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Freddie- Now you've left us but we still love you so,
Freddie- Crazy I wonder why you had to go.
We've seen your heart ache,
We've seen your life break,
You never pleaded
Accepted your fate.
There was nothing anybody could do.

Freddie- Now you music's left to heal all the pain,
Freddie- And without you the band cannot be the same.
You had a hard life,
Fame wasn't easy.
Success and fortune,
Still you were needy.
You had it all, all you needed was love!

So was it hard on the stage,
With your whole life on parade?
They had you hung in the air,
They thought that you didn't care-
"It's only a rock star, all image, no feelings."

We saw your heart ache,
We saw your life break.
You never pleaded.
Accepted your fate.
Still, you kept working right up to the end.

(Freddie, Freddie)
Are you watching us where you are?

You must know, Freddie, how much we love you,
If only we could see the person you really were.
But in the end your story deeper it hides,
Deeper inside you wherever you are...

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