Almost Queen. Don't keep it to yourself! Add it Here. Create a new account. Log In. You're My Best Friend. Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Hence, we would not end the arguments by relying on one meaning. We will explore different meanings and the reasons for the meanings to have come up.
Freddie Mercury is screaming that he wants to break free from something. What does he really want? Only late great Freddie would know. So we open up this question for debate once more. One of the most popular arguments for the meaning of this song is that Freddie is singing about him coming out as bisexual or homosexual. While Britain rolled its eyes and tittered at such shenanigans, over in America, people were less amused.
We can't possibly play this. Annotation for "And this time I know it's for real" Again, the narrator may have had relationships with other women, however that love may have felt forced or unreal. This makes me think that the second interpretation is more likely, especially given the lyrics in the first verse of the song: I want to break free I want to break free I want to break free from your lies You are so self satisfied I don't need you I have got to break free God knows, God knows I want to break free Note the third and fourth lines, which I've bolded.
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Starting in July , a remixed one-minute version of the song was featured in a Coca-Cola C2 video advertisement. In , the song featured in the third episode of the fourth series of the British television show Sherlock , named " The Final Problem ". As James Moriarty enters the island of Sherrinford, getting out of a helicopter, he is shown listening to the song.
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