There's a lot of debate about the true meaning behind "Bohemian Rhapsody," a mock-opera by the band Queen. But here's what we do know. When released as a single, the song was paired with "I'm In Love With My Car" as a b-side, thereby making Queen that much more awesome. The general structure of the song points to someone who has accidentally murdered a person and then sold his soul to the devil. In prison, he seeks guidance from God and finds, with the help of the angels, his soul. Hmm... something about to be murdered? What connections could be drawn from that?
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