If you mean the first part of the chorus after “girls”, the line is, I think “we love it” and is likely just a new vocal rather than a Queen sample, as per all the other vocal refrains. Not checked out this specific sample now though so could be something else, but obviously there are lots of other Queen samples in there including ‘Fat Bottomed Girls”, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘We Will Rock You’
It's not the first part of the chorus. I think he means the last chorus towards the end of the song and the line sounds indeed like "we love, yeah". The vocal sounds pretty much like the post-magic era Freddie so it's either a new vocal or a sample of an unreleased song.
On a similar subject... Queens Machines instrumental has samples fromm various queen tracks.. has anyone got full list.. theres a vocal that sounds like shove it. But its obviously not and its 3 years later..
It took me three decades to notice this Freddie vocal on Shove It. :D
In Spotify you can listen to it at about 2min37s. link
Could this bit possibly be two Freddie vocal samples put together?
I thought it might have been two bits made up from the Princes of the universe "we are" and "yeah"
The yeah before the guitar solo
And the "we are" from the shouty over the harmonies bit of the last courus....
But I can't check properly as I'm on a phone.
I've been listening to a lot of the Works 12" mixes recently. The album would really be so much better (feel less 'slight') if the longer versions of these songs were on there.
IWTBF 12" has all the tracks from The Works chopped up at the end. OK, so I'd edit that bit off to have it on the album. Machines has Orge Battle, Goin Back, Bo Rap, and Flash for some reason.
found it odd and annoying that all the 12" mixes from the works were not included on the remasters. it could of included ga, itbf, htf ,iahl and machines extended mix plus single versions of break free and hammer to fall plus I go crazy
Same with The Miracle. Complete editions of those 80s albums would be great. Repetitive maybe, but I think all the mixes have enough about them to warrant inclusion.
I even found myself enjoying the Man On The Prowl 12" recently, which I haven't done for... ooo... 30 years?
Whatever the sample is from, it has been pumped through a sampler and manipulated through pitch bend, so its hard to hear if it's even Freddie to be honest. I actually can't tell.
I must say I think it's a terrible song!