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Innuendo is the title track, and that was one of the first things that came - it's got this bolero type rhythm, a very strange track. That's going to be the first single [in Britain]. It's a bit of a risk, but it's different, and you either win it all or you lose it all. It has a nice sound and feel, and we stuck with that. Innuendo was gradually evolved by the four of us, but not every track was done like that. Usually at one point one of us says, “Right! I'm going to take this track and finish it and make a proper song.” In the case of Headlong, that was me; on Innuendo, Roger actually decided to organise the words. We had a smattering of words but somebody actually has to decide what the song is going to be about, and in this case it was Roger.

Brian May; Making Music, February 1991