Brian continued: “And if you peeled of all the layers of the onion, you’d find a lot of complexity, a lot of it which he denied, which is smart I think really.
“People would say is your music important Freddie and he would say, ‘No, no it’s just tomorrow’s Fish and Chips paper. No I don’t think my songs are worth anything.’”
However, the Queen guitarist shared that underneath that, of course, Freddie felt he had stuff to say through his lyrics.
He added: “Freddie was always expressing himself in rather daring ways, inside is this rather insecure person and on the outside was a warrior that he was building himself into.”
Author: George Simpson
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