It's a very good song for someone high to be singing ('cuz that song is one crack). Children's song? No way. The thing about Queen is that the lead singer (and some of the others) were gay (hence, 'Queen' ), and this song, if you actually listen to it, and decipher it, is actually about a man who wishes to commit suicide after giving another man AIDS. Yeah, not kiddish. However, its more notable for being sung in some (STUPIDA) comedy called Wayne's World (actually, it isn't that bad...), where they all headbang to it in the car...Ah, I grew up on this music...^-^! Not all of Queen's songs hold this kind of innuendo, just this one really...It was during the 1980-90's US HIV/AIDS pandemic, when 'gay' was just becoming an, as the stupid american said back then, 'issue'. (See Rent)
...Sorry, just a little background on the song (I have no clue why I said all that...). On the picture, I love how it's all 'brotherly sentimental' while Raph just ruins the image with his little verse. It makes it uber amazing...You really should colour this! (*begins singing* Beelezebub has a devil put aside for me! For mee! For MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!)
I thought it was children'song because Leo is rocking Raph "as a child", and I didn't pay attention the song was the continuation of the lyrics soon in the story. So, Raph's feeling like a child, rocked, made me thing it was some american popular song that you sing to children to reassure them from the thunder. Like I said, I was so used since I'm little (and when I didn't speak english yet) to hear "Bohemian Rhapsody" that I never pay attention to the lyrics... So, my mistake
Thank you for your comment, I thought about coloring that (but now I just have to finish all my chritmas presents XD) but maybe later
Yes, that is, in fact, Raphael hanging on Leo and cuddling and singing Bohemian Rhapsody under his breath. He got a face full of ecstasy during a freak accident while busting a drug dealer. I love how he's almost melted against Leo--form-fitting, as it were, getting in as much contact as possible. It's totally platonic, but extremely affectionate, almost worshipful of Leo, of the contact, of the moment. I love that Leo's hands are placed rather gingerly, and he's leaning back, somewhat uncomfortable, eyes irritated, and is that a bit of a blush I see on his cheeks? Yet he's smiling a little, enjoying this affectionate, honest version of Raph in spite of himself, and slowly relaxing. It's so cute, and I love it so much! Thank you so much!