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"Bohemian Rhapsody" was a song by Queen [source needed] that, in a parallel world, Wilfred Mott, Donna Noble, Sylvia Noble, Rocco Colasanto and everyone else living at number 29 on a street in Leeds sang in 2009 on the night that all ATMOS cars emitted gas. They also sang "The Wild Rover" that same night.
Its lyrics included:
- I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me.
- He's just a poor boy from a poor family.
- Spare him his life from this monstrosity.
- Easy come easy go. Will you let me go?
- Bismillah! No—
Behind the scenes Edit
- The operatic part of the song that begins "I see a little silhouette of a man..." has been featured in the gag reels for both Series 2 of Doctor Who ("sung" by a group of Sycorax), and Series 2 of Torchwood (sung by John Barrowman, Naoko Mori, Burn Gorman and Freema Agyeman).
- Russell Tovey likened the Second Doctor's forced near-regeneration sequence at the end of The War Games to Bohemian Rhapsody's famous music video during his narration of The Ultimate Guide.