He’s destroyed the man he was trying to be, and now this is him, trying to live with the new Freddie.‘Every time I hear the song I think of him trying to shake off one Freddie and embracing another – even all these years. I think he was in the process of managing it rather well.
For 40 years, Bohemian Rhapsody has been one of the world’s favourite rock songs but has baffled its millions of fans with its wilfully obscure lyrics.
A variety of artists have recorded versions of the song, usually calling it "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl"James & Bobby Purify were an R&B singing duo, whose biggest hits were "I'm Your Puppet" in 1966, which reached number six in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and in a re-recorded version number 12 in the UK Singles Chart (in April 1976), and "Let Love Come Between Us" in 1967, which reached number 23 in the US.
The original "Bobby Purify" (Robert Lee Dickey) was replaced by a second "Bobby Purify" (Ben Moore) in the 1970s.
"anyway the wind blows", meaning if it's men or women- it doesn't matter to him."mama, just killed a man.
The "anyway the wind blows" line can also mean that he's careless, but if you look deeper into it, it may even be code for the whole gay/straight thing.
Pictured: The famous photo from the cover of Bohemian Rhapsody‘It was Freddie’s confessional.
It was about how different his life could have been.
Because he chose a cover version, 'I Shot The Sheriff', by introducing reggae music to the world and released as a single and became a big hit at that time. What he followed was that he paid attention to the song itself 'I Shot the Sheriff', especially the lyrics of the song, I think. Because the lyrics was very impressive and he wanted to write a song like this. This theme of no one caring about him, is not only a huge theme in the song- but also in Freddie''s real life.
So every musician was surprised and followed him by picking up reggae as new music into their album. And I think that he wrote a song 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. It says that ' I have to run because I shot the sheriff.' On the other hand,'Bohemian Rhapsody', it goes like this. He didn't believe he was as special as he really was, which is very sad when you think about it..."Too late, my time has come.
It has subsequently been certified 'platinum' for sales in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. "Good Morning, School Girl" is a blues standard which has been called "an important influence in Chicago blues".
The song was first recorded by pre-war Chicago blues vocalist and harmonica pioneer John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson in 1937.
How much happier he would have felt, had he been able to be himself.