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Queen - Doing All Right

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Published on Sep 30, 2008

"Doing All Right" (also spelled "Doin' All Right" and "Doin' Alright") was originally a song from the British group Smile, which would later come to be known as Queen. It was written by Brian May and Tim Staffell.
The song changes many times throughout, from light pop music to acoustic guitars and even contains a section that could only be referred to as heavy metal.
This is one of the few Queen songs to feature Brian May on the piano. He also played his old Hairfred acoustic guitar on this track and on later tracks such as "White Queen (As It Began)" and "Jealousy".
The band played this song as early as 1970, and it was notable as the band's first song Freddie Mercury played live on the piano for. Staffell sang it when it was a Smile song, and Mercury tried to sing in the same manner when it became a Queen song.
The version on the album At the Beeb features Roger Taylor singing lead vocals on the last verse.

Yesterday my life was in ruin
Now today I know what I'm doing
Got a feeling I should be doing all right
Doing all right

Where will I be this time tomorrow?
Jumped in joy or sinking in sorrow
Anyway I should be doing all right
Doing all right

Should be waiting for the sun
Looking round to find the words to say
Should be waiting for the skies to clear
There ain't time in all the world

Should be waiting for the sun
And anyway I've got to hide away

Yesterday my life was in ruin
Now today God knows what I'm doing
Anyway I should be doing all right
Doing all right

Doing all right

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