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8 thoughts on “ Im Going Slightly Mad - Queen - Innuendo (CD, Album)

  1. When the outside temperature rises And the meaning is oh so clear One thousand and one yellow daffodils Begin to dance in front of you - oh dear Are they trying to tell you something You're missing that one final screw You're simply not in the pink my dear To be honest you haven't got a clue I'm going slightly mad I'm going slightly mad It finally happened - happened It finally happened - ooh.
  2. About I'm Going Slightly Mad "I'm Going Slightly Mad" is a song by the British rock band Queen. Written by Freddie Mercury but credited to Queen, with uncredited lyrical contributions by Peter Straker, it was released as the second single from the band's album Innuendo.
  3. THE INNUENDO SINGLES AND NON-ALBUM. Innuendo (Explosive version) Lost Opportunity (B-Side) Mad The Swine (B-Side) Queen Talks (B-Side) DISC 2: THE INNUENDO ALBUM (LP Version - PCM) 1. Innuendo 2. I'm Going Slightly Mad * 3. Headlong * 4. I Can't Live With You * 5. Ride The Wild Wind 6. All God's People * 7.
  4. Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Open in iTunes. Sign In Innuendo Queen Rock · Preview SONG TIME Innuendo. 1. PREVIEW I'm Going Slightly Mad. 2. PREVIEW Headlong. 3. PREVIEW I Can't Live With You. 4.
  5. Queen's heavier side is represented by both the rock radio hit "Headlong" and "The Hitman," while "I'm Going Slightly Mad," "I Can't Live With You," and "Don't Try So Hard" show the band's pop sensibilities in full force, and on "Bijou," Brian May gets to show off his guitar guicocliazariwabalkorohargladde.xyzinfo: $
  6. Nov 21,  · Song I'm Going Slightly Mad (Album Version) Artist Queen; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Hollywood Records); LatinAutor, BMI - .
  7. Queen - Innuendo 12 songs lyrics: Innuendo, I'm Going Slightly Mad, Headlong, I Can't Live With You, Don't Try So Hard, Ride the Wild Wind, All God's People, These .
  8. Throughout , the band recorded songs with the intent of releasing them as B-sides (only one of these songs, Lost Opportunity, would end up on the CD single release of I'm Going Slightly Mad); the band were so pleased with the material that they started working on a new album, though progress was slow and finally halted in the summer of

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