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“I don’t know where I belong in the world right now.
I don’t know which street will lead me to the house I’ll forever call my home.
I don’t know if I’m good enough to become all the things I wish I could be.
I just don’t know.
And it terrifies me. Because, in this life, what if I never find that?
What if I never get to look in the mirror and say, “this is it. This is where I’ve wanted to be my whole life.””
-via (@ wanderingworlds on tumblr)
Too Much Love Will Kill You
"Too Much Love Will Kill You" is a song written by Brian May, Frank Musker and Elizabeth Lamers.
The song reflected the breakdown of Brian May's first marriage and attraction to his future wife, Anita Dobson.
It was first recorded by Queen around 1988 or before, and was intended to be on the band's "The Miracle" album in 1989, but did not make the cut due to legal disputes following the band's decision that all songs on the album would be written by the group as opposed to individuals.
After Freddie's death in 1991, Brian May arranged a solo version, which he performed at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992, and subsequently included on his solo album "Back to the Light" that same year. When released as a single, it reached number five on the UK Singles Chart, number two in Belgium, and topped the charts in the Netherlands and Poland. Because it was first played publicly at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, a common misconception is that it was written as a tribute to Freddie, although it had actually been written several years before he died.
A version of this song recorded in 1989, with Freddie on vocals, was included on the band’s 1995 album "Made in Heaven". Released as a single in 1996, this version was less successful than Brian May's original version in Europe, but it did allow the song to chart in North America for the first time.