This “Bohemian Rhapsody” Flashmob Is What Music Is All About

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The Power Of Music

In a busy German shopping center, a man sits down at a public piano. He starts to key the notes to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” His accompanying friend starts to sing next to him. Suddenly, passer-byers, maintenance workers, and cafe workers, leave their posts and start singing together.

“Mama, just killed a man..” Just about the entire shopping center is starts singing the words to the universal hit. It’s hard to tell who is in the musical group and who is just singing along. It is GORGEOUS. If this doesn’t move you, you might want to check your pulse.

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Chilling- Simply

Freddie mercury, and Queen, would be honored to know how much peace and love their music has brought the world. The entire shopping center knew the words to “Bohemian Rhapsody.” One of the more astonishing parts is that this “flashmob” took place in Germany and every single person there knew the words- in English. That’s how much Queen impacted the world.

 

Even before the singers started the song, everyone there knew the song. The moments the piano started to play the song, people already started anticipating the start of the track. When “mama…” hit- the everyone was on perfect queue, including children. The center was a wave of echoing voices. For a moment, humanity was restored.

 

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