🎼 Steemit open mic week #129 || Love of my life - QUEEN || cover.🎻

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Hi all! :D

First of all, I would like to thank all those who vote for my work and follow it, thank you very much to all.

I also thank the creators and judges of this wonderful contest where all of us can share our talents. Where we can share art.

This week I bring a lovely and sad song by Queen, written by the legend Freddie Mercury, called Love of my life. I made the cover a little different because I don't just play, this time I play and sing. So I hope you like my version of this classic beauty. Thank you all for your support, see you next week.

Enjoy! :D

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Not an easy song to perform and you did well. Haven't heard this track for years and listened to the Queen version after your performance. I look forward to seeing what you are going to perform next.

Wow, I'm flattered. Thank u so much :D

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Thank you veryyyy muuuuuch. :D

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Whenever i roam around the blockchain and see the open mic tasks i get too emotional. Because the various tunes i listen from you guys makes me feel relaxed. You really did awesome in and i couldnt tell the difference between yours and the original song. Great work and i hope to listen to more great musics from you soon

Wow, thank you very much!. I feel very flattered. :3 And well, I'll try to upload a weekly post. Thanks for your support! :D

Lol...... You don't have to be flattered. You just rocked. And You are welcome by the way. Hope to see you around often

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Thank u, thank u, thank uuisiyho! :D

You are humbly welcome

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cuando empece a ver el video crei que no ibas a cantar. pero si lo hiciste. que buena eres en lo que haces. y que bueno ver que conseguiste en steemit un espacio para compartir tus habilidades con el mundo entero. te deseo la mejor de las suertes en esta semana del openmic. saludos

Muchas gracias querido ;)

Hey, great arrangement.
My daughter (14) is now con la fiebre of Queen, after she watched the movie and has been making her own arrangements.
I get the AidLive concert 3 times a day :)
I ended up liking all their songs.
Felicitaciones por el voto de curie. Que sigan los éxitos