The greatest song in the world made by Queen, the greatest band of all time.

Anyone who disagrees with this 100% truth can feel free to exercise their right to blow me.
Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?
Gone in a land-slide,
No escape from reality.....
by Woolong January 02, 2004
Greatness. Pure greatness.
Easy come, easy go, will you let me go.
Bismillah! No, we will not let you go.
(Let him go!) Bismillah! We will not let you go.
(Let him go!) Bismillah! We will not let you go.
(Let me go.) Will not let you go.
(Let me go.) Will not let you go. (Let me go.) Ah.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
(Oh mama mia, mama mia.) Mama mia, let me go.
Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me, for me, for me.
by Mister Ignorant April 23, 2004
A song by one of the best bands evar, that was popular before Waynes World, even though there is much cat licking references in the song.
You got PWNED by my bohemian rhapsody
by Aussie mate November 17, 2003
The BEST song of all time by the British Rock band Queen.

Just as good as any other major hit by any 60's-80's British Rock band, except BETTER
I see a little silhouetto of a man.

Scaramouche, scaramouche will you do the fandango?

Arguably the best part of bohemian rhapsody in my opinion.

by long live classic rock October 09, 2005
bohemian rhapsody is one of the coolest songs in the world. i dont think its the best but it is a very popular song that was relesed by queen. i have been hering that song since b4 i was born!!!
waynes wolrld: is one example of how popular the song is. in a scene when there driving in the car mike myers and dana carvey and others start rocking out to bohemian rhapsody.
the movie was very popular made mike kyers famous
by damiens desciples July 13, 2006
the best song ever made
"...hit me where the wind blows..."
by me! March 08, 2005
Considered one of the greatest rock songs of all time. Written by Queen.

Many people struggle to define the meaning of the song. It is quite random because of the strange lyrics and sudden changes in tunes, including opera-styled ones. Freddie Mercury, the lead singer, stated that he would never reveal the meaning, and he never did. Over numerous years, people have concluded different things about the story that the song seems to tell in its strange way. Some believe that it is about Mercury's first affair with a man, and that the lyric "just killed a man" refers to him killing his old self. Others think that it is about a gang beating up a young boy until he kills them all and is forced to leave his mother forever. People have gone very deep into the lyrics to find what originally went through Mercury's mind while writing the song, analyzing metaphors, references, and words in other languages.

Many people are annoyed at the confusing structure and words of the song, leading them to hate it. However, the majority of rock fans love the energy that quickly returns to the song after a slow verse. For instance, the guitar solo after Mercury sings, "sometimes I wish I'd never been born at all", or, "the Beelzebub has a devil set aside for me, for me, for MEEEEEEEEEEE".

The song became even more popular after it was featured in the movie "Wayne's World", where friends listen to it in their car and "headbang" during a guitar solo.
"Hey, man! Want to listen to some Bohemian Rhapsody?"
"Yes, because it is the greatest rock song of all time."
by befoat July 17, 2015
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