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  1. Written By Queen. Mastered by Eddy Schreyer. Mixed By Brian Malouf. Recorded By Reinhold Mack. Performer [Queen Are] John Deacon, Roger Taylor, Freddie Mercury & .
  2. Bernard Hennin No. Not the Queen song.: D A totally catchy piece of funky electro weirdness Favorite track: Who Wants To Live Forever.
  3. Gem of an album. My personal favorite is "Who Wants to Live Forever," very apt for the movie "Highlander" it was written for. Brings back lots of 80's memories. I thought I misheard Freddie Mercury sing "fried chicken" at the end of "One Vision" twenty years /5().
  4. Who Wants To Live Forever. Written by Brian May. Recording information by Philipp ([email protected]) Recorded in late at The Townhouse and Abbey Road. Released in May on the album A Kind Of Magic and in September as a single. General: An .
  5. rows · Length "Who Wants to Live Forever" is a song by the English rock band Queen. The .
  6. Who Wants to Live Forever Lyrics: There's no time for us / There's no place for us / What is this thing that builds our dreams, yet slips away from us / Who wants to live forever / Who wants to.
  7. “Who Wants to Live Forever” was composed by May and sung in the album version as a duet between himself and Mercury. Synths parts are played on a Yamaha DX-7 by May, and the orchestra was.
  8. "Why Can't We Live Together" is a song by Timmy Thomas from the album Why Can't We Live Together. The song is notable for being recorded in mono; its sparse, stripped-down production, features a Lowrey organ, bossa nova-style percussion from an early rhythm machine, and Thomas's passionate, soulful vocal. Thomas recorded a demo at Dukoff Recording Studios in North Miami, Florida, with Bill.
  9. Album · · 51 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 51 Songs. Sign In For You Who Wants To Live Forever. 9. Heaven For Everyone. 7.

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