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8 thoughts on “ Seven Seas Of Rhye ”

  1. Writer (s): Freddie Mercury. "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" ().
  2. Seven Seas Of Rhye Lyrics by Paul Rodgers at Lyrics On Demand. Seven Seas Of Rhye Lyrics by Paul Rodgers. Paul Rodgers Lyrics Seven Seas Of Rhye Lyrics. Fear me you lord and lady preachers I descend upon your earth from the skies I command your very souls you unbelievers Bring before me .
  3. Queen. Seven Seas of Rhye. Written by Freddie Mercury. Track 11 from Queen II. Queen's first top ten chart entry. Fear me you lord and lady preachers I descend upon your earth from the skies I command your very souls you unbelievers Bring before me what is mine The seven seas of Rhye Can you hear me you peers and privy councillors I stand before you naked to the eyes I will destroy any man who.
  4. Seven Seas of Rhye is a spritely, tone poem that can easily lull you into a fantasy world that a Hugo/Nebula Award winner would revel in. The upper register piano work and Mercury's eloquent vocals mesh together to give you a musical solace that transcends the attempts of Jethro Tull, ELO and TransSiberian Orchestra to do similar things/5(11).
  5. Seven Seas of Rhye" is a song by English rock group Queen. Written by Queen front-man Freddie Mercury, it is the final track on both the group's debut album Queen () and its follow-up Queen II () with a much less-developed instrumental version was featured on the former.
  6. Queen ‎– Seven Seas Of Rhye Label: EMI ‎– EMI Format: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM Country: Sweden Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Classic Rock. Tracklist Hide Credits. A: Seven Seas Of Rhye 5/5(1).
  7. Seven Seas Of Rhye bass tab by Queen with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
  8. Jessica from Carlsbad, Ca According to Wikipedia, the song's about a fantasy world from Freddie's childhood called Rhye. And apparently, it had seven seas. And apparently, it had seven seas. One of my personal Queen favorites.

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