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  3. Akinogor Reply
    This song was inspired by a tour in the USA in where Queen supported the band Mott the Hoople. These lyrics contain a line "Down in the city, just Hoople and me". "Now I'm Here" was fittingly one of the first songs Brian May recorded after he returned from hospital where he had been recovering from hepatitis for a long time.
  4. Zululabar Reply
    Clearly "Now I'm Here" is a song many in the band were fond of - including Brian May. Freddie Mercury said in a interview with Record Mirror: "It was nice. That was a Brian May thing. We released it after "Killer Queen." And it's a total contrast, just a total contrast.
  5. Vozshura Reply
    "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