Seven Seas of Rhye" is a song by the British rock band Queen. It was primarily written by Freddie Mercury, with Brian May contributing the second middle-eight. A rudimentary instrumental version appears as the final track on the group's debut album Queen (1973), with the final version on the follow-up Queen II (1974).
About Seven Seas of Rhye. The song ends with a group of people singing I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside, a popular British music hall song. Seven Seas of Rhye" Track Info.
Seven Seas of Rhye" is Queen's third single. An instrumental version of this song appears as the final track on the band's debut album "Queen" (1973). An expanded rendition of this song, included on the album "Queen II", was premiered during Queen's appearance on Top of the Pops on the 21st of February 1974. The "Queen II" version of this track is the earliest-released song on their "Greatest Hits" album. The song became their first chart entry peaking at number 10 on the UK Singles Chart.
Download and listen free to Queen - Seven Seas Of Rhye. Download MP3 or another format to your phone or computer. Can you hear me you peers and privvy counselors I stand before you naked to the eyes I will destroy any man who dares abuse my trust I swear that you'll be mine Seven seas of Rhye. Sister - I live and lie for you Mister - do and I'll die You are mine I possess you I belong to you forever. Storm the master-marathon I'll fly through By flash and thunder-fire I'll survive Then I'll defy the laws of nature and come out alive Then I'll get you. Begone with you - you shod and shady senators Give out the good, leave out the bad.
A track from their second album, this was Queen's first entry on the UK singles chart. Brian May in Q magazine, March 2008, said: "Our first breakthrough, made with the idea that if radio was going to play it, everything had to explode. As the song fades out, part of a British seaside song called "Oh, I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside" is sung.
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|A||Seven Seas Of Rhye
Written-By – Mercury*
|B||See What A Fool I've Been
Written-By – May*
- Producer – Queen, Roy Thomas Baker
|2C 008-95241||Queen||Seven Seas Of Rhye (7", Single)||EMI||2C 008-95241||France||1974|
|8E 006-95241 MF||Queen||Seven Seas Of Rhye (7", Single)||EMI||8E 006-95241 MF||Portugal||1974|
|P-1314E||Queen||輝ける7つの海 = The Seven Seas Of Rhye (7", Single)||Elektra||P-1314E||Japan||1974|
|EMI 2121||Queen||Seven Seas Of Rhye (7", Single)||EMI||EMI 2121||Finland||1974|
|EMI 2121||Queen||Seven Seas Of Rhye (7", Single, Promo)||EMI||EMI 2121||UK||1974|