Surrender to the city is probably a seperated take of Funny how love is, as Deep Ridge never exsisted. This is all I have to say until I see any proove that says I'm wrong.
I always thought (as I said above): "Surrender To The City" was written by Freddie as an early (or working title) for the tail end section of 'March Of The Black Queen' (which was at one time a seperate track), because it begins with the section: "Forget your sing a-longs and your lullabies", and comes from the line: "Surrender to the city of the fireflies..."
However, I can live with your variation, in that it was the original beginning of
...a seperated take of Funny how love is...
We may be holding different ends of the same stick, but at least we both agree that it was the 'original form' of what has now become the accepted segue between both songs.
So what if not (as previously believed) two tracks were originally segued, but three?
March Of The Black Queen
Surrender To The City
Funny How Love Is
However, (as previously pointed out) I have not... moved into the Queen Archive room and... told nobody - and this is indeed second best, (although given the material to work with - the best I can do under the circumstances).
PS: All words written by me are my own, and I accept full responsibility for my own actions.
PPS: Perhaps the Official Queen Archivist is indeed a man of his word, and could reply to the above?
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