Speaker: Queen. Over their tenure as one of the greatest bands on earth, Queen has sung on a variety of subjects from saviors of the universe to Scaramouche and Fandango to the pain of immortality. But one of their catchiest songs is about women with large posteriors. Cheeky lyrics literally , vocal harmonies, and some killer guitar riffs from Brian May. It's a fun, saucy tune and easy to sing along to whether you're at karaoke, driving in your car, or watching a sitcom like Glee , The Cleveland Show , or the late, great Freaks and Geeks.
Are you gonna take me home tonight Are down beside that red firelight Are you gonna let it all hang out Fat bottomed girls, you make the rockin' world go round. Hey, I was just a skinny lad Never knew no good from bad But I knew life before I left my nursery Left alone with big fat fanny She was such a naughty nanny Heap big woman you made a fat boy out of me Hey hey. I've been singing with my band Across the wire across the land I seen ev'ry blue eyed floozy on the way, hey But their beauty and their style Went kind of smooth after a while Take me to them dirty ladies every time.
Written by guitarist Brian May , the track featured on their album Jazz and later on their compilation album Greatest Hits. The song is formed around an open bluesy , metallic guitar tuning, and opens with its chorus. The two songs were released together on a double A-sided single , and both songs refer to each other.