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But those saying its about AIDS, this was in 1975 and according to the website AVERT (the AIDS timeline part)----Western scientists and doctors remain ignorant of the growing epidemic - See more at: (this comes from the 70's section), it wasn't until 81 that docs became aware----so I highly doubt this was about AIDS.
Can't deny, I was first 'toonto get it on prime - to get it on prime time TV! And this is definitely a song I enjoy "any way the wind blows".
So you think you can love him and forget that Iwas first 'toon! I can see the gay angle, if you push it, but when it comes to music, I prefer to just enjoy and keep it simple.
(musical interlude)So you think Homer Simpson is one funny guy? First, LOVE this song, whatever its about (I have always taken it at face value----dude killed someone, now must face the consequences "any way the wind blows", meaning, no matter how you slice it, the consequence is the same---even though he tried to fight the court and ask for leniency because "he's just a poor boy from a poor family", never really had a shot in life).
I'm happy the younger generation are rediscovering the magic of Freddie Mercury, Queen and their music (including Don't Stop Me Now which is on the soundtrack of another 2016 movie! ' in reality it's just what Farrokh Bulsara aka Freddie Mercury said... You wanna know the real meaning of the song and what it's about?
As much as he loved Mary, he was gay- he couldn't deny it.
He was dating women- but on the inside, was most likely not content with his love life.
The week it is was at #2, the #1 record was "Jump" by Kris Kross... Maybe the outside story was about an excecution- I think that's very clear, at least in the "mama" section. Obviously I'm not Freddie, but I can share with you a few facts that I have researched, and they can allow one to infer the meaning of this very complex song.. He had been dating Mary Austin for give or take 6 years.
Also peaked at #1 in the Netherlands, New Zealand, Belgium, and their native U. It re-entered the Top 100 on March 15th, 1992 and peaked at #2 (for 1 week) on May 3rd and stayed on the Top 100 for 16 weeks... You can just say it was about a simple excecution- that has nothing to do with Freddie.
v=XYLke Ra Mr Kg FACT: Henley calls his mother from the police car and says, 'mama, I killed Dean.' FACT: Henley shot Dean Corll in the forehead, ergo 'put a gun against his head, pulled my trigger now he's dead.'FACT: Dean Corll was homosexual FACT: Henley was 'scaramouche,' a 'poor boy,' etc. and don't forget you heard it first from bookman...