I was wondering if you've heard of the so-called Mandela Effect, named after the fact that some people remember Nelson Mandela to have died in the 1980s. Supposedly many people remember things differently from how they actually are now - e.g. they think KitKat was written Kit-Kat; Bernstain Bears was Bernstein Bears; Dolly wore braces in the Bond movie Moonraker; Australia changed location (lol); the VW logo had no dash-shaped space between the "V" and the "W"; the Volvo logo didn't have the "arrow" Mars/male gender thing on it, etc.
Anyway, I think it's mostly misconception, misremembering, cognitive dissonance and the confirmation bias which are causing this. Although I admit I was a bit perplexed that Johnnie Walker is not written "Johnny" Walker as I had thought. But these people claim that it's evidence that something is going on having to do with reality shifts, multiple dimensions, etc.
Many ME believers are saying that We Are The Champions used to end with "of the world", but now it no longer does. I did try to explain that this is the way Freddie would typically end it in the live versions, but that on the album it doesn't end that way.
Do any of you remember it ending with "of the world" on the album version?
No, it never has on any published studio version though it does seem like an appropriate ending and thanks to the Hollywood Remix of Somebody To Love we know that that song ended find me, find me, find me, Somebody to Love. I wouldn't bet too much money on it being sung but faded out as in StL, pure speculation though.