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Queen

Let Us Cling Together

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1977
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  • 1976
  • 1973
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  • 1979

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is a song from the 1976 Queen album A Day at the Races and is written by guitarist Brian May. It is the tenth and final track on the album. The song is notable for having two verses sung in Japanese; it is one of four Queen songs in which an entire verse is sung in a language other than English. The song features a piano, a plastic piano, and a harmonium, all of which are played by Brian May. It is the only point in the album in which Freddie Mercury does not play piano. The album’s closing guitar melody is also its opening melody; the sequence was attached to the beginning of “Tie Your Mother Down”, the first track on the album. May described it as “a never-ending staircase”, otherwise commonly known, musically, as a Shepard tone. The song was released as a single... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Let our candle always burn ... In the quiet of the night ... Oh my love my love

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