I want to break free

Formed: 1971 in London, England
Years Active: 1971 through 1991, 1995
Group’s Main Members: Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon

I want to break free
I want to break free

I want to break free from your lies

You’re so self satisfied I don’t need you

I’ve got to break free

God knows, God knows I want to break free

I’ve fallen in love

I’ve fallen in love for the first time

And this time I know it’s for real

I’ve fallen in love, yeah

God knows, God knows I’ve fallen in love

It’s strange but it’s true

Hey, I can’t get over the way you love me like you do

But I have to be sure

When I walk out that door

Oh how I want to be free, baby

Oh how I want to be free

Oh how I want to break free

But life still goes on

I can’t get used to living without, living without

Living without you by my side

I don’t want to live alone, hey

God knows, got to make it on my own

So baby can’t you see

I’ve got to break free

I’ve got to break free

I want to break free, yeah

I want, I want, I want, I want to break free

Ooh yeah

I want to break – yeah eah

Queen was a glam rock/heavy metal band that started out in 1971 after guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, who together had been in several bands, decided to form yet another one and joined up with vocalist and some time piano player Freddie Mercury. After a short time bassist John Deacon joined them and in 1972 they were signed to EMI Records. Their first single “Keep Yourself Alive” was released shortly thereafter but didn’t sell well. Then their debut album Queen came out in ’73 with a combo of glam and hard rock songs on it.

It wasn’t till 1974 that they would make it big with their third album Sheer Heart Attack. It went to number two in the UK and the album’s single “Killer Queen” became the band’s first US hit, just missing the US top ten. They also started to make a name for themselves, especially Mercury who early on would always be satin-clad and was one great showmen on stage with his theatrics. He also had one hell of a voice too.

It was the 1975 release of the masterpiece A Night At The Opera which would make them superstars. The album would go to number five in the US, but in Britain it went to number one and stayed there for nine weeks. The album had a little bit of everything including the seven minute single “Bohemian Rhapsody”, a mini opera written by Mercury.  It was the one rock opera that truly sounded like a opera, even with May’s great heavy metal guitar riffs. With many vocal overdubs, hard drumming, mellow piano, the song…

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