Revealed: Queen's greatest song as voted by Belfast Telegraph readers
Queen rocked the SSE Arena in Belfast over the weekend with US singer Adam Lambert, prompting the Belfast Telegraph to pose the age old question - what 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.
And with so many iconic songs to chose from over the decades, the issue has always been a hot debate among fans.
But which is the best?
- Poll: What is the greatest Queen song of all time?
- Pictured: Queen and Lambert rock Belfast with perfect tributes to Freddie Mercury
Well, you voted in your thousands and the results are in:
The greatest Queen song of all time is Bohemian Rhapsody with a staggering 49% of the vote.
Arguably their best-known hit, the classic track was released in 1975 from the album album A Night at the Opera.
The nearest competition for the title was the 1976 song Somebody To Love with 12% of the vote.
Results in full
- Bohemian Rhapsody - 49%
- Somebody To Love - 12%
- Who Wants To Live Forever - 9%
- Don't Stop Me Now - 8%
- Under Pressure - 6%
- Killer Queen - 5%
- I Want To Break Free - 4%
- We Will Rock You - 3%
- Radio Ga Ga - 3%
- Another One Bites The Dust - 1%
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