Gunpowder Gelatine wrote: Well, there's also little snippets of Spanish in Who Needs You and some German in Dancer. There are probably others, but my favorite is Teo Torriatte. Las Palabras De Amor is a close second, though.
You´re right, but I was talking about the ones in which the verses are a bit longer.
MourningElektra wrote: It's not written by Queen but was sung by Freddie, who did a more-than-decent job: Tsvasi Svel (sic).
And Freddie on his own song: La Japonaise. Awesome!
I guess you mean "Tavaszi Szel" (= Spring Wind) :) Took me time to figure it out :)
This is a traditional Hungarian song, and AFAIK Freddie only sang it on the Budapest concert! And he did it beautifully!
Yeah, and do make me choose between Teo Torriate and Las Palabras Del Amor :)
IMHO the best foreign verses are in the best song ever written,Bohemian Rhapsody and they are in italian!
The "Galileo,Galileo's","Magnifico" but most of all "Oh Mamma Mia,Mamma Mia,Mamma Mia let me go!"
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Then why did Queen only play once in Italy (1984)?