Delilah (Queen song)
|Single by Queen|
|from the album Innuendo|
|Released||14 December 1992|
Hollywood (North America)
|Writer(s)||Queen (Freddie Mercury)|
|Producer(s)||Queen and David Richards|
|Queen singles chronology|
"Delilah" is a song by British rock band Queen. Written and sung by Freddie Mercury, it was originally released on their fourteenth studio album Innuendo in 1991. The song was released as a single on 14 December only in Thailand.
Delilah is a song Mercury penned for his favourite female tortoiseshell cat, which was called Delilah. Brian May recorded his solo using a talk box. Reportedly, Roger Taylor was not fond of the song and agreed to let it be included in the album only at Mercury's insistence. The song has more than 62,000 hits on Last.fm.It was written in the key of G Major.
- Freddie Mercury - lead and backing vocals, piano, keyboards, drum programming
- Brian May - guitars
- John Deacon - bass guitar