Best Queen Songs Written by Freddie MercuryI<3Queen
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This one's a nice music... At first it's so sad... The music is sad, but the lyrics are a little bit confusing for me, but it's a nice intro... And then the music change into something a happy music that makes you want to join to sing, and then it turns to rock.. And then sad again... But it really is NICE! BEST!
Three words- Music's Magnum Opus
greatest song of all... always make me very... sad... R.I.P freedie
No One Like You Freddie this song kill meV 16 Comments
Oh please we all know what a genius Freddie was and not only in writing but performing. Ain't no one will ever come close.
It a great song
This song is so catchy
I adore this.V 2 Comments
This is the best song ever it made what we are the champions is today and when you hear it on the live albums amazing!
My CHOICE TO HAVE THIS MELODY IN MY HEAD TO SLEEP ON AND SING IN MY BRAIN.
Love of my life, merit to be in the top 3
We still love real music, Queen saved my life.
Queen's best piece ever, hands down. There are no words who can make it justice, just listen to it and you'll get my point.
Makes me cry every time! I love this song so much and I would never be where I am now if it weren't for this song!
Love this song Love all his other but 2 favourites this one and These were the days of our life xxV 2 Comments
This song is great, should be at least second on this list. Bohemian Rhapsody deserves every top spot it can get, but people seem to forget about Killer Queen and just how posh the lyrics are. How could you listen to it and not imagine you're on a yacht drinking champagne? Gorgeous song.
Personally my favourite song ever, listening to it since I was five and still remains my favourite through all these years.
This should be number 3
Everyone likes this song! That can't keep from clapping and singing along whenever, wherever it is played or sung.
Freddie Mercury vocals was his highest notes yet and this song sounds so beautiful the way Freddie sings the song especially at the end of the song when the guitar starts coming in and I'm just like wow this is a good song and one of his best writing skills ever by far.
Friends Will Be Friends is also a shared song by John Deacon. Happy Birthday Deacy!
Number 6, huh? My favorite song by Queen overall, as well as Freddie's... Freddie, the world will always forever love you.
The world of music will never be the same without Freddie. This is one of his best songs. I know, I love Bo-Rhap, but I like this song a little better. It reaches out to me in a way Bo-Rhap couldn't. Maybe there's something wrong with me, I don't know. But I love this song more than any other...
Long live Queen. Long live Freddie Mercury.
It is the song which Freddie loved the most, this one and Bhoemian Rhapsody best represents the soul of Freddie and how he felt.I love them both so much, but this one may feel a bit closer to Freddie.
The story of my life
"Can anybody find me somebody to love"
A melody that just can't be forgotten. Since the first time you listen to it you feel like you've always known it
Superior melody to any other song except for others by Freddie Mercury. The genius of music and performing.
Great art and the words even today are real
One of the best and inpiring song of all time sung by the GOD of rock singing
It's the bestV 1 Comment
How can somebody forget this iconic song! Should've been at 2nd spot!
Favorite Queen song in my opinion... Everything just...fits it is a masterpiece from start to finish... Long Live the Queen!
What the hell is this doing down here? It's the early history of bohemian rhapsody!
The most underrated queen song
This should be in the top five, it's a beautiful, wonderful composition by FM.
The greatest opener on the greatest ever Queen album. The band had so much to say about a so called person and they delivered it with such class. It might be overshadowed by Bohemian Rhapsody in commerciality but it has the same amount of emotion.
Queen and especially Freddie, were way ahead of their time.. and songs like Bohemian Rhapsody, The March of the Black Queen, Stone Cold Crazy, Killer Queen and Death on two Legs is ample testimony of their seminal sound. RIP Freddie.
Another underrated Queen song that many people don't even know or have ever heard or anything. Very sad. I truly love this song, and I love Queen.
Love it! Truly clever, unique, interesting and with a hint of humor yet it's classy too.
One of the first queen songs I have ever heard and it is not my last
Freddie never wrote this so why is it on here
This was written by brian - Fenna
amazingV 1 Comment
One of my Favorite Queen songs! Sadly underrated
Very underated one of my favorite Queen songs!
Miracle underrated? No, this is! I mean, I think I may be the only one who's heard of it. This is my theme song by the way. By luck I got it! AND I LOVE THIS SONG! Can't be any better.
I love this song forever. Best minute and eight seconds of my entire life.
Also written by Roger Taylor.
This was written by brian - Fenna
Love this song! It makes me wanna get up and go! Great on a sunny day! My band play a cover of this and I sing it as a tribute to Freddie. Always do the dances he brought us!
Great music, awesome vocals as well as lead... And amazing lyrics... Only possible in a queen's song...
This was a cover of another song though
I think Mercury wrote this? But how can you not list their first real Europeon hit
I had a dream when I was in a bad situation between my wife and a new wo man.
The queen version: this is the nest sound Queen ever produced
How was this one not here? Queen has so many other great songs besides Bohemian Rhapsody. This is just one of their many extremely underrated ones. The perfect rocker! - matty925
Why is this song not on here it is one of queens best solo work
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