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The Show Must Go On (4:38)

"The Show Must Go On", written primarily by guitarist Brian May, is a song by English rock band Queen and is featured as the twelfth and final track on their 1991 album Innuendo. As on the previous album, The Miracle, all songs on Innuendo were credited to the band as a whole.

The initial idea for the song came from a chord sequence Roger Taylor and John Deacon were working on. May then decided to use the sequence, and both… read more

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Empty spaces, what are we living for
Abandoned places, I guess we know the score
On and on, does anybody know what we are looking for
Another hero, another mindless crime

Queen - The Show Must Go On Lyrics

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  • "I'll fucking do it, darling." What an amazing song.
  • Great song, but reminds me of my first true love. He used to play it for me as goodbye when we had to part for another month. Bittersweet memories...
  • Wonderful song, one of the most favourite
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  • That voice :')
  • "When Brian May presented the final demo to Mercury, he had doubts that Mercury would be physically capable of singing the song's highly demanding vocal line, due to the extent of his illness at the time. To May's surprise, when the time came to record the vocals, Mercury consumed a measure of vodka and said "I'll fucking do it, darling!" then proceeded to perform the vocal line in one take without problems." [2] omg *------*
  • "When Brian May presented the final demo to Mercury, he had doubts that Mercury would be physically capable of singing the song's highly demanding vocal line, due to the extent of his illness at the time. To May's surprise, when the time came to record the vocals, Mercury consumed a measure of vodka and said "I'll fucking do it, darling!" then proceeded to perform the vocal line in one take without problems." *salutes*
  • @Nesquen - It wasn't the last song he ever recorded but getting to that point. The last track he sang on was 'Mother Love'.

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