Jesus. HES MY SAVIOR!
Bring Back That Leroy Brown. You can't say it's not atleast a bit funny.
I'm In Love With My Car. Roger writes a cheeky song about his girlfriend and pretends shes a car to make it sound okay.
Fat Bottomed Girls.Pretty self explanatory.
^^^ And that is brENsKi being 'funny'!
I don't find any Queen song 'funny'... Perhaps just this one line from I'm in Love with my Car..?
'Told my girl I just had to forget her,
Rather buy me a new carburettor,'
'It's a hard life' has a very funny video... 'I want to break free', also. Personally, I find the incongruity of their respective clothing funny in the 'Don't stop me now' video as well - New Romantic Drummer, Glam rock guitarist, singer in full s&m leather and a t-shirt with the name on an iconic gay club, and someone's random accountant dad in a knitted vest who wandered in on his way home from work. But that's just me.
Bicycle Race - on the surface it's a song of puns, however it can also be interpreted as satire
Lazing, of course - however i like to think of that as being originally intended as an instrumental - and would love to hear a studio runthrough of it without the vocals
Don't Lose Your Head.... here's why... If you watch Highlander, you know the meaning is there in the literal sense... that's why it's funny. Probably could be categorized as a stupid Queen song. That being said, I never skip this one - always a fun listen.
Party / Khashoggi's Ship... meant to be playful
I'm Going Slightly Mad... like Bicycle Race in that it's just a song full of idioms... however, the deeper meaning is clearly tragic and heart-wrenching
I don't think I'm In Love With My Car is funny - although some lines were probably meant as tongue in cheek to not come off too serious... the general concept is OCD.
For funniest Queen songs, Killer Queen takes the cake for me. You can't go wrong with lines like "Gunpowder, gelatine, dynamite with a laser beam. Guaranteed to blow your mind anytime" and "To avoid complications, she never kept the same address. In conversation, she spoke just like a baroness".