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Posted: 12 May 12, 10:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

hi guys and girls, i know this track started off in the miracle sessions or perhaps a kind of magic, it seems to of evolved into my baby does me , music only, i was wondering if anyone had any more info on this track as its superb, and its a great shame they never done more with it, unless a finished version exists , the opening lines sound like a typical freddie song... you stabbed you'r knife rite in my back....

any info would be greatly appreciated


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Posted: 13 May 12, 03:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

To me it could be a great song if they would work more on it, the lyrics and the verses melody are simply great. But the chorus is a bit childish (I mean the way they sing it, not the backing track).

As far as I know, the song was written by Brian, his writing way was more poetic. The rest of the suppositions are easy to figure out. It might would be the next song on the album after with My Baby Loves Me, and has the "Friddly Jam" guitar part, which seems that didn't work out on this song, but as they wanted to use it they put it on Hang On in There (a better choice).

Despite the added lyrics by Freddie, the song transmits a "natural" feeling, like if they were improvising around (most of The Miracle songs transmit this feeling), the vocal line probably done one take, the drums hadn't been replaced by a digital one, it wasn't attacked by the synthetizers, and the sound is very Queen. Is like it was written very fast, they had the basic music and lyrics, but they didn't know how to finish or continue it, or the idea didn't convince them.

Also, is a good piece as a rarity, but it doesn't has that catchy "something" that makes you want to hear it many times, like Affairs. Or it wasn't too commercial to fit into the album. To me, this is far as they reached with this song, the most finished demo that exists of it in the archives (I hope that I am wrong).

This is an excellent cover: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8eNmqel9_8

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Posted: 13 May 12, 04:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote




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