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Queen - Spread Your Wings flac album

MP3 1973 mb. | FLAC 1804 mb. | WMA 1670 mb.

Performer: Queen
Title: Spread Your Wings
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: WMA AIFF VQF MOD AUD RA AA

News of the World is the sixth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 28 October 1977 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. News of the World was the band's second album to be recorded at Sarm West and Wessex Studios, London, and engineered by Mike Stone, and was co-produced by the band and Stone.

Spread Your Wings" is a ballad by the rock band Queen, from their 1977 album News of the World. Written by bassist John Deacon, it was released as the A-side of the single "Spread Your Wings"/"Sheer Heart Attack" in 1978. The track features Freddie Mercury on the piano and vocals, Brian May on the electric guitar, Roger Taylor on the drums, and John Deacon on the bass and acoustic guitars. A live version of the song appears in the band's 1979 album Live Killers

Sammy was low Just watching the show Over and over again Knew it was time He'd made up his mind To leave his dead life behind His boss said to him "Boy you'd better begin To get those crazy notions right out of your head Sammy who do you think that you are? You should've been sweeping up the Emerald Bar".

Features Song Lyrics for Queen's Spread Your Wings album. Spread Your Wings Lyrics. 2. Sheer Heart Attack Lyrics. Queen Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

Spread Your Wings (оригинал Queen). Расправь свои крылья (перевод Elvensmile из Самары). So honey) spread you wings and fly away, (Ну же, милый) расправь свои крылья и улетай, Fly away, far away. Spread your little wings and fly away, Расправь свои крылышки и улетай, Fly away, far away.

Complete your Queen collection. Originally released February 10, 1978 and taken from the "News Of The World" album. This grouping assembles all single releases of "Spread Your Wings" backed with "Sheer Heart Attack" or derivatives thereof.

Album: News Of The World (1977). Charted: 34. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. The ground was covered in snow and ice, and the band was noticeably uncomfortable.

Spread your little wings and fly away Fly away, far away. Pull yourself together, 'Cause you know you should do better, That's because you're a free man. He spends his evenings alone, In his hotelroom. Sammy, boy don't you know who you are? Why can't you be happy, At the Emerald bar? (So honey) spread you wings and fly away, Fly away, far away. Spread your little wings and fly away, Fly away, far away

Spread Your Wings" was written by bass player John Deacon for Queen's 1977 album News Of The World, and was released as the A side of the single Spread Your Wings/Sheer Heart Attack in 1978. It is a rock ballad, featuring Deacon on bass and acoustic guitar, Freddie Mercury on piano and vocals, Brian May on lead guitar and Roger Taylor on drums. He knew it was time, he'd made up his mind, to leave his dead life behind. His boss sai. ead the full lyrics for Spread Your Wings. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Spread Your Wings
Written-By – Deacon*
B Sheer Heart Attack
Written-By – Taylor*

Credits

  • Musical Assistance – Mike Stone
  • Producer – Queen

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMI 2757 Queen Spread Your Wings ‎(7", Single, Kno) EMI EMI 2757 UK 1978
8E 006 60 476 G Queen Spread Your Wings ‎(7", Single) EMI 8E 006 60 476 G Portugal 1978
EMI 2757 Queen Spread Your Wings ‎(7", Single) EMI EMI 2757 Ireland 1978
3C 006-60476 Queen Spread Your Wings / Sheer Heart Attack ‎(7", Single) EMI 3C 006-60476 Italy 1978
2C 008 60476, 2C 008 - 60.476 Queen Spread Your Wings ‎(7", Single, Inj) EMI, EMI 2C 008 60476, 2C 008 - 60.476 France 1978