I remember reading on the internet awhile back a interview with Jim Hutton (or maybe it was Peter Freestone) about Freddie Mercury. It was from the time he met Freddie till he died (now that I think of it, Im pretty sure it was Hutton) I was a long interview, 3 very large pages if I remember correctly. Does anyone have this or know where it is. I wish to read it again and pass it on. Please let me know. Thanks!
Of course you're not, I cried too. And believe me, it's not the first time. I cried after watching the Wembley DVD too. I just felt that it was a huge loss, after watching him in action.
I'm very sensitive.
I feel so deprived i never got to go to a Queen show with freddie.
its not like i didnt know it was coming, but i cried like a baby. Same happened when i read the Definitive Biography. Its a huge loss
Well in a sense we knew him through his music. And i know what its like to lose someone close that you love, and those not so close to you but you love anyways i.e friends grandparents or w/e.
If you feel a closeness to something, when its gone, you really feel the loss and sadness.
But i do agree hed want us happy, and i am always happy when i listen to his music. But its sad when we are reminded hes not longer here.
LONG LIVE FREDDIE MERCURY!
WE LOVE AND MISS YOU!
Yes. I too cry. And i feel strange every time i cry for a man i never met, or even got to see in person as i was only 2 when he sadly left this world.
I dont know, its just a huge loss. I feel as if some how i knew him. (i know im probably gonna catch a lot of flack from people for saying that here)