I Want To Break Free

Words & Music:

John Deacon (Queen)


F#sus4    F#    A    B    C#m    B    A    B    C#m    B    A    B    E


[n.c.]          E

I want to break free, I want to break free.


I want to break free from your lies,


You're so self-satisfied I don't need you.

A                 E          B          A                     E

I've got to break free.  God knows, God knows I want to break free


I've fallen in love, I've fallen in love for the first time.

And this time I know it's for real.

I've fallen in love, yeah, God knows, God knows I've fallen in love.



     B                A

It's strange but it's true.

B                            A

I can't get over the way you love me like you do.

       C#m                    F#sus4        F#

But, I have to be sure when I walk out that door.

A         B          C#m   B

Oh, how I want to be free, baby.

A         B          C#m  B    A         B             E

Oh, how I want to be free---!  Oh, how I want to break free!


INSTRUMENTAL OVER:  E    A    E    B    A    E    B    A    E


But life still goes on.

I can't get used to living without, living without,

Living without you by my side.  I don't want to live alone, hey.

     B     A                    E

God knows, got to make it on my own.

                   B  A                    E

So, baby can't you see?  I've got to break free.


I've got to break free.  I want to break free, yeah

I want, I want, I want, I want to break free...


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