Coming Soon

Album: The Game (1980)
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  • Ooh
    Oh Oh Oh
    I get some headaches when I hit the heights
    Like in the morning after crazy nights
    Like some mother in law in her nylon tights
    They're always
    They're always
    They're always
    They're always
    Coming soon
    Coming soon on the outside of the tracks
    You take 'em
    The same old babies with the same old toys
    The neighbors screaming when the noise annoys
    Somebody naggin' you when you're out with the boys
    They're always
    They're always
    They're always
    They're always
    Coming soon
    Coming soon on the outside of the track

    They're always
    They're always
    They're always
    They're always
    Coming soon
    Coming soon on the outside of the track
    Coming soon
    Coming soon on the outside of the track
    Yeah yeah yeah Writer/s: Roger Taylor
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Valerie from Eureka, CaI guess I'm not on this site a lot...but I love Queen. They could do no wrong...but Ira, Ira, Ira, where was your head when you wrote your comment???? Coming Soon is a super good song. It's got very driving, powerful music and great lyrics. Maybe you didn't listen very much to it, what do you think?
    Valerie Eureka, Ca
  • AnonymousWeak period in Queens history?? The Game spawned some of their biggest hits EVER. Play The Game, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST!!! Come on Ira, think before you type.
  • Anna from Ann Arbor, MiWhat? I love this song!
    And I don't know,
    I mean, your interpretation makes sense,
    but for whatever reason,
    I don't see this as a sexual song.
    Whatever.
    I think it's a great song, anyway.
  • Ira from San Francisco, CaThis was never a good song, from a fairly weak period in Queen's history. Seems to be about Roger's astonishing sexual prowess. He's a little flustered at the task of sleeping with so many women, but at least they're all "coming soon." Or so he would have us believe.
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