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The introduction is played on an electronic keyboard and is assisted by cymbals, drums and a guitar (Red Special).The extended version lasts 7 minutes 16 seconds and features longer introduction and ending.This incident however puzzled and disappointed the singer.After the release of The Works, the song was performed at almost all of Queen's live concerts.It lasts until , and the remaining minute contains fragments of other songs from The Works.The extended version was mostly distributed as 12-inch vinyl records and then reissued on the CD of The Works in 1991.
The single was received very positively over most of the world except for North America.In April 1984, it became number 3 in the United Kingdom, and was within the top 10 in many European and Latin American countries, but only peaked at number 45 on the US charts. The ban was lifted in 1991 when the song was aired on VH1's My Generation two-part episode devoted to Queen hosted by guitarist Brian May.According to May in an interview about Queen's Greatest Hits, whereas the video was understood and taken as a joke in UK, the US audience failed to see the soap-opera connection and might have interpreted the video as an open declaration of transvestism and Mercury's bisexuality, which could explain why the video was banned in that country.) is a song by the British rock band Queen, originally from their eleventh album The Works (1984).Written by bass guitarist John Deacon, it was distributed as a single on 7-inch and 12-inch vinyl records and 3-inch and 5-inch CDs.
The song is largely known for its music video for which all the band members dressed in women's clothes, a concept proposed by Roger Taylor, which parodied the long-running ITV soap opera Coronation Street.