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Posted: 23 Apr 07, 21:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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"THE SHOW MUST GO ON" (Queen "Innuendo". Although Queen is listed as the creators as a band, it was Brian May of whom penned this song, before Freddie Mercury passed away of HIV/AIDS related pneumonia, 1991) (PS. Try convincing Fred, a man, I stood next to for 10 minutes or so, 2003 outside the (now defunct) Prodigal Son of Hyannis, MA. - long story.)

"THE SHOW MUST GO ON"

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
Behind the curtain, in the pantomime
Hold the line, does anybody want to take it anymore
The show must go on
The show must go on, yeah
Inside my heart is breaking
My make-up may be flaking
But my smile still stays on

Whatever happens, I'll leave it all to chance
Another heartache, another failed romance
On and on, does anybody know what we are living for ?
I guess I'm learning (I'm learning learning learning)
I must be warmer now
I'll soon be turning (turning turning turning)
Round the corner now
Outside the dawn is breaking
But inside in the dark I'm aching to be free
The show must go on
The show must go on, yeah yeah
Ooh, inside my heart is breaking
My make-up may be flaking
But my smile still stays on

Yeah yeah, whoa wo oh oh

My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies
Fairytales of yesterday will grow but never die
I can fly - my friends
The show must go on (go on, go on, go on) yeah yeah
The show must go on (go on, go on, go on)
I'll face it with a grin
I'm never giving in
On - with the show

Ooh, I'll top the bill, I'll overkill
I have to find the will to carry on
On with the show
On with the show
The show - the show must go on
Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on
Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on
Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on
Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on
Go on, go on



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PPS: Although I'm a decent singer, sometimes, emotion gets the best of me, such as when listening to "The Show Must Go On", thus while listening, posting here.

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Posted: 23 Apr 07, 21:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"UNDER PRESSURE"
Originally recorded in a "jam" session with David Bowie and released on Queen "Hot Space". The only known live performance (in concert) between David Bowie and the surviving members of Queen, John Deacon, Brian May & Roger Taylor, took place at the Freddie Mercury Memorial Concert, 1992, Wembley Stadium. Annie Lennox joined David Bowie in a duet to nearly 86,000 people there at Wembley with a world wide audience watching and listening via media around the world.

"UNDER PRESSURE"

Mm ba ba de
Um bum ba de
Um bu bu bum da de
Pressure pushing down on me
Pressing down on you no man ask for
Under pressure that brings a building down
Splits a family in two
Puts people on streets
Um ba ba be
Um ba ba be
De day da
Ee day da - that's okay
It's the terror of knowing
What the world is about
Watching some good friends
Screaming 'Let me out'
Pray tomorrow gets me higher
Pressure on people people on streets
Day day de mm hm
Da da da ba ba
Okay
Chippin' around - kick my brains around the floor
These are the days it never rains but it pours
Ee do ba be
Ee da ba ba ba
Um bo bo
Be lap
People on streets - ee da de da de
People on streets - ee da de da de da de da
It's the terror of knowing
What this world is about
Watching some good friends
Screaming 'Let me out'
Pray tomorrow - gets me higher higher high
Pressure on people people on streets
Turned away from it all like a blind man
Sat on a fence but it don't work
Keep coming up with love but it's so slashed and torn
Why - why - why?
Love love love love love
Insanity laughs under pressure we're breaking
Can't we give ourselves one more chance
Why can't we give love that one more chance
Why can't we give love give love give love give love
give love give love give love give love give love
'Cause love's such an old fashioned word
And love dares you to care for
The people on the (People on streets) edge of the night
And loves (People on streets) dares you to change our way of
Caring about ourselves
This is our last dance
This is our last dance
This is ourselves
Under pressure
Under pressure
Pressure



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Posted: 23 Apr 07, 21:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

--Act Of Mercy--
November 2003
From "W K. Mahler"

In an act of mercy
From somebody in a bind
A morning dove landed waiting for me
Patiently and intently on the telephone line

With a gift, an order, a simple plea
Come here young man and talk with me
My eyes roam where danger may be found
My ears listen carefully for any sound
My heart it beats in accordance with you
In chaos and or calm I must remain true
In hopes that I can keep helping our skies be blue
In trust, that I remain faithful to you

Remember the times devoid of fights
Delights of innocent days and or nights
Inhibitions left behind while in bliss
For splendors of sharing nakedness
Nobody knew the meaning of lies
And nobody heard any painful cries
For nobody dared and nobody implied
To keep a soul from being alive
Believe me somebody has tried

My instincts told me where I was bound
For a destination with a stop or two
With and or without a clear image and sound
Keeping in time while the words I find
Come from a place that is truly divine
Still there is this hellish nature by design
I know there is much to keep in mind
I know you and I have to let it all go sometime
I am sure you and I will find in places discreet
Nary a moment left in the darkest of the deep
The truths of consciousness that we keep
The forgotten may be a contradiction
Perhaps the remembered will create friction
True reality derived from fact and or fiction
There's much we experience and more we are missing
So please take my hand
Stranger and friend
There is a place for us to be in the end
Tell my lover it is she of whom I send
All my love and hopes and prayers whilst I make amends
For crimes past and present for a innocent future
So the next life has a place to live within again
Into the next moment and the moment thereafter
In hopes of peace, unity and laughter

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 03:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

when I first read that title I thought it said Vagina....


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 07:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Heeeeee'ssss baaaa-aaaacccccck!

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 09:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Edit :P


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 10:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mahler, how did you manage to get back on the forum? You were banned, if I'm not mistaken.

And I still can't figure out why you continue to come here, as you don't actually discuss things, as opposed to simply posting drivel. Being as you never receive any kind of serious reply, most people in your position would have left in frustration by now. Perhaps then I should admire your stamina. Still, how about talking to people, normally? Maybe you might get somewhere.



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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 11:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Still, how about talking to people, normally? Maybe you might get somewhere."

That's just crazy talk.


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 13:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

mahlers.com wrote:

-In an act of mercy
From somebody in a bind
A morning dove landed waiting for me
Patiently and intently on the telephone line

With a gift, an order, a simple plea
Come here young man and talk with me
My eyes roam where danger may be found
My ears listen carefully for any sound


Everybody!!!

Sweet home Alabama
Where the skies are so blue...

*does 3rd, no 4th guitar solo on air Brian May Guitar*

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 13:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

From the dawn of time, no words have begun the healing process more than, "Um ba ba be, Um ba ba be, De day da, Ee day da, Day day de mm hm, Da da da ba ba, Ee do ba be, Ee da ba ba ba, Um bo bo, Be lap."

Thoughtfully posted.


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 15:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sir GH<br><h6>ah yeah</h6> wrote:

Mahler, how did you manage to get back on the forum? You were banned, if I'm not mistaken.

And I still can't figure out why you continue to come here, as you don't actually discuss things, as opposed to simply posting drivel. Being as you never receive any kind of serious reply, most people in your position would have left in frustration by now. Perhaps then I should admire your stamina. Still, how about talking to people, normally? Maybe you might get somewhere.


Sir GH,

Most of the topics and replies are well, too explicit of nature for myself to care to reply.

However, there is "Jess The Mess" and her tale of her loss of her grand dad, gaining of an angel.
That was highly worthy of a reply, she, "Jess The Mess" meant no malice.


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 15:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Taken from:

http://forums.queenonline.com/viewtopic.php?p=1309712#1309712

"violonbleu": "I understand nothing what you wrote, sorry. It is good that it has been moved..."





violonbleu,

During the early morning of April 15, 2007, a man "Cho" massacred 32 people (dead) and injured 15 at the Virginia Tech University Campus o Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. "Cho", born in South Korea, becoming a citizen of the USA during 1992, was said to be mentally disturbed, long before the shootings. This massacre has "sparked" controversy from the entire USA within South Korea and vice versa.

It is worthy to know that theories and investigations from civilians to law enforcement, to mental health professionals to military personnel to politicians to clergy around the world are desperatly attempting to find the root cause of "Cho's" actions.

Why?


It is more than certain that Cho was in contact with terrorists within an underground movement in Japan. Retribution for Nagasaki and Hiroshima perhaps (WW2) in conjunction with Al-Qaeda.

In the meantime, hearts, souls, spirits, minds, bodies contine to heal and ask why.

Cho's parents have not been home since the incident, moved by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations) from place to place every 24 hours.

Cho's sister, a Princeton University (New Jersey USA) a graduate, is working for the United States government regarding situations in Iraq.

Violonbleu, understand a previous scenario, an act of terrorism.
During 1993, a small van bomb exploded underneath one of the World Trade Centers, (NYC).

Cho is that "small van". (analogy)

September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center (Twin Towers), the Pentagon and a field in Shanksburg, Pennsylvania became places of death due to terrorist activities. Two jets crashed into one of each of the Twin Towers, one jet crashed into the Pentagon, another, headed for somewhere in Washington DC (the USA capital) that jet, was taken over by civilians from terrorists and as a result, crashed into an open field, Shanksburg, Pennsylvania.

Thus, nobody with care of the human race desires or wants another scenario such as Cho's.

It is worthy of note, that along with music, beautiful music from centuries ago to now, has always helped processes of emotion for better or worse results, largely, worse results were unintended.

It is books such as for example "The 40 Minute War" (1984) by my in-laws, Janet & Chris Morris that although intended as science fiction, fantasy, thriller that are made of some form of non fiction, reality.

That book "The 40 Minute War" upon the original cover, depicts a passenger jet within 100 feet of crashing into the Washington DC capital building.

Yet it was any one of the buildings in Washington DC, September 11, 2001 that those terrorists were attempting to crash into, stopped only by the collective conscious, the souls of ordinary citizens.

There as I believe you perceive, important studies, beliegs to be enacted to prevent such tragedies as Virginia Tech University, 1993, September 11, 2001 but, how?

I realize there is mistrust of government but please know this: Almost immediatly after reading "The 40 Minute War", Mr. Ray S. Cline hired Janet & Chris Morris. Mr. Cline at one time, handed President John F. Kennedy the Russian missile silo photos within Cuba. Mr. Cline during the Kennedy administration was the Deputy Director Of The CIA.

Hundreds, if not thousands of people know of this, countless more have read that book, there is religion, talk, freedom of being anything and somehow, someway, although lives were lost in that field, hundreds more were spared.

It has been written that Cho was what is known as a "loner". Someone whom did not make conversation with those immediatly, physically around him much if not at all. Only those people who w


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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 17:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young)
Song Duration 4:11
Written by Brian May
Sung by Roger Taylor, Brian May
Released 5th January, 1998 and reached number 13.
Lyrics
A hand above the water
An angel reaching for the sky
Is it raining in Heaven -
Do you want us to cry ?

And everywhere the broken-hearted
On every lonely avenue
No-one could reach them
No-one but you

One by one
Only the Good die young
They're only flying to close to the sun
And life goes on -
Without you...

Another tricky situation
I get to drowning in the Blues
And I find myself thinking
Well - what would you do ?

Yes! - it was such an operation
Forever paying every due
Hell, you made a sensation
(sensation)
You found a way through - and
(You found a way through)

One by one
Only the Good die young
They're only flying to close to the sun
We'll remember -
Forever...

And now the party must be over
I guess we'll never understand
The sense of your leaving
Was it the way it was planned ?

And so we grace another table
And raise our glasses one more time
There's a face at the window
And I ain't never, never saying goodbye...

One by one
Only the Good die young
They're only flying to close to the sun
Crying for nothing
Crying for no-one
No-one but you




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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 17:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry, how is this in the Queen general discussion forum? Go to the personal forum Mahler. It's a great frustration to see these threads here again.

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 18:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Stone Cold Crazy is a more fitting tune.

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Posted: 24 Apr 07, 23:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

mahlers.com wrote:

However, there is "Jess The Mess" and her tale of her loss of her grand dad, gaining of an angel.
That was highly worthy of a reply, she, "Jess The Mess" meant no malice.


That's true. It started off as a nice post, but it didn't take long before you turned it into a personal plug to advertise your music. I thought that was pretty selfish.



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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 00:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ah. Yes. Please, instead of examining the corrosive aspects of American society that drive young men to pick up guns and kill their classmates, can we blame it all on the Arabs? Truly, such conspiracy theories are a blessing. They allow a continued obscuration of this great nation's turbulent undercurrent of violence and hatred, effectively othering (in essence, exporting) the cause of all violence.
Cho picked up those weapons, and Cho gunned down his classmates. However, if we as a society cannot ascertain the base fact that America has repeatedly produced such atrocous acts, we doom ourselves to a limitless spiral of death and outrage. Casting the blame on vague foreign shores is a simple means of dismissing the deep, unresolved flaws prevalent in American society.
So please, no more conspiracy theories. My heads all full, thanks.

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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 03:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

aye to that


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Posted: 25 Apr 07, 10:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

LozlanTheMage wrote:

Ah. Yes. Please, instead of examining the corrosive aspects of American society that drive young men to pick up guns and kill their classmates, can we blame it all on the Arabs? Truly, such conspiracy theories are a blessing. They allow a continued obscuration of this great nation's turbulent undercurrent of violence and hatred, effectively othering (in essence, exporting) the cause of all violence.
Cho picked up those weapons, and Cho gunned down his classmates. However, if we as a society cannot ascertain the base fact that America has repeatedly produced such atrocous acts, we doom ourselves to a limitless spiral of death and outrage. Casting the blame on vague foreign shores is a simple means of dismissing the deep, unresolved flaws prevalent in American society.
So please, no more conspiracy theories. My heads all full, thanks.


Great post. You have brains.

....meaning, you're at the wrong forum!



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