Which song would they be?
This question occurred to me when I recently cut A Night At The Opera from CD onto my laptop at work, mainly because whenever I listen to Seaside Rendevous, it reminds me of Avv. Why? He'll probably take great offense to this, but because I think it's probably the *gayest* song ever written, but like Avv, it always makes me smile and feel happy that it's in the world due to it's sheer cleverness.
In an effort to systematically alienate most of my other friends on the forum, I've decided to put in a little thought and select other Queen songs that describe them best, from my own warped and twisted perspective. Apologies in advance for those I've missed/couldn't find an appropriate song for. Remember, don't get mad - it's just a little fun!
Paul(SCC) - not Stone Cold Crazy, as his forum nick would have you believe, but Innuendo
Patricia - Dragon Attack (she's *so* going to kill me for that!)
Oskar - Heaven For Everyone
Super Foul Egg - Death On Two Legs
Always Black - Good Company
Quinns - All Dead, All Dead (because of all the fallen Zangband heroes, obviously)
Tim Edwards - Play The Game
Richard Cobbett - difficult one this, but has to be Under Pressure, what with all those dealines...
Kieron Gillen - The Prophet's Song
John Walker - Let Me Entertain You
DAT500 - what else other than Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll?
Dazmeister - The Fairy Fellar's Masterstroke (just because I know it'll *really* annoy him...)
Mr Day - The Loser In The End (I'll 'pwn' you on a UT2004 server one day, I swear)
Mr Spoon - Is This The World We Created? (in homage of your super webskillz)
Jamie(MPK) - Tenement Funster
Razerbug - Who Needs You?
Bobsy - In The Lap Of The Gods (tenuous Baldur's Gate link there)
Owen - Bohemian Rhapsody
And of course, I had to pick something for myself, and it could only be I'm In Love With My Car...