Killer Queen Lyrics

Queen


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Freddie Mercury
album: Track 2 in album Sheer Heart Attack
release date: 1974-11-1
popularity : 219 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Hard Rock/Pop Rock/Glam/Arena Rock/Classic Rock
length: 3:01
producer: Queen and Roy Thomas Baker
composer: Freddie Mercury
lyricist: Freddie Mercury

Cover Art

Queen Sheer Heart Attack cover art
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She keeps her Moet et Chandon
In her pretty cabinet
'Let them eat cake' she says
Just like Marie Antoinette
A built-in remedy
For Kruschev and Kennedy
At anytime an invitation
You can't decline

Caviar and cigarettes
Well versed in etiquette
Extraordinarily nice

She's a Killer Queen
Gunpowder, gelatin
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime
Ooh, recommended at the price
Insatiable an appetite
Wanna try ?

To avoid complications
She never kept the same address
In conversation
She spoke just like a baroness
Met a man from China
Went down to Geisha Minah
(Killer, killer, she's a killer Queen)
Then again incidentally
If you're that way inclined

Perfume came naturally from Paris (naturally)
For cars she couldn't care less
Fastidious and precise

She's a Killer Queen
Gunpowder, gelatin
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime

Drop of a hat she's as willing as
Playful as a ***** cat
Then momentarily out of action
Temporarily out of gas
To absolutely drive you wild, wild
She's all out to get you

She's a Killer Queen
Gunpowder, gelatin
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime

Ooh, recommended at the price
Insatiable an appetite
Wanna try ?
You wanna try


Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Brighton Rock
  • 2 Killer Queen
  • 3 Tenement Funster
  • 4 Flick of the Wrist
  • 5 Lily of the Valley
  • 6 Now I’m Here
  • 7 In the Lap of the Gods
  • 8 Stone Cold Crazy
  • 9 Dear Friends
  • 10 Misfire
  • 11 Bring Back That Leroy Brown
  • 12 She Makes Me (Stormtrooper in Stilettos)
  • 13 In the Lap of the Gods… Revisited