The Millionaire Waltz

Album: A Day At The Races (1976)
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  • Bring out the charge of the love brigade
    There is spring in the air once again
    Drink to the sound of the song parade
    There is music and love everywhere
    Give a little love to me (I want it)
    Take a little love from me, I want to share it with you
    I feel like a millionaire

    Once we were mad, we were happy
    We spent all our days holding hands together
    Do you remember, my love?
    How we danced and played
    In the rain we laid
    Wish that we could stay there, forever and ever

    Now I am sad
    You are so far away
    I sit counting the hours day by day
    Come back to me, how I long for your love
    Come back to me - be happy like we used to be
    Come back, come back to me
    Come back, come back to me - aah
    Oh, come back to me, oh my love
    How I long for your love - won't you come back to me, yeah
    My fine friend - take me wiz you unt love me forever
    My fine friend - forever - forever

    Bring out the charge of the love brigade
    There is spring in the air once again
    Drink to the sound of the song parade
    There is music and love everywhere
    Give a little love to me (I want it)
    Take a little love from me, I want to share it with you

    Come back, come back to me - make me feel
    You make me feel like a millionaire Writer/s: FREDDIE MERCURY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Joe from Grants Pass, OrSeems to me, that Freddie really could not have done this song with anyone else but his bandmates !!!
  • Jfv from Philadelphia, PaDuring live performances of this song, the percussion "triangle" is a single stroke played by bassist, John Deacon. Deacon also plays some of his most prominent bass lines on this song. With the exception of songs like "Another One Bites The Dust" and "Dragon Attack", most of Deacon's bass lines were quite understated in the sense that in the production mix they tended to remain in the background. (4/16/08)
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