Saturday, May 8, 2010

Bohemian Rhapsody




In high school, our Academic Team used to sing "Bohemian Rhapsody" from start to finish on every bus trip to a competition out of county. Oh, those were the days.  Approximately 25 kids on a bus shouting Queen lyrics at the top of their lungs, and not one of then hitting the right notes.  Those trips will always be some of my favorite memories. I so wish we had known about this Muppet version.  We definitely could have had some fun with this.  I mean, that's just epic.

8 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, awesome. And I am so happy I found your blog, it is so cute! Hope you're having a fantastic Saturday!

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  2. oh my word....BHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH!!!!!!!! I love it.....this has just become my favorite video on youtube....the muppets + this song is just....is just....fing amazing!!!
    and btw....i thought i always could hit the notes!! :P

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  3. haha singing at the top of our lungs on a school bus brings back high school memories for me, too. we sounded like a bad version of kids bop lol.

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  4. Thank you so much for posting this - it has brightened up my day and made me laugh so much!

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  5. Such a funny video. Those bus trips sound as though they were a highlight for you. I just just picture it -- and the teacher at the front with his/her hands over their ears! : )

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  6. My cohort of academic teamers sang this too! When I got to college, every drunken adventure eventually led to me performing a one-woman-show of the Bohemian nature from start to finish on the floor. Haha.

    On a slightly related note, I revisited a childhood classic, "Muppets Treasure Island," this weekend. It wasn't as good as I remember nor nearly as fantastic as "Muppets Christmas Carol" but it was still great. I'll forever be a Muppet baby! :D

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  7. P.S. Beaker is my all time fave. I love his part in this. It's nothing but amazing.

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