Spread Your Wings

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"Spread Your Wings"
Single by Queen
from the album News of the World
B-side"Sheer Heart Attack"
Released10 February 1978
StudioSarm West and Wessex Studios
GenreHard rock[1]
LabelEMI (UK)
Songwriter(s)John Deacon
Producer(s)Queen, assisted by Mike Stone
Queen singles chronology
"We Are the Champions" / "We Will Rock You"
"Spread Your Wings"
"It's Late"
Music video
"Spread Your Wings" at YouTube

"Spread Your Wings" is a 1978 song by Queen and is taken from their sixth studio album News of the World. It was released as the A-side of the single "Spread Your Wings"/"Sheer Heart Attack". It went to number 26 in the Netherlands, number 29 in Germany and number 34 in the United Kingdom.

Freddie Mercury sings the lead vocals and plays the piano, Brian May plays the electric guitar, Roger Taylor plays the drums and John Deacon plays the bass and acoustic guitars.

References[change | change source]

  1. Prato, Greg. "Live Killers - Queen". AllMusic. Retrieved 30 April 2019.