You are the Champions: Win One of Ten Lullaby Renditions of Queen CDs!

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Enter to win one of ten Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of Queen CDs! 9653queen-coverblack_lrg Here's how: Tell us your best, most personal story about Queen---where you were the first time you heard them or the first time you saw them in concert, why you love them, or tell us about your favorite Queen song---anything personal to you in 200 words or less. Leave it in a comment right here on this post. We'll pick our ten favorites to win! Don't forget, you must submit an email address with your comment to be entered. The deadline to enter is 12:00 pm pst, June 9, 2009. Also, don't forget to check out our new Queen-themed print & play activities, go Radio Ga Ga with our exclusive sneak peek of two tracks, and check back here daily for new Queen features! Now, we nap (another one bites the dust...)


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  • I have a lot of their albums and I have to say if I’m feeling down- I play ” Don’t stop me now” as loud as I can and boogie round the house. There is a song for every moment- ” The show must go on” if I am having a hard time dealing with something, ” Lazing on a Sunday afternoon” if I feel like being goofy, ” The Miracle” for a great air guitar solo mood, ” Who wants to live forever” if I need to have a cry, and ” One Vision” when I just wanna belt it out. I have the Metallica lullabye CD and give all my friends an appropriate CD to them, but when we have our next child, which may be IVF again, this would be the CD for me!

    Mark Villani on
  • I am a music fanatic, period. I have always loved Queen and have at least 20 of their songs on my ipod. One day I had left my purse in the house and run in to get it, when I cam out I found my kids, including my 3 year old, re-enacting the video for Bohemian Rhapsody. It was without a doubt the funniest thing I had ever seen and heard in my life

    Misty Scott on
  • I grew up listening to what my in-laws would consider “devil’s music”, The Eagles, Metallica, Queen, Led Zepplin, all the classics. Thankfully my parents instilled a wide variety of music in my upbringing and I’ve fully appreciated all of those bands. It helped me break the ice with the 3 boys I eventually nannied in an upscale family in Northern California. They were wild and hyper and I had no clue how to control them. After a couple of days of being walked on, I popped in my Queen Greatest Hits Volume 1 CD and started singing “Fat Bottomed Girls” to block out their screams. There was instant silence and then questions about what I was playing, what the words were and if they could sing with me. Eventually we ended up dancing idiotically to “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”. That CD kept me from quitting that day and kept me there for 2 years. I even remember a day where I swapped cars with the mom and accidently left the cd in the other car and had to sing “Somebody to Love” in rush hour traffic for 45 minutes!

    Amy on
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  • I teach high school art. I let the kids select music to play in class. Usually it’s background music or there’s arguing about what’s being played. It was a pretty mixed class, upper classmen and freshman, different races and ecomic situations. But one day, one of my students who was a huge Queen fan brought in a CD. Everybody was singing along…“He’s just a poor boy from a poor family, Spare him his life from this monstrosity
    Easy come, easy go, will you let me go?”

    We listened to that CD twice a day for a couple of weeks. It was really cool.

    Megan on

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