"Fun It" as written by and Roger Meddows Taylor....
Everybody in the mornin'
Should do a good turn all right
Everybody in the night time
Should have a good time all night
Now we got a movement
Don't shun it fun it
Can't you see now you're movin' free?
Get some fun join our dynasty
Can't you tell when we get it down?
You're the one you're the best in town

Hey everybody everybody gonna have a good time tonight
Just shakin' the soles of your feet
Everybody everybody gonna have a good time tonight

That's the only soul you'll ever meet

They say that movin' the body's right it's all right
That's the only one part of bein' alive all right all right

Groove on out groove on up OK
Do your thing do your thing your way
Get your kicks get you tricks with me
Get up and dance honey fun's for free

Hey everybody everybody gonna have a good time tonight
Just shakin' the soles of your feet
Everybody gonna have a good time tonight time tonight
Time tonight

That's the only soul you'll ever meet

Don't shun it fun it
Don't shun it fun it
Don't shun it fun it


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"Fun It" as written by Roger Taylor

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    General CommentThis song is so shitty and disco-ey. It sucks alot. Cheesy as fuck, did they expect cunts to dance to this shit? I suppose the guitar is ok in it.
    wow thats awesomeon December 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI rather like this song...not one of Roger's best, but it's alright. Very upbeat, like (most of) the rest of the album. But what on earth does "fun it" mean?
    TheYipskeeon January 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlol... its roger. it doenst have to make sence. and shouldnt be expected to.
    Miss_Anieon January 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell, you know what? You say black I say white... I love this song. Roger's songs generally suck, but I love this one. I love the drums, I love to make fun of Roger's vocals (even though the best song to do so is "I'm in love with my car" of course) and... it's appealing to me, I love the way Freddie sings it, like "Staying power", when he takes this sexy tone, almost whispering sometimes, I love it.
    And about the meaning well... yeah it's about partying... Roger always put lots of imagination into his lyrics. (Ok I like Radio Gaga, but it's not as deep as Brian or Freddie's texts, far from it.)
    Ouraniaon September 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentRoger's songs aren't the best in Queen, but I don't dislike this song. I just don't feel strongly about it either way. It's probbly Queen's interpretation of disco, just like Sheer Heart Attack was a reaction Punk.
    rotherhamkidon December 23, 2006   Link
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    General Comment*to punk*
    rotherhamkidon December 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI actually like this song...I love how the vocals go between Freddie and Roger=)...I like all of Roger's songs, they're fun, and even if they don't make sense, they shouldn't have to; Freddie and Brian were the songwriting masters in the band. *nods*
    FairyFelleron March 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentDisco-ey? This is funk! And dare I say, it sounds to me like this song is a pre-cursor to perhaps their biggest hit "Another One Bites the Dust". You have to admire Queen for doing any style of music they wanted to do, and generally excelling at it.
    yada3on November 18, 2011   Link

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