Don’t Stop Me Now


"Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen is performed in the key of F major. Released in 1978 as part of their album "Jazz," the song was written by Freddie Mercury, the lead vocalist of the band. It has since become one of Queen's most popular and enduring hits. The song's energetic and upbeat tempo, coupled with Mercury's dynamic vocals, contribute to its anthemic feel. "Don't Stop Me Now" is known for its feel-good lyrics, with Mercury expressing a sense of invincibility and joy as he sings about living life to the fullest. Interestingly, despite its initial modest success, the song gained widespread popularity over the years and has been featured in numerous films, television shows, and commercials, solidifying its status as a classic rock anthem.