Queen – Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon Piano Sheet Music

In Queen’s Greatest Hits, “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon” is very similar to the Queen song “Seaside Rendezvous”. One of Queen’s earlier songs, it was released in 1974. It was Queen’s first hit single not used in a film soundtrack.

The main riff of this song is played with two pianos and John Deacon on bass. The song was written by Freddie Mercury, and the lyrics were inspired by the Sunday newspapers.

The music video for “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon” was filmed at Bray Studios in Berkshire, England and it features Queen performing the song in a mock-up of a conservatory.

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