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Poll: What is the greatest Queen song of all time?

Queen + Adam Lambert are set to perform in Belfast this weekend sparking the age old debate - which is the greatest Queen song of all time?

With the late, great Freddie Mercury fronting the iconic rock band, Queen dominated the music industry for years and have left a legacy of numerous anthems for fans to enjoy.

But which is the best? Many have spent hours arguing the case for Bohemian Rhapsody or We Will Rock You, but what about Radio Ga Ga or Under Pressure?

Take a look through our list of 10 greatest Queen songs and decide for yourself which is the best:

Bohemian Rhapsody

Arguably their best-known hit, Bohemian Rhapsody was released in 1975 from the album album A Night at the Opera.

Don't Stop Me Now

Written by Freddie Mercury, Don't Stop Me Now was released as a single in 1979 from their 1978 album Jazz.

Somebody To Love

This track was released in 1976 from the album A Day at the Races, reaching number 2 in the UK singles chart.

Under Pressure

Written and recorded with David Bowie, Under Pressure was released in 1981 and headed straight to number one in the UK.

I Want To Break Free

Released in 1984 from Queen's eleventh album The Works, I Want To Break Free is best known for its music video which sees the group dressed as women and was reportedly inspired by Coronation Street.

We Will Rock You

Written by Brian May, We Will Rock You was included on the 1977 album News of the World. It was released as a single alongside We Are The Champions.

Another One Bites The Dust

Another One Bites The Dust was written by bassist John Deacon and was included in the group's 1980 album The Game.

Killer Queen

From their 1974 album Sheer Heart Attack, Killer Queen was written by Freddie Mercury and marked their first big hit in the US.

Who Wants To Live Forever

Released in 1986, Who Wants To Live Forever was written by Brian May and featured on the soundtrack to the film Highlander. It was also included on the band's album, A Kind of Magic.

Radio Ga Ga

Written by Roger Taylor, the track was released in 1984 from their album The Works.

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