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|"Spread Your Wings"|
|Single by Queen|
|from the album News of the World|
|B-side||Sheer Heart Attack|
|Released||10 February 1978|
|Recorded||1977 at Sarm West and Wessex Studios|
|Label||EMI, Elektra (US)|
|Producer||Queen, assisted by Mike Stone|
|Queen singles chronology|
"Spread Your Wings" is a rock ballad by Queen, from their 1977 album News of the World. Written by bassist John Deacon, it was released as the A side of the single Spread Your Wings/Sheer Heart Attack in 1978. It features Deacon on guitar and bass, Freddie Mercury on piano and vocals, Brian May on guitar and Roger Taylor on drums. A live version of the song appears in the band's 1979 album Live Killers. The song peaked at number 34 in the UK.
The song is in 4/4 meter, and starts with a simple piano motif in D. It is written in D Major, then modulating up to D's relative minor, B minor in the bridge, coming down to D in the chorus.
The lyrics of the song describe a troubled young man named Sammy who works at The Emerald Bar, sweeping the floor. The narrator (Mercury) of the song encourages Sammy to pursue his dreams, telling him to "spread your wings and fly away".
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