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Now I'm Here
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Single by Queen from Sheer Heart Attack
Released 1974
Genre Hard Rock
Label EMI
Lyrics



Queen Single Chronology
Last single Killer Queen/Flick Of The Wrist (1974)
This single Now I'm Here (1974)
Next single Lily Of The Valley (1974)
Sheer Heart Attack Chronology
Last track Lily Of The Valley
This track Now I'm Here
Next track In The Lap Of The Gods
 "Now I'm Here" is a song by the British rock band Queen. The sixth song on their third album, Sheer Heart Attack, it was written by lead guitarist Brian May while hospitalized and recalls the group's early tour supporting Mott the Hoople, it was recorded during the last week of the sessions, with him playing the piano. The song is noted for its hard riff and vocal harmonies. In the UK, the song reached #11 on the charts when released as a single in 1975. The song was a live favorite, performed at virtually every concert from late 1974 to 1986. The song draws on May's fond experiences of the band's US tour, supporting Mott the Hoople, which had taken place earlier in 1974. The aforementioned band is referenced explicitly; Down in the city, just Hoople and me.

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Now I'm Here

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