Ooh yeah, ha, yeah
Take me to the room where the red's all red
Take me out of my head,'s what I said
Yeah, ow
Hey, take me to the room where the green's all green
And from what I've seen it's hot, it's mean

Gonna use my stack
It's gotta be Mack
Gonna get me on the track
Got a dragon on my back

Take me to the room where the beat's all round
Gonna eat that sound yeah yeah yeah yeah
Take me to the room where the black's all white
And the white's all black, take me back to the shack shack

She don't take no prisoners
She gonna give me the business
Got a dragon on my back
Hey it's a dragon attack

Get down, I said so, wooh
Hey hey, alright, yeah, oh yeah eah eah eah

Low down, she don't take no prisoners
Go down, she gonna give me the business
No time, yeah chained to the rack
Show time, got a dragon on my back
Show down, go find another customer
Slow down, I gotta make my way
From me yeah oh
Oh wrong way yeah
Oh wrong way
Oh look out

Lyrics submitted by f_mercury

Dragon Attack Lyrics as written by Brian May

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  • +2
    General CommentDRAGON ATTACK! contains one of my favorite guitar solos of all time :]
    yourrnameherreon January 08, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentA great song to listen to when stoned and drunk! It almost sounds like it's a black funk rock band playing and singing it.
    jokingkongon May 21, 2007   Link
  • +2
    General CommentThe dragon on his back (May's) is his guitar. He's about to go onstage and can't wait to make it breathe fire and roar!!
    williamkferroon March 23, 2014   Link
  • +1
    General CommentFunkiest thing Brian May ever wrote, brilliant live.
    Weave30on January 16, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthey ozonefiller I never thought of it like that! Wow! That makes so much more sense! Thanks! x x x
    mercury_girl86on March 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeah, but like most Queen songs, Freddie didn't write it. People always seem to attribute all of the good Queen songs to Freddie. They shared song writing duties. Brian May wrote this song. It's about a love of music.

    "Take me to the room where the beat's all round" The studio. This was written during the time when they were losing their fans because they weren't playing "Bohemian Rhapsody" type music, this was a new sound for them.

    Go down- Gonna give me the business (fans screaming 'play Bohemian Rhapsody!')

    Low down- Gonna give me the business (people giving them a hard time about changing their style)

    Showtime- Got a Dragon on my back (their past, people wanted them to play the old stuff, but they have to change as artists)

    Showdown- Go find another customer (It's time for a new audience)
    dengeiston February 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentGonna use my stack
    It's gotta be Mack

    Marshall speaker stacks, perhaps?

    Anyway - I love the bass on this one.
    Paul364486on March 28, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThat's one helluva guitar track. I think the best word to describe the guitar work is 'searing'. And no its not about heroin
    kexpseattleon October 08, 2016   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song cracks me up because it is obvious Brian was just bringing up things around him for the lyrics. There was no deep meaning. The song was more about the groove and melody than the lyrics. They were in Munich recording with Mack. He mentions the studio, his amp stack, Mack, the Sugar Shack (a place they would go clubbing in Munich), and any reference to "she" is his Red Special. The dragon on his back was literal. Many of Brian's stage clothes had dragons on them, including black jacket he wore casually and white vest he wore on stage with a literal dragon on the back.
    GeoWhovianon August 30, 2019   Link
  • 0
    General Comment^^ I meant in the breakdown before the bass kicks in.
    dcaton December 12, 2005   Link

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