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Queen: These Are The Days Of Lives Meaning

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Song Released: 1991


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Sometimes I get to feelin' I was back in the old days - long ago When we were kids when we were young Thing seemed so perfect - you know The days were endless we were crazy we were young The sun was always shinin' - we just lived for fun...

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    anonymous
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    May 14th, 2016 5:31pm report


    The same thing as everyone else is saying is what I agree with, but it is "bad things", not "bas thongs".



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    anonymous
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    Mar 27th, 2012 3:21am report


    Do what a man got to do! Let the spark begins. I love Queen just like d ol' days..



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    anonymous
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    Feb 19th, 2012 2:59am report


    Actually this is written by Roger even though they credited the song to Queen. The song actually written by Roger and he was inspired by his children. It's mainly about the feeling that he felt when he didn't meet his children for much too long. So when he finally met them, he still love them and felt nothing has changed. I got this info by watching Queen's Documentary "These Are the Days of Our Lives"



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    anonymous
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    Sep 2nd, 2011 9:33pm report


    The song is about Roger saying where have the days gone and remembering them. He drew inspiration from his kids from seeing them grow up. Given the time it was released, it now has a different meaning.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 17th, 2011 4:14am report


    It is a song about Murcury reflecting on his final days in the band and coming to terms with his soon to be death from Aids.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 3rd, 2011 2:10am report


    I agree. It was freddies official goodbye, but it was written by roger taylor. They are singing about how they miss the old days (before freddie had aids) (those were the days of our lives, bas thongs in life were so few)

    Thats my opinion anyway



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    Unforgivin
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    Oct 31st, 2007 10:01pm report


    This song is a reminiscence about better days, being carefree teens in the old town, having one final blowout before taking on adult responsibilities. In the end he expresses that the rest of his life has been a facade, that he has not moved on and is still in love with an old girlfriend from back in the day.



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    HI
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    Feb 2nd, 2007 2:36pm report


    It's not Freddie's good bye it was written by the Drummer Roger Taylor



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    anonymous
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    Nov 20th, 2006 11:49pm report


    The final goodbye from Freddie taking a sad look at his life and Queen.




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