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Big Bad Caused A Mighty Fine Sensation

Released by Queen in 1974
From the Album: Sheer Heart Attack |

This version of Big Bad Caused A Mighty Fine Sensation was released by Queen in 1974.

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Gone and got himself elected president
(We want Leroy for President)

Next time, you gotta hit a bitty baddy
weather
This time, like a shimmy, shammy leather
He’s a big boy, bad boy, Leroy
I don’t care where you get him from

Bring that big bad Leroy back
Want him back


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The lyrics to Big Bad Caused A Mighty Fine Sensation are the words, verses and chorus for the song released by Queen in 1974. Elements of the lyrics to Big Bad Caused A Mighty Fine Sensation are both direct in meaning and also metaphorical with the real meanings of the song only known by Queen and any collaborating writers working on the lyrics for Big Bad Caused A Mighty Fine Sensation back when it was created.

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