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Killer Queen Lyrics

She keeps her Moet et Chandon
In her pretty cabinet
'Let them eat cake' she says
Just like Marie Antoinette
A built-in remedy
For Kruschev and Kennedy
At anytime an invitation
You can't decline

Caviar and cigarettes
Well versed in etiquette
Extraordinarily nice

She's a Killer Queen
Gunpowder, gelatine,
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime

Recommended at the price
Insatiable in appetite
Wanna try?

To avoid complications
She never kept the same address
In conversation
She spoke just like a baroness
Met a man from China,
Went down to Geishah Minah,
Then again incidentally
If you're that way inclined

Perfume came naturally from Paris
For cars she couldn't care less
Fastidious and precise

She's a Killer Queen
Gunpowder, gelatine,
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime

Drop of a hat she's as willing as
Playful as a p*ssy cat
Then momentarily out of action
Temporarily out of gas
To absolutely drive you wild, wild
She's all out to get you

She's a Killer Queen
Gunpowder, gelatine,
Dynamite with a laser beam
Guaranteed to blow your mind
Anytime

Recommended at the price
Insatiable an appetite
Wanna try?
You wanna try

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Songwriter(s): Queen, Freddie Mercury, MERCURY FREDERICK
Record Label(s): 2011 Hollywood Records, Inc
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Meaning to "Killer Queen" song lyrics (34 meanings)
anonymous May 1, 2011-18:51
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I like the line where he mentions Khrushchev and Kennedy. Doing Cuban Missile Crisis for project in school so its funny to me.
Mr. French Revolution September 21, 2009-15:30
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So, the word in the first chorus is NOT 'gelatine' the way every internet site has it written. It's 'guillotine', the execution device used in revolutionary era France to chop off people's heads.
JP April 22, 2014-18:04
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Freddie is referencing oral s.e.x. when he says "geisha minah". It's a term that's been useful oral s.e.x. Also, watch what he does with his left index finger during the official music video for the song. He motions his left hand slowly down the microphone stand and points down to his crotch while singing the words 'geisha minah'.......
Anom. February 22, 2012-21:09
0

It's OK if they spelled something something wrong. Get over it or use a different site it's not that hard
Z May 12, 2011-19:39
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Queen's official website lists the lyric as gelatine all three times. Arguing about verifiable facts is quite lame.
redjulep April 23, 2011-10:52
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Definitely 'turpentine'. If you LISTEN, you can hear 'gelatin' clearly the first time and 'turpentine' the next two times.
lowkey January 5, 2011-21:21
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In the first iteration of the chorus, Freddie says, 'gunpowder, gelatine,' but listen closely in the 2nd and 3rd iteration he says 'garrote wire and turpentine.'
Vladimir R February 7, 2010-13:04
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Oohh really ?? I am very much frightened to discover how stupidity is taking over the world, I mean in politics, business, music, medicine, everything...
g ur rite January 12, 2010-20:10
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ur rite Mr. French Revolution. It didn't think it was gelentine. I actually thought it was 'ingenity' which i now relize isnt evin a word. DOI!!!
Wilbur the cat January 17, 2014-7:17
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Freddie sings "gelatine" but gelatine is actually not flammable: it's is an animal by-product (powdered collagen). He might have meant "glycerine" which is most definitely flammable but doesn't rhyme with "killer queen". But who cares?! It's still one of the best early Queen songs! :)
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