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The Show Must Go On" is a song by the British rock band Queen, featured as the twelfth and final track on their 1991 album Innuendo.
It was Mercury's last official album with Queen, and when it was released, very few people knew he had the disease. That was when my husband said „When I die, I want you to play „The show must go on at my funeral. Of course nobody seriously thought about dying at that time. Thats why it was hard to believe that a heart attack took him away from me short before his 41st Birthday try feeling upbeat and energetic on a dinky uncomfortable school bus at 3 am while everyone around you is sleeping lol.
The Show Must Go On is a song by Queen and it featured as the twelfth and final track on their 1991 album Innuendo. The song tells the effort of Freddie Mercury continuing to perform despite approaching the end of his life. The title is derived from the phrase "the show must go on", and may be in reaction to the numerous press speculations about lead singer Mercury's critically declining health since the late 1980s
The song closes Queen’s final studio album-release during Freddie’s lifetime. While the The Show Must Go On was mainly written by lead guitarist Brian May, the song’s theme is driven by the probability it would be Freddie Mercury’s finale. His severe symptoms made recording Innuendo difficult. Freddie’s struggles with HIV/AIDS were kept secret from the public-at-large until his official 1991, November 23rd, press-release divulging that he was, in fact, dying from AIDS-related complications. The Innuendo recording sessions were completed by November 1990; the album was released in February 1991. After those sessions, Freddie continued to record studio vocals as much as his health would allow. He loved his work; or rather, he passionately loved making music, and had always tried to keep his personal life private.
I guess I'm learning (I'm 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
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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. The album Innuendo was perfectly titled for this song for no other reason than that it's full of colourful metaphor, crisp imagery, emotional quips that go straight to the heart in a very indirect and roundabout way (if that's possible. Freddy Mercury was close to death from AIDS and even though the whole song is about life, death, living and dying - the song makes no mention of these words at all. The words are taboo in the song itself although it's absolutely obvious
Produced by: Queen and David Richards. Musicians: Freddie Mercury - lead vocals. Brian May - guitars, keyboards, backing vocals. John Deacon - bass guitar. Roger Taylor - drums, backing vocals. 1998 eYe Full Instrumental - Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S.