Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is actually an orchestral suite in three movements.
It spent nine weeks at the top of the single’s chart in 1976.
The first movement, “Mama, just killed a man...” is the piano ballad, with that guitar solo beginning about 1:45.
That segues into the operatic section beginning 2:05,
“Scaramouch, scaramouch will you do the fandango?”,
complete with a very good light show.
An explosion rocks the venue at 3:10 and rips into the hard-rock chorus with the title of this post...
and by 4:04 they are wrapping it up--
Nothin’ really matters, anyone can see,
nothin’ really matters...to me.”
By 5:30, it’s over.
Don’t compare Freddie Mercury to God.
God’s good, but he’s no Freddie Mercury.