46664 Songs


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46664 Logo

The '46664' project was conceived by Nelson Mandela as a platform to raise awareness of the AIDS virus and raise funds to help it's prevention. '46664' was his prison number whilst imprisoned on Robben Island. The project brought together many musicians, including Queen, Dave Stewart, Bono and Bob Geldof, as well as some modern pop stars and African musicians.

This page includes details all of the tracks officially released, either as downloads or those performed at the 46664 concert held at the Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa, on 29 November 2003, subsequently released on 7 April 2004 on CD and DVD. The show was broadcast live to over two billion people worldwide via TV, radio and the internet. For a full list of all tracks performed at the original concert, see the 46664 - The Event page.

To date, several other events have taken place:
46664 South Africa (19 March 2005, including a performance by Queen + Paul Rodgers)
46664 Madrid (March/April 2005, no Queen involvement)
46664 Arctic (11 June 2005, includes Brian performing with other artists)
46664 Johannesburg (1 December 2007, no Queen involvement, although it premiered the video of the new track 'Say It's Not True')
46664 London (27 June 2008, concert by Queen + Paul Rodgers, billed as the 'Nelson Mandela Birthday Party')

 

Studio Tracks:
46664 - The Call
Amandla
Invincible Hope
Say It's Not True (Queen + Paul Rodgers)


Live Tracks:
Say It's Not True
Invincible Hope
46664 - The Call
The Show Must Go On
Toss The Feathers
Is This The World We Created?
Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
Amandla
Bohemian Rhapsody
I Want It All
I Want To Break Free
Radio Ga Ga
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions

 

46664 inspired by Nelson Mandela and carried forward by Dave Stewart
Artistic and Music Directors: Brian May, Dave Stewart and Roger Taylor
Musical Director: Spike Edney
46664 Executive Producers: Jim Beach and Jean Francois Cecillon

Recorded by Justin Shirley Smith and Toby Alington. Mixed by David Richards and Joshua J Macrae at Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland, and The Priory, Surrey, England.

The main members of the 'house band' are:
Spike Edney (keyboards, vocals)
Jamie Moses (guitars, vocals)
Steve Stroud (bass, vocals)
Eric Singer (drums)
Chris Thompson, Treanna Morris and Zoe Nicholas (backing vocals)

All tracks also feature the Soweto Gospel Choir

 

Singles:


46664 - The Call


Written and recorded by Queen (and possibly others). Length 4:36.
The studio version of this track has not been officially released.
The live version is basically the first half of the track, the studio version then continues with an orchestral section, another verse and chorus, then an instrumental outro.
There seem to be at least two versions of the studio track available. The first (Mix 1) is in relatively poor quality and was played on Capitol Radio in the UK in 2003. MP3's of this track omit some of the intro reducing the time to 4:26. The second version (Mix 2), is available in near-studio quality, and has a single lyric change at the start of the track (this lyric was also sung on the live performance). There are also some differences in the volumes especially during the quieter sections of the track, there may also be some other changes, but the sound quality makes it hard to compare.

Live Versions:
1. 46664 South Africa (2:34) (recorded at Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa, on 29 November 2003)
Lyrics: (the lyrics in red are in 'Mix 1' only, the lyrics in blue are in 'Mix 2' only)
Yeah

There was a man in the street just the other day
With a
tear and a hand thin long hand stretched out looking my way
Said 'your money, your sympathy, I really don't need
What I want is you to see how my brothers bleed'

Doctor, oh doctor, my world needs attention
Got sickness and poverty just too bad to mention
Got people too blind to see what's going by
My country stored it's wealth and now it can't figure why
But the rest of the world wants it back now
They got no weapons so they just bug us for the crack now
You gonna stand by and let this go on indefinitely?
Let our leaders articulate our indifference with impunity?
Are you a man?
Or just a number?

46664
46664
46664
46664

Help, help, we need you
Your world needs you
Needs you to know
Needs you to sit up
Needs you to take action and say
No, this will not happen
No, we will not let this happen

No, it shall not be one law for the black, one law for the white
It shall not be one law for the man, one law for the woman
It shall not be one law for the heterosexual, one law for the homosexual
One law for the rich country, one law for the poor country
It shall be one law only
It shall be equality, equality of opportunity
Equality of healthcare, equality of power
Equality of civil rights

Are you a woman?
Or just a number?
Make the call

46664
46664
46664
46664
Yeah

So people, will we let these children die
So we get less mouths to feed
Or shall we ????? and administer to them in their hour of need
AIDS is the terror our children must fear
AIDS is the name we shudder just to hear
AIDS is the word at the back of our minds
AIDS is like no other, the threat of all mankind
AIDS is the call to tear the boundaries down
The issue we must clearly face now

Equality, equality of opportunity
Equality of healthcare, equality of power
Equality of civil rights
Equality of all humanity

Are you a man?
This is the call

Amandla


Written by Brian May, Dave Stewart, Anastacia and Louw (?). Length 4:32.
Recorded by Anastacia, Dave Stewart and Queen.
The prayer in the middle of the track is written and spoken by Andrews Bonsu.
Only available to download from www.46664.com, from October 2003 onwards.

Live Versions:
1. 46664 South Africa (6:38) (recorded at Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa, on 29 November 2003)
Lyrics:
There is a time for reason
And there is a time for our truth
So this song is for the innocent
Who never had their youth

Oh, this is a time for action
There's no more sitting on the fence
Oh, what we need is salvation
Oh, I said this is my declaration

(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together, sing it, sing it
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

Oh, the power comes from believing
And I believe in human kind
There is a strength in numbers
And the meeting of our minds

Then let us, the people
Take control of the situation
And rise up together
As one together
Oh, and not one nation

(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together, sing it, sing it
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

Father, in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
Father, we praise you for this wonderful gift that you have given to us
Father, I pray and commit America and Africa into your hands
Father, I pray and commit these two countries into your plight
Father, I pray that you bring peace, and love, and unity, between these two countries
Father, I pray that you bring us all together to fight AIDS
And bring solution to AIDS, and come against and abandon the principality demons in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
What have all the devil has part of all these countries
Abandon them in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
And bring solution to AIDS, in Jesus mighty name I pray at Thanksgiving, Amen.

Amandla, Amandla, yeah
Let's sing it together
Amandla, Amandla, yeah
Let's sing it together, sing it, sing it

(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Oh, let's sing it together
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla
(Amandla, Amandla) Sing it, sing it
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Yeah

(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla) Sing it, sing it
(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla) Sing it, sing it
(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla)

Invincible Hope


Written by Queen and Nelson Mandela. Length 4:34.
Recorded by Queen with Nelson Mandela and Treanna Morris.
This track begins with African singing, and features lead vocals by Roger and Treanna Morris, with extracts from Nelson Mandela's speeches.
The original version of the track was only available to download from www.46664.com, from October 2003 onwards.

Alternate Versions:
1. 'One Year On' Remix (4:07) (released on 5 January 2005 on iTunes as a four-artist EP, and also as a CD single in Spain) (features slightly different percussion, has some more prominent guitar and keyboards, and other effects, giving it a 'punchier' feel. It also drops a whole verse and several other lyrics, and some of the vocals towards the outro are a-capella with a drum beat underneath)
Live Versions:
1. 46664 South Africa (1:50) (recorded at Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa, on 29 November 2003)
Lyrics: (the lyrics in red are lost from the One Year On remix)
Nelson Mandela: Dark city, so different from the Transkei, the magic world of my childhood had fled, bound together by a love of our common history. Our culture, our country, our people

Our culture, our country, our people
Nelson Mandela: Something stirred deep inside all of us, that bound us to one and other
And the power of the great Gods that linked us all together
Nelson Mandela: Fined for what we did not say
Fined for what we did not say
Imprisoned for what we could not hear
Hanged for what we did not do

We were freedom fighters
Our was the black ??????
We carried the torch that lit the path
Till freedom went out of our hands

Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith
In the invincible dignity of man


Nelson Mandela: With Muslims in the Cape shoot our workers in the dark, factory workers in Port Elizabeth fight the government side by side.
Fight the government side by side
Inch by inch, mile by mile, till victory is won

Nelson Mandela: I who have never been a soldier. I who have never fought in battle
Make the spear of the nation
Take the struggle to the heart of white power
Take the struggle to the heart of white power
Shaking hands with history

Nelson Mandela: Struggle is my life
I will continue fighting for freedom
Until the end of my days


Hold on to your life, hold on to your children
Be armed with the weapon to show that you care
The weapon is wisdom that goes with the knowledge
That freedom is being aware


Under the cover of ignorance
A new darkness is sweeping our land
The pestilent virus of HIV AIDS
Is wreaking it's havoc on man

Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope

In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith

In the invincible dignity of man

Nelson Mandela: Dignity, the hallmark of our action. Shaking hands with history. The struggle is my life. I will continue fighting for freedom, until the end of my days
Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man

Say It's Not True

(live)


Performed by Queen and Dave Stewart. Length 2:25.
Written by and sung by Roger Taylor.
The 46664 CD and DVD features a single lyric which differs from that actually performed. At the actual concert, the track includes the lyric 'magic potions for lives', whilst on the official releases this has been changed to 'magic cocktails for lives'.
This track was later re-recorded by Queen + Paul Rodgers and released as a free download for World Aids Day in 2007, later included on 'The Cosmos Rocks', and was also re-recorded by Roger Taylor for his 2013 album 'Fun On Earth', featuring Jeff Beck.

Lyrics:
Bob Geldof: The people who were asked to try and put this whole party together are gonna come on and do a song that they wrote specially for this occasion, and it's a showbiz cliche to say these people are great friends of mine, well it happens to be true. They're great friends, I go on holidays, we get pissed together, and we do all the stuff, and it just so happens they're geniuses as well. From the mighty Queen, Brian May and Roger Taylor, and easily one of Britain's greatest musicians, from the Eurythmics, Dave Stewart. The fun bad three.

Roger: Yeah, thank you. It's great to be here, finally happening. They said it couldn't happen, but it will.


The harder we play
The faster we fall
When we think that we know it all
We know nothing at all

The letter arrives
Like a bolt from the blue
So what's left of your lives
All your dreams lost to you

Say it ain't true
Say it today
When I open my eyes
Will it all go away

Say it's not true
Say it for real
Can't be happening to you
Can't be happening to me

It's hard not to cry
It's hard to believe
So much heartache and pain
So much reason to grieve

With the wonders of science
All the knowledge we've stored
Magic cocktails for lives
People just can't afford

Say it's not true
You can say it's not right
It's hard to believe
The size of the crime

Say it's not true
You can say it's not real
Can't be happening to you
Can't be happening to me


Roger: Thank you, and welcome.

Invincible Hope

(live)


Performed by Queen, the Soweto Gospel Choir, and featuring excerpts from a Nelson Mandela speech. Length 1:50.
This track begins with a short guitar and drum solo as Nelson Mandela leaves the stage.
Click here for details of the studio version.

Lyrics:
Nelson Mandela: Dignity, the hallmark of our action. Shaking hands with history. The struggle is my life. I will continue fighting for freedom, until the end of my days

Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man
Have invincible faith
Have invincible hope
In the invincible dignity of man

46664 - The Call

(live)


Performed by Queen, with lead vocals sung by Brian May. Length 2:34.
Click here for details of the unreleased studio version.

Lyrics:
Brian: Hello, hello. I need to make the call. 46664. The call.

There was a man in the street just the other day
With a thin long hand stretched out looking my way
Said 'your money, your sympathy, I really don't need
What I want is you to see how my brothers bleed'

Doctor, oh doctor, my world needs attention
Got sickness and poverty just too bad to mention
Got people too blind to see what's going by
My country's sold it's wealth and now we can't figure out why
But the rest of the world wants it back now
They got no weapons so they bug us for the crack now
You gonna stand by and watch this happen indefinitely?
Let our leaders articulate our indifference with impunity
Are you a man?
Or just a number?

46664
46664
46664
46664

Help, help, we need you
Your world needs you
Needs you to know
Needs you to sit up
Needs you to take action and say
No, this will not happen
No, we will not let this happen

No, it shall not be one law for the black, one law for the white
It shall not be one law for the man, one law for the woman
It shall not be one law for the heterosexual, one law for the homosexual
One law for the rich country, one law for the poor country
There shall be equality, equality of opportunity
Equality of healthcare, equality of action
Equality of human rights

Are you a man?


Brian: Make the call. Wherever you are, please, make the call. Thank you.

The Show Must Go On

(live)


Performed by Queen. Length 4:09.
Vocals are sung by Chris Thompson, Zoe Nicholas and Treanna Morris.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'Innuendo' album page.

Lyrics:
Empty spaces, what are we living for
Abandoned places, I guess we know the score
On and on, does anybody know what we are looking for

Another hero, another mindless crime
Behind the curtain, in the pantomime
Hold the line, does anybody want to take it anymore

The show must go on, yeah
The show must go on
Inside my heart is breaking
My make up may be flaking
But my smile still stays on

Whatever happens, I'll leave it all to chance
Another heartache, another failed romance
On and on, does anybody know what we are living for

I guess I'm learning (I'm learning, I'm learning), I must be warmer now
I'll soon be turning (turning, turning, turning) round the corner now
Outside the dawn is breaking
But inside in the dark I'm aching to be free

The show must go on
The show must go on, yeah, yeah
Inside my heart is breaking
My make up may be flaking
But my smile still stays on

My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies
Fairytales of yesterday will grow but never die
I can fly my friends

The show must go on, yeah, yeah
The show must go on
Oooh, I'll face it with a grin
I'm never giving in
On with the show

Oooh, I'll top the bill
I'll overkill
I have to find the will to carry
On with the
On with the show
The show must go on

Toss The Feathers

(live)


Performed by The Corrs, with Roger Taylor on drums. Length 3:10.
This is a traditional Irish instrumental track, with a few improvised lyrics.
An excerpt of rehearsals for this track can be found on the 'Behind The Concert' feature on the DVD.

Dialogue: (the dialogue in red is only on the DVD)
Andrea Corr: Thank you. Thank you. What a night to be in glorious South Africa. I'm so excited. I'd like now to invite on to play with us, from Queen, Roger Taylor. This is an Irish tune called 'Toss The Feathers'

Is This The World We Created?

(live)


Performed by Brian May and Andrea Corr. Length 2:18.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'The Works' album page.

Lyrics: (the dialogue by Andrea Corr and Brian is only included on the DVD release)
Unknown: Thank you very much. Ladies and gentlemen, now is the time for Andrea Corr and Brian May. Welcome them, thank you.

Andrea Corr: Thank you. I'm absolutely honoured to sing this next song with Brian May. It was written by Brian and Freddie Mercury, and for so many obvious reasons, it is very special tonight. One of those reasons being, that I will mention, is that the last time this was performed it was, in fact, on Live Aid by Brian and Freddie. Now, I think we all know how successful the Live Aid campaign was, let's hope tonight that this campaign 46664 can achieve as much, if not more.


Just think of all those hungry mouths we have to feed
Take a look at all the suffering we breed
So many lonely faces scattered all around
Searching for what they need

Is this the world we created
What did we do it for
Is this the world we invaded
Against the law
So it seems in the end
Is this what we're all living for today
The world that we created

You know that everyday a helpless child is born
Who needs some loving care inside a happy home
Somewhere a wealthy man is sitting on his throne
Waiting for life to go by

Ooh, oh, oh, is this the world we created
We made it on our own
Is this the world we devastated
Right to the bone
If there's a God in the sky looking down
What can he think of what we've done
To the world that he created


Brian: Ladies and gentlemen, the wonderful Andrea Corr

Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime

(live)


Performed by Queen and Zucchero, with Sharon Corr on violin. Length 4:49.
Written by Edward James Warren. This is a cover version, the original was recorded by The Korgis and reached no. 5 in 1980.
This track is available on the '46664' DVD (not the CD) and as a hidden feature on Zucchero's 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall' DVD.
Some sources suggest this track was released as a single in 2004, but Zucchero definitely released a version with Vanessa Carlton in France, Belgium, Austria and the Netherlands in 2004, so this seems highly unlikely.

Lyrics:
Bob Geldof: Ladies and gentlemen, with Roger and Brian and Sharon Corr, will you please welcome Zucchero

Change your heart
Look around you
Change your heart
Will astound you
I need your loving
Oooh, by the sunshine

Everybody's got to learn sometime
Everybody's got to learn sometime
Everybody's got to learn sometime
Oooh

Change your heart, babe
Look around you
Change your heart
Will astound you
I need your loving
Oooh, by the sunshine

Everybody's got to learn sometime
Everybody's got to learn sometime
Cos' everybody's got to learn sometime
Oooh

Yeah, I need your loving
By the sunshine, oooh

Everybody's got to learn sometime
Cos' everybody's got to learn sometime
Everybody's got to learn sometime
Oooh

Everybody's got to learn sometime
Cos' everybody's got to learn sometime
Cos' everybody's got to learn sometime
Oooh

Yeah
(Everybody's got to learn sometime)
(Everybody's got to learn sometime) Yeah
(Everybody's got to learn sometime)
Oooh
Save your heart
Let me say yeah

Yeah
'Cos everybody's got to learn sometime
Oooh


Zucchero: Thank you very much. Sharon, Brian, Roger, thank you.

Amandla

(live)


Performed by Queen, Bono, Anastacia, Dave Stewart and Andrews Bonsu. Length 6:38.
The prayer in the middle of the track was spoken by Andrews Bonsu.
An excerpt of rehearsals for this track can be found on the 'Behind The Concert' feature on the DVD.
Click here for details of the studio version.

Lyrics:
Presenter: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Anastacia, Dave Stewart and Andrews Bonsu

(Yeah, yeah)
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)

There is a time for reason
There is a time for truth
This is a song for the innocent
The ones who never had a youth

Let us lift our voices
Lift our voices to the wind
(Yeah, yeah) From now on let there be no excuses
(Yeah, yeah) No more shall we sit on the fence

(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing this together
(Amandla, Amandla) Beyonce, Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

Oh, the power comes from believing
And I believe in human kind
There is a strength in numbers, yeah
And the meeting of our minds

Oh, then let us, the people
Take control of the situation
And rise up together
As one together
Oh, and not one nation

(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing this together
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together


Anastacia: Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to Andrews, Mr Africa.

Father, in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
Father, we praise you for this wonderful gift that you have given to us
Father, I pray and commit the whole world into your hands
Father, I pray and commit the world into your plight
Father, people are dying, people are suffering, people are crying oh Lord
Father, I pray that you bring peace, love and unity into the world
Father, I pray that you bring us all together to fight AIDS
And bring solution to AIDS, and come against and abandon the spirit of poverty
And relieve the spirits of abundance in the name of Jesus
Whatever the devil has done against the world
I pray that in the mighty name of Jesus Christ
And bring solution to AIDS, in Jesus mighty name I pray at Thanksgiving, Amen.

Oh, ooooh
Amandla, Amandla, yeah
Let's sing it together
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

Come on, everybody
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together
(Amandla, Amandla) I said Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

(Amandla, Amandla) I said Amandla, Amandla
(Amandla, Amandla) Sing it, sing it, sing it
(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together

(Amandla, Amandla) Amandla, Amandla, yeah
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's sing it together
(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla) Let's hear it from you, say what


Audience: (Amandla, Amandla)
Audience: (Amandla, Amandla)

The choir, come on, your turn

(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla) It's all the Africans
(Amandla, Amandla)

Audience: (Amandla, Amandla)
Again
(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla) Yes, here we go, one, two

(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla)

(Amandla, Amandla)
(Amandla, Amandla)
Amandla, Amandla, yeah, wow

Bohemian Rhapsody

(live)


Performed by Queen, with vocals by the Soweto Gospel Choir. Length 2:16.
This track starts with piano, and ends with a short guitar solo by Brian which segues into 'I Want It All'.
An excerpt of rehearsals for this track can be found on the 'Behind The Concert' feature on the DVD.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'A Night At The Opera' album page.

Lyrics:
I see a little silhouetto of a man
Scaramouche, Scaramouche will you do the fandango?
Thunderbolts and lightning - very, very frightening me
Gallileo, gallileo
Gallileo, gallileo
Gallileo, figaro - magnifico-o-o-o-oh
I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me
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
Bismillah! No - we will not let you go, let him go
Bismillah! We will not let you go, let him go
Bismillah! We will not let you go, let me go
Will not let you go, let me go
Never let me go-o-o-o-oh
No, no, no, no, no, no, no
Oh, mama mia, mama mia
Mama mia let me go
Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me, for me, for me

So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye?
So you think you can love me and leave me to die?
Oh, baby, can't do this to me baby
Just gotta get out - just gotta get right outta here

I Want It All

(live)


Performed by Queen and Zucchero. Length 2:09.
This track segues from 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'The Miracle' album page.

Lyrics:
I want it all, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now
Yeah, yeah
I want it all, oh yeah, I want it all

Brian: Come on, Zucchero
I want it all and I want it now

Adventure seeker, on an empty street
Just an alley creeper, light on his feet
A young fighter dreaming, no time for doubt
With the pain and anger, can't see a way out

It ain't much I'm asking, I heard him say
Gotta find me a future, get out of my way
I want it all, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now
I want it all, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now

I want it all, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now, give it all
I want it all, yeah, yeah, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now
I want it, yeah
I want it, yeah
I want it now, I want it now


Zucchero: Thank you, thank you. Please take care of yourselves, use the condom. Yeah

Now

I Want To Break Free

(live)


Performed by Queen and Thandiswa Mazwai. Length 1:29.
On the live internet broadcast, the vocals upto and including 'You're so self satisfied I don't need you' were lost, presumably due to technical difficulties. This was corrected on the released versions.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'The Works' album page.

Lyrics:
I want to break free
I want to break free
I want to break free from your lies
You're so self satisfied I don't need you
I want to break free
Ooh, God knows, God knows I want to break free

I'm falling in love
I've fallen in love
I've fallen in love for the first time
And I know, oooh
Yeah, yeah
God knows, God knows I've fallen in love, wow

It's strange but it's true, hey
I can't get over the way you love me like you do
But I have to be sure
When I walk out that door
Lord knows I want to break free
Oh, Lord knows I want to break free
Lord knows I want to break free
Yeah

Radio Ga Ga

(live)


Performed by Queen, with lead vocals by Roger. Length 2:30.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'The Works' album page.

Lyrics:
Thandiswa Mazwai: Thank you. We love you South Africa, we love you Africa

I'd sit alone and watch your light
My only friend through teenage nights
And everything I had to know
I heard it on my radio
(Radio)

You gave them all those old time stars
Through wars of worlds invaded by Mars
You made 'em laugh, you made us cry
You made us feel like we could fly
(Radio)

So don't become some background noise
A backdrop for the girls and boys
Who just don't know and just don't care
And just complain when you're not there
You had your time, you had the power
You've yet to have your finest hour
Radio (radio)
Everybody

All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio goo goo, radio ga ga
All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio goo goo, radio ga ga
All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio blah blah
Radio what's new?
Oh, radio, someone still loves you
Loves you

We Will Rock You

(live)


Performed by Queen, Anastacia and the Amampondo Drummers. Length 2:50.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'News Of The World' album page.

Lyrics:
Brian: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back Anastacia

Wow, come on

Buddy you're a big boy big noise
Playing in the streets gonna be a big man some day
You got blood on your face
You big disgrace
Kicking your can all over the place
Singing

We will, we will, rock you, yeah, come on
We will, we will, rock you

Buddy you're a young man, poor man
Struggling with the street gonna take you from world some day
You got blood on your face
You big disgrace
Kicking your can all over the place

We will, we will, rock you, wow, come on
We will, we will, rock you, yeah, I said now

Buddy you're an old man, hard man
Pleading with your eyes gonna make you some peace some day
You got blood on your face
You big disgrace
Somebody better put you back into your place

We will, we will, rock you, wow, come on
We will, we will, rock you, everybody in this place
We will, we will, rock you, Mandela
We will, we will, rock you

Wow, yeah

We Are The Champions

(live)


Performed by Queen and Anastacia. Length 2:53.
An excerpt of rehearsals for this track can be found on the 'Behind The Concert' feature on the DVD.
Details of the original version can be found on the 'News Of The World' album page.

Lyrics:
I've paid my dues
Time after time
I've done my sentence
But committed no crime
And bad mistakes
Oh, I've made a few
I've had my share of sand
Kicked in my face
But I've come through
And I need to go on and on and on and on

We are the champions, my friends
And we'll keep on fighting till the end, wow, I said
We are the champions
We are the champions
No time for losers (ooooh, oooh)
'Cos we are the champions
Of the world

We are the champions, my friends, oh, oh
And we'll keep on fighting till the end, I said, I said that
We are the champions
You are the champions
No time for losers
'Cos we are the champions

Of the world
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
The world
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, wow, wow, ooh
We are the champions of the world, wow


Anastacia: Thank you
Zucchero: Thank you