Let Me Entertain You (3:01)

Cover of Jazz

From Jazz and 19 other releases

“Let Me Entertain You” was written by Freddie Mercury for Queen’s 1978 album Jazz and was directed towards the audience.

The line “we’ll sing to you in Japanese” is a reference to Brian May’s Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together), from A Day at the Races.

The idea of a guitar riff in parallel sixths was re-used later in the Innuendo track, “The Hitman”.


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