White Queen (As It Began)

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  1. "White Queen (As It Began)" is a song by British rock band Queen. It is composed by lead guitarist Brian May. It is the third track on their second studio album Queen II (), recorded on August at Trident Studios, foefredilicdenidotsoiwaranbioti.coinfo: Hard rock, progressive rock.
  2. Lyrics to 'White Queen (As It Began)' by Queen. So sad her eyes smiling dark eyes So sad her eyes as it began On such a breathless night as this Upon my brow the lightest kiss I walked alone.
  3. White Queen (As It Began) # Some Day One Day # The Loser in the End # Ogre Battle # The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke # Nevermore # The March of the Black Queen # Funny How Love Is # The Seven Seas of Rhye # Brighton Rock # Killer Queen # Tenement Funster # Flick of the Wrist #
  4. The best example of this tendency on the album is "White Queen (As It Began)," a lilting ballad that has become a cult favorite amongst many Queen aficionados. The lyrics create a somber mood as they mourn a graceful woman who is no longer around: "Dear friend, goodbye/No tears in my eyes/So sad it ends/As it began.".
  5. General CommentBrian May himself quoted that White Queen could be both/either the beginning and/or the end of March of the Black Queen. It doesn't matter who wrote what. It doesn't matter who wrote what.2/5(1).
  6. Jul 31,  · White Queen (As It Began) follows, and is probably one of Brian's most startling and poignant ballads ever, before leading into the self-sung Some Day, One Day, which makes mention of misty castles and potential queen-hood; this faerytale adventure would be further explored in Label: EMI.
  7. as it began on such a breathless night as this upon my brow the lightest kiss i walked alone and all around the air did say my lady soon will stir this way in sorrow known the white queen walks and the night grows pale stars of lovingmess in her hair needing - unheard pleading - one word so sad my eyes she cannot see how did thee fare, what Ratings: 1.
  8. As it began On such a breathless night as this Upon my brow the lightest kiss I walked alone And all around the air did say My lady soon will stir this way In sorrow known The white queen walks and The night grows pale Stars of lovingmess in her hair Needing - unheard Pleading - one word So sad my eyes She cannot see How did thee fare, what.

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