Quote related to 'Don’t Stop Me Now' from 'Jazz'

Freddie would be so happy now to realise how huge it's become, you know. It's so much part of people's hen nights and just a general kind of torch song for everybody, it's amazing. I remember because it's very much Freddie's pop side and I remember thinking, “I'm not quite sure if this is what we should be doing.” I think there was also a feeling that it lyrically represented something that was happening to Freddie which we kind of thought was threatening him, and probably it was in a sense. But having said that, it's full of joy and optimism and stuff and very witty as usual. A great driving piano.

Brian May; Absolute Greatest, 11th of November 2009