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Father to Son es otra canción escrita por Brian May y extraía del como segunda pista del disco Queen II, el segundo álbum relizado por la banda de Rock inglesa Queen a comienzo de 1974.

La canción tiene una gran influencia de The Who, además contiene partes muy cercanas al Heavy metal, mientras que otras más silenciosas en las que sólo se aprecia el piano que en algunas ocasiones era tocado por Brian May.



Letra de la Cancion

A word in your ear, from father to son Hear the word that I say I fought with you, fought on your side Long before you were born

Joyful the sound, the word goes around From father to son, to son... And the voice is so clear, time after time it keeps on Calling you, calling you on Don't destroy what you see, your country to be Just keep building on the ground that's been won

Kings will be crowned, and the word goes around From father to son, to son

Won't you hear us sing (te de de de de de de de de de de de de de de) Our family song (te de de de de de de de de de de de de de de)

Father, father, father, father, ooh yeah, father, father, father, father (te de de de de de de de de de de de de de de) Now we hand it on But I've heard it all before

Take this letter that I give you Take it sonny, hold it high You won't understand a word that's in it But you'll write it out again before you die (yeah yeah)

A word in your ear from father to son Funny you don't hear a single word I say But my letter to you will stay by your side Through the years till the loneliness is gone Sing if you will - but the air you breathe I live to give you

Father to son, father to, father to, father to son

Joyful the sound, the word goes around From father to son, to son...

Kings will be crowned, the word goes around From father to son, to son

Joyful the sound, the word goes around From father to son, to son...

Kings will be crowned, the word goes around From father to son, to son

Joyful the sound, the word goes around From father to son, to son...

Kings will be crowned, the word goes around From father to son, to son

Joyful the sound, the word goes around