Top definition. Fat Bottomed Girls unknown. Girls that make the rocking world go round.
While it may be true that 'Fat Bottomed Girls' make the rockin' world go round, the Band Perry 's recent cover of the Queen song suggests that a sizable derriere may have a place in the country realm as well. Performing the unlikely song as part of Billboard's Mashup Mondaysthe sweet sibling trio added their solid dose of country to the hit, which was originally released in -- before a single member of the Band Perry was born. In their rendition, the Perrys played to the harmonies, warming the tones and offering a stripped down take on the classic rock anthem.
Queen guitarist Brian May wrote this. It's about a young man who comes to appreciate women of substantial girth. May told Mojo magazine October "I wrote it with Fred in mind, as you do especially if you've got a great singer who likes fat bottomed girls… or boys.
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It is sung by Puck, with the New Directions Boys singing back-up. It's meant as a love song to Lauren from Puck, but she takes offense from it at the end. The Glee Club also seems a bit taken aback.
Brian May of Queen wrote the song with the lead singer Freddie Mercury in mind. Fun fact about the cover art is that the original artwork was supposed to be of a nude woman on a bicycle. However, stores refused to display it on their shelves and was hence altered to a woman wearing red panties.
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Read all 3 events for 4 October at diary. Brian has composed for Queen some harmonically simple songs with only a few chords. The rhythm of the song especially the rhythm guitars is much trickier than its harmony. The song is built up from three Choruses that is relatively few in the pop-business, for instance and three Verses with instrumental connectors plus the outro.