"Soul Brother" as written by John Deacon, Brian Harold May, Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor....
God bless my soul here he comes now
The man with the most how does he do it?
Sure he's got style he's so heavy
He's a trip can do anything
Anything anything
He's my soul brother

He's my best friend he's my champion
And he will rock you rock you rock you
'Cause he's the saviour of the universe
He can make you keep yourself alive
Make yourself alive
Ooh brother cause he's somebody somebody
He can love
He's my soul brother

Whan you're under pressure feeling under pressure
Yeah pressure yeah pressure
He won't let you down
Whan you're under pressure
Oh feeling under pressure yeah pressure
So he won't let you down
He won't he won't he won't let you down
He can do anything anything anything
He's my soul brother

Yea ah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
Ooh soul brother anything (soul brother)
Anything (soul brother) anything (soul brother)
He's my soul brother brother brother brother brother
Anything (soul brother) anything (soul brother)
He's my soul brother

Soul brother he can do anything
He can do anything
'Cause he's my soul brother

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"Soul Brother" as written by Freddie Mercury Brian May

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    General CommentB-side to Under Pressure.
    This is a very raw, loose song with some nice heavy guitar riffs. The words seem very off-the-cuff, using phrases from past songs to describe a gay lover, I think. I like the casual feel. It sounds like a live take with no overdubs.
    j_son May 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWell, I just listened to it and there are 2 guitars in some places, and some backing vocals that may be multitracked. I'm just correcting my claim of "no overdubs" above.
    Anyway, I like this song. It's fun.
    j_son May 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah it´s good song
    TheOlsnaon May 19, 2007   Link

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