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The fact that Bowie was again starting to yearn for pop hits after his arty excursions in Berlin, coupled with Queen's desire to regain the chart heights they hadn't seen since Bohemian Rhapsody, gave this number one smash an even greater air of drama. Keep up with the fast paced lyrics, sound precocious, and most importantly, have fun.
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