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Timeless and classic rock songs are everyone’s favorite tunes. Classic songs such as “MonyMony” and “Thunderstruck” are some of the common tunes performed in school dances and wedding receptions. The songs resonate among many generations.

However, here is a song that has been adapted to many instruments. 42 years later; the song still entices the masses despite the odd lyrics.

Queen’s lead singer Freddie Mercury is famous for writing “Bohemian Rhapsody”. The song has chilling harmonies, varying tunes, and a wicked guitar stanza that makes everyone jams out!

The song is six minutes long and Freddie incorporated a wide array of styles making the song a masterpiece. The song was a huge success after its first release. In 1992 following Mercury’s death, the song climbed to the top of the chart. It is one of the greatest rock n roll songs ever released.

There are many versions of the song but you have probably not heard this version before. The song was played on a 100-year-old fairground organ. The organ creates a chilling, haunting yet mesmerizing sound.

Listen and hear it yourself and let us know what you think.

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