Freddie Mercury's Story: The Queen Singer's Most Legendary Moments

Entertainment | October 30, 2018

He Slept With A Piano Headboard, So That Songs Never Escaped Him In The Night

This is actually how he started writing Bohemian Rhapsody. Freddie Mercury used a piano as a headboard just in case a song came to him in the middle of the night. Everyone has been there at some point, late at night, something occurs to them that wakes them up, and by the time the morning comes the thought is gone. Since melodies, songs, and lyrics were such an integral part of Mercury's genius, no thought could be lost, and hey, the world got one of the best songs ever written out of it. 

Tags: 1980s Rock History | David Bowie | Freddie Mercury | Jane Seymour | Michael Jackson | Queen | Rare Facts And Stories About History | Rock History | The 1980s

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