Freddie was! We Are the Champions, my friends, and we'll keep on fighting till the end! We are the champions! We are the champions! No time for losers because we are the champions of the world!

I admit Somebody to Love is a good song, but we're talking about their best, and We Are the Champions isn't their number one song, but it's got to be their number 5! Hey, hey, wait! Why is Under Pressure number 7 and I Want to Break Free at 8? It's not fair! I Want to Break Free definitely beats Under Pressure!

I agree that Bohemian Rhapsody is the best Queen song, but the fact that this or We Will Rock You isn't second, that ain't right! Also, this song is just absolutely amazing! As soon as I heard this song, I learned the lyrics straight away! R.I.P. Freddie, you and Queen are the champions. We miss you every day.

I think this should be number one. The lyrics are more meaningful than "Bohemian Rhapsody" - it's uplifting, and the words go well with the brilliant tune. Is it just me, or has this song been influenced by one of the best pieces ever written: Elgar's "Land of Hope and Glory"?

5 Another One Bites the Dust

The bass riff on this song is just kick-ass! This song, along with Green Day's Longview, should definitely be nominated for the best bass chords ever. The lyrics are also great, and you can really see the diversity of Freddie's voice too. His vocal range on this song alone is simply amazing.

Why is it so low at 7? It ought to be in the Top 3! Deacon nailed it with the opportunity he was given. Easily, he created the most recognizable bassline ever - the one that gets stuck in the head. Of course, it's not all bass. The lyrics are quite rebellious. You can annoy anyone with "and another one gone, and another one gone, another one bites the dust."

Not your usual Queen song, as it's more of a funk song than anything resembling rock (although that is very fitting considering how experimental the group is). But oh boy, isn't it catchy? It might have the best baseline ever as well.

First song I can remember listening to at the age of three! And that was two years after the best singer still blessed our ears. RIP Freddie. Kanye should be shot for butchering your music.

6 We Will Rock You

This song is so underrated! Even though it doesn't go on for that long, it is still a great song! It should at least be second after Bohemian Rhapsody. Third should be We Are the Champions. Those two, I reckon, are the only songs that have some actual rock in them. Apart from them, the rest of the songs are slow.

"Bohemian Rhapsody" is Queen's best song, but "We Will Rock You" deserves to be higher in this ranking, number 2 without a doubt! The outro of the song with the guitar solo is so powerful, so rock, so Queen!

"Another One Bites the Dust" must be number 3 in my opinion. I like many songs of this band, but I'm really not a fan of "The Show Must Go On," and "We Are the Champions" is a good song but not amazing like "One Vision," "Radio Ga Ga," or "A Kind of Magic."

Your ears work properly? I don't think so...

This should be number 1, and I'm not kidding. I used to hear my friends at my elementary school sing it a lot, and I said to myself, "I thought whoever wrote that song is popular because it's their most popular song." So, if I were you, I'd make it number 1 just to make me happy.

This song has a unique vibe that sends a chill through me and all my friends' spines. We put this on our loudspeakers and jump up and down on the bed, screaming along to the lyrics. The only good rock is: OLD SCHOOL ROCK.

7 Somebody to Love

This song fills me with so much nostalgia. It was the first Queen song I remember hearing as a kid, and hearing it always made me so happy. I never really understood how emotional the lyrics really are, but now that I'm older and have had many ups and downs in life, I can completely relate to and comprehend what the song is about, making me love it even more than I did when I was younger. Never has a song made me feel so sad yet so happy. Props to Queen, specifically Freddie, for truly pouring their hearts into this.

The greatest love song ever! This is one of Queen's masterpieces and is second to none in the theme of love songs. <I think Bohemian Rhapsody is greater, but it is not a love song.> Somebody to Love sounded very brand-new in the '70s (try comparing it with those of The Beatles or other rock bands from the same era) and also feels contemporary in the 21st century. I love the rhythm of this song, Freddie's unique voice, and all the musicians involved. The lyrics indicate that Freddie was a genius. It's the greatest love song of all time!

Wow, for such a great song, it only made number five on these charts. Before, I thought I saw it as number eight. Guess it went up because of how epic it is. Shame Justin Bieber ruined it. The ORIGINAL version - Queen version, shall I say - is the best. I read it was Freddie's favorite, as well as it is mine. Nobody will ever replace the great, one and only Freddie Mercury.

The one thing I believe this song has over all else is that this is personally Freddie Mercury's best singing, which is an amazing feat. Freddie has always been one of, if not the greatest, singers of all time in my opinion. This is his greatest song in terms of vocals. Also, I am fairly certain this was his favorite song, so that has to be worth something.

8 Killer Queen

Okay, Bohemian Rhapsody is probably better, but I have to try to move this up the list. When this first came out, I'd never heard anything like it before and marked Queen as ones to watch. This is a precursor to Bohemian if you like, as it has a few of those same rock opera characteristics. Beautiful vocal arrangements and guitar licks. A classic!

Literally the best Queen song ever written. The lyrics are so poetic - more so than one would think possible. Every time I listen to this song, I imagine myself sitting in a room with only the richest and most powerful men and women alike. This is an astounding song, and only Queen could pull off something like this.

Whenever someone asks me what my favorite Queen song is, my usual answer is Bohemian Rhapsody. But I change my mind whenever I listen to this. There's something about the way Freddie sings it that makes it so cool and unique.

This song was Queen's breakthrough. The lyrics are godly (so is the band). The harmonizing is sheer genius. Because this song made Queen a hit, it pretty much plays a huge role in history. This song truly is a Killer-Queen song.

9 Under Pressure

I love this song. It's so catchy, and the lyrics are epic. They have so much meaning, and I listen to this song all the time. I just hate that Vanilla Ice messed it up with his very similar song Ice Ice Baby. Now when most people hear the opening, they think that I'm playing Ice Ice Baby.

My favorite duet, Queen song, and song of all time. These vocals are sung with such an incredible range and power that you can feel the pressure. The bassline is the "Stairway to Heaven" of basslines, and it flows so well throughout this song. But the best part is Freddie singing, "Can we give ourselves one more chance?!" It's a true masterpiece, worthy of anything.

Under Pressure by Queen transcended the '80s. Once we heard the bass riff, we knew this song was going to be awesome. And once we heard Freddie Mercury singing, we forgot David Bowie was featured on this song because we all just thought this was a Queen-only song. It's absolutely a classic and one of the best songs of the '80s.

So many people only know the bassline and the well-known beginning lyrics. But listening to the song all the way through is something else. I love when Freddie just gets lost in the lyrics of encouraging lines about giving ourselves one more chance and giving love. It always picks me up when I'm down.

10 I Want to Break Free

Haha, love it! That part halfway through the song with that funny-sounding instrument is great. The song also has a great message. I take the video as a joke. It was funny. Overall, it's a great song. All Queen songs are great. Why was Freddie Mercury so famous? Well, it's because of his amazing voice, and just by listening to this, you can understand how amazing it is. Queen will always be remembered.

Excellent song from those years. I believe that this song has held its value throughout the years. I am very proud that an Indian has sung this song. With great remembrance, I am very proud that this great man has given us an excellent song.

It is obvious why this song is the best Queen song - because it was written by none other than John Deacon. He may not have written that many songs, but most of them were huge hits!

One of the best. Best song to run to, and I don't even like to run. I love to sing this one in my car. For some reason, this song hits an emotion in me that makes my eyes fill with tears. I just love this song.

The Contenders
11 Radio Gaga

I've loved this song since I was 6! It's one of the only few that I never get sick of listening to. The melody is just so catchy - ugh.

Excellent. It's a shame that it isn't in the top five. This is my absolute favorite Queen song! It's best to listen to it live, though.

Musical genius! Wonderful composition and lyrics. It's a true work of art.

There's a key change in there that makes me glad to be alive!

12 Innuendo

Totally underrated song of Queen. Maybe it's because of other masterpieces that people think are better. But the changing atmosphere and tempo, rich instrumental, and true words... This song just awakens my feeling of freedom and makes me consider if I'm really missing so much to feel free, happy, and independent, or if it's just a problem in my head, instilled by today's world. I'm trying to follow something unavailable and unnecessary. Is anybody who has reached all of it better in anything more? I believe we can create our happiness by ourselves. If everybody in this world had the same thoughts as Freddie, our world would be a perfect place for everybody.

This song, along with The Prophet's Song, The Show Must Go On, and The March of the Black Queen, are real and true contenders to be considered better than Bohemian Rhapsody. Along with Bohemian Rhapsody, these four songs should occupy the first four positions. I grew up with Queen, and these songs break barriers in brilliance that very few bands have ever matched. Innuendo is Queen's progressive rock at its finest - amazing and thought-provoking.

I love Bohemian Rhapsody, The Show Must Go On, March of the Black Queen, Ogre Battle, etc., but this song just blows me away. It hits me hard. Of course, I had a tough decision between The Prophet's Song (the song that made me obsessed with Queen), Brighton Rock, Save Me, These Are the Days of Our Lives, It's Late, The Great King Rat, and Now I'm Here. But Innuendo deserves the top ten. It's musical art!

Hauntingly epic, I just love it. That being said, I do love all Queen songs. I am sure I'm like many Queen fans who can't choose a favorite song. But I love this song. It's weird. It's like jumping into a bipolar opera. It's also a song where, if you've heard it once or a million times, you're still like, I'd love to know what this bizarre song is about?

13 The March of the Black Queen

If Bohemian Rhapsody wasn't so famous because of the well-timed clip, people would have known this piece of brilliance better. It's the best Queen song ever made. The whole apotheosis of the album culminates into this song! It's brilliant. The White Queen from side A comes back as a dominatrix-like dark Black Queen. How brilliant is that? Then you see that all the brilliance of the band is already there: all sound tricks, love of quality, details. The real Queen is black. Now march!

It was either these quadruplets (March of the Black Queen, Funny How Love Is, The Fairy-Feller's Master Stroke, and Nevermore), the triplets (Tenement Funster, Flick of the Wrist, and Lily of the Valley), The Prophet's Song, or My Fairy King. But it just absolutely had to be the quadruplets. Those four are simply the best. They perfectly flow into each other, something extremely uncommon nowadays.

This, as part of the quad of songs on Queen II - Fairy Feller's Masterstroke, Nevermore, March of the Black Queen, Funny How Love Is - simply is the best work Queen ever did for me. They show them at their very peak as a hard rock band and showed glimpses of future songs like Bo Rap in its layered operatic vocals and instruments. Sublime.

Oh God, talk about underrated! This is an incredible song, and it is an utter shame to see it at 18th place. The creativity put into this song is just mind-blowing. If you like Bohemian Rhapsody, you'll love this song. It's basically BR's evil twin. And as hard as it is to admit, I think this is my favorite Queen song, with BR in a close second.

14 I Want It All

I want it all... I want it all... And I want it now! Brian May is absolutely amazing on this song. Freddie is, of course, Freddie. But for me, this song is Brian's finest moment because, if you ask me, he surpasses even Freddie, which is far easier said than done. Freddie is absolutely amazing on it, but Brian is insane!

My all-time favorite Queen song. It's lyrically amazing, and Brian May absolutely kills this song with his lead guitar. It's guaranteed to make the hairs stand up on my arms every time I listen to it.

This song is a masterpiece - very well written, produced, and performed. "I Want It All" is my personal favorite song by Queen, but I do love everything from this legendary band.

If you like Queen, it's because you have excellent taste in music! If you don't like it, you can start with this song!

15 Fat Bottomed Girls

Perfect mix of what Queen was before and after Jazz: hard rocking with great vocals but also hear the (almost) pop hooks Queen displayed in the 80s. First time I really remember hearing "Fat Bottomed Girls', I had somehow already knew and remembered hearing the riff. Oh, that fabulous and crunchy riff. Possible career highlight of Brian May, outside of a guitar solo.

Then Freddie's voice comes in gritty and catchy, a hard feat to manage, even for the other great rock vocalists, and completely owns it. Roger's contributions were just as great and memorable, as evidenced by me tapping my foot every time I hear this song. So catchy in fact, that several times I have woke up in the morning with it in my head! I don't know how, but I guess I was thinking about it while sleeping? Just shows how this fun tune never gets old and you'll literally be thinking of it from morning to night! Freddie of course is unbeatable, but on 'Fat Bottomed Girls' he really shines, not in terms ...more

I absolutely love, love this song! I've always been bigger, and the first time I heard this and really listened to the words, I was very self-conscious. You know how kids can be. But when I heard that song, that's when my self-esteem started to rise! Yay for them!

I've been thinking (it does happen on occasions). There are many great Queen songs (and a few not-so-great), but this one just sounds so much different from their most-known ones. It's a great driving song. Fresh and upbeat. It's easily my favorite Queen song.

Maybe this is the best full-out rock song the band ever did, based on how you categorize their songs. This rock anthem makes you want to blast the stereo and sing your heart out.

16 Crazy Little Thing Called Love

This is so unfair! How can you possibly pick 'the best Queen song'? They're all the best! I love all the famous ones, but I absolutely adore the lesser-known ones, familiar only to avid Queen fans like me and you. With their eclectic mix, there's something for everyone, whether it's soft or fast and furious or everything in between. Queen's got it all.

From the loveliness of Love of My Life, Nevermore, Lily of the Valley, and Save Me, to the fury of Stone Cold Crazy, Dead on Time, and We Will Rock You (fast version!), I love them all. That's why Queen is so much more than their hits! Their hidden gems are a treasure trove of ecstasy!

Freddie's voice is so magnificent, and his passion so fierce, that anything he sings is my favorite! He is the most stunningly awesome performer ever to grace the Earth. QUEEN ROCKS & RULES!

This song is my personal favorite. It features fantastic vocals, spectacular guitar, and a beat that you can't help but dance to. Whenever I'm in a bad mood, I listen to this, and all my problems seem to go away.

How is this song not in the top ten? It's one of the greatest songs by Queen. It has that old-school rock vibe, which makes it very catchy!

Best Queen song, only second to Bohemian Rhapsody. This is part of one of the best Queen albums, and I love all the songs on The Game.

17 Who Wants to Live Forever?

This song is my favorite. Funny thing is, I'm listening to it while I'm typing this. The way Freddie sings it is just captivating and really nice. It has a true statement in it. But seriously, the song is too good to be out of the top 10. Come on! If you vote for any other song (with the exception of a few others), there is something messed up with your brain.

I cried buckets the first time I heard this. It's so underrated, yet so beautiful. It hits you in the heart. Such a powerful song. Wait... why am I still talking when I could be listening to the GREATEST Queen song EVER! Hint, hint, this one! VOTE NOW! Peace, dudes!

With the exception of the greatest rock and roll song of all time (it does not need to be named), this is Queen's best song! I don't like to use the word "epic" too many times in one month, but I think it needs to happen for this.

I can’t believe how perfect this song is. It’s unbelievably incredible. Maybe it’s not only the best song I have ever listened to from Queen, but also the best song I have ever listened to in my entire life.

18 You're My Best Friend

It really shows how much they love each other, you know. John Deacon may be a quiet kid in the band, but he really loved them and wanted them to know. I love the song and what it means. It's beautiful.

This is a wonderful pop song and packs a sentiment that really means something, that's not overused, that we all need and should celebrate.

Such an amazing song. The best song from them aside from Bohemian Rhapsody and Under Pressure. Voted for it because it's the lowest.

If this isn't the most beautiful love song of all time and it doesn't touch your heart, I don't know what's wrong with you.

19 The Prophet's Song

The first power metal song, this is always overlooked by Bohemian Rhapsody. Although the latter is fantastic, I have always preferred this one. It is one of the most epic things I have ever heard! This was taken from a dream that Brian May had about a flood. As a result, this song has lyrics that could be from the Old Testament.

He told of death as a bone-white haze,
Taken the lost and the unloved babe,
Late, too late, all the wretches run,
These kings of beasts now counting their days.

The middle section is amazing. It makes you feel like you are in an empty room because there is only Freddie Mercury's voice. Then comes one of Brian May's most awesome guitar solos. Then the first section reprises, and the song ends. You are left mesmerized.

It seems like nobody ever knows about this song! This, along with Liar and Innuendo, beats Bohemian Rhapsody by miles! It starts calmly and proceeds to the vocal section, and finally the epic ending. It's the number one Queen song and what makes A Night at the Opera the best Queen album.

This is the first power metal song ever, and everything is superb, especially Brian May's guitar work and the canon section in the middle with overdubbed vocals by Freddie.

This song is one of the most epic songs I've ever heard! I absolutely love the lyrics and the guitar work. It's simply a masterpiece from Queen and one of their many hidden gems.

20 Stone Cold Crazy

This is what started some big '80s bands out there. Very underrated. I voted for it because I wanted to put that out there. I was going to vote for something else, but I figured this should be higher on the list. Anyway, I only know one other kid who knows and loves this song. Thanks, Ray. Long live Queen. Long live Freddie Mercury. Freddie Mercury, we all miss you greatly and wish you were with us today. RIP.

This is a great song, and it proves how lively 2 minutes and 17 seconds can be. A few friends and I covered this one. Our guitarist had one hell of a fun time playing. This is a song to play when I feel hyper and pumped. LET'S GO!

This song has a thrash metal sound. It is one of the pioneers of metal music. It is way better than Bohemian Rhapsody in my opinion. Boh Rap is good, but this one is better.

The more I scrolled, the more I thought I had accidentally glazed over this song and it was actually up way higher. Then I found this... ALL THE WAY DOWN AT 72?! Seriously, this is a masterpiece of a song that essentially crafted the thrash metal genre and would go on to help birth bands such as Metallica! A legendary song and definitely deserving of a spot much higher than 72.

21 A Kind of Magic

Great lyrics. Fine melody. Anything Freddie put his magical vocals to is great. Loved Queen back in the day. Still love them just as much today. I wish we had smartphones back when I saw them in concert.

The heralding of a new age of unity of consciousness and harmony - 'Is this the kind of magic that can be only one?'

P.S. A great song live is Another One Bites The Dust. The bassline made everyone dance, and that was just a tribute band.

This song is perfect and deserves the number one position among all written songs, along with the Made in Heaven 1985 version. But not many people know what is magic.

What an epic song!
It's just BRILLIANT!
Only Freddie can do live concerts and make them sound so good.

22 '39

The thing I like about Queen is that each of their songs tells a story that's greater than most blockbuster movies, without telling you exactly what's going to happen. You're allowed to write your own story while listening, and '39 is the perfect example of this. It's one of the most underrated songs, not just by Queen but by any band.

This song is absolutely incredible. Besides the unbelievably fascinating lyrics that form a great storyline, the music and instrumentalism top most other songs produced by Queen. The lead singer does a great job, to put it mildly, and the entire song is a masterpiece.

How can '39 be beaten? It's simply Queen at their absolute greatest, and I have no clue as to why it wasn't released as a single. It could have rivaled Bohemian Rhapsody in the sales charts, and it already surpasses it for quality.

Phenomenal song! It has a great story behind it, and it's beautifully written. I have no idea how it's so unpopular. Don't Stop Me Now and We Will Rock You are so overrated.

23 Tie Your Mother Down

I really expected this to be in the top 5. This is way out of place.

This song should be in the top 20 at least. It's an amazing work of music written by May.

This one really sent the crowd into a frenzy.

That beat is stuck in my head! Amazing song!

24 Too Much Love Will Kill You

Such an underrated song. To me, it's my favorite Queen song and certainly belongs in the top 10. The lyrics are beautifully heartbreaking, and you can hear Freddie singing from the heart in this one. Not to mention, the lyrics in this song are so true.

I simply love this song! Awesome chorus and singing, and also awesome lyrics and message in it! I actually understood this song, and I felt pretty sad. Like, "yeah, Fred's right on this one." This should be in one of the top ten, guys.

A song straight from Freddie's heart. This is the song that made me fall in love with Queen. It's amazing how Freddie touches hearts. He sings his soul out in this one.

I can't help but cry. Freddie's voice. The video. The meaning. So pure, heartfelt, and Freddie's goodbye song. Utter perfection!

25 Love of My Life

This is perhaps the only song by Queen that might work without Freddie's voice. I mean, it sounds spectacular with those Chopin chords. Freddie's charisma makes it irresistible, as does Brian's twelve-string guitar. Every time I listen to this at Wembley Stadium, I break into tears. There are no words to describe it. Maybe it's not the final song by this group, but it's surely the prettiest.

I had heard just a little bit of it when I went to the cinema to watch "Bohemian Rhapsody." Then I saw the scene where the song is composed and how the public sang it in the live version (as I've listened to it later on Spotify), and it was superb. Honestly, since the summer, I've started listening to Queen more deeply than in the past (I'm a Beatles fan otherwise), and I've fallen in love with them. It's a kind of magic.

Queen is a legendary band with high musicality, which inspires me. Of all the songs they have, the best song ever created was by Freddie Mercury. It's amusing that a guy wants to break up with his girlfriend. If the woman is still human, you can revert the situation. Haha.

Why is this 26th? You can hear Mercury's pain in this song. It meant so much to him, as he knew he couldn't have the love of his life, Mary. It's so relatable. Bohemian Rhapsody is my favorite, but this is my second. I can't believe it's so far down the list, underneath some average Queen songs.

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