The most-streamed song from the 20th century, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” was written by Freddie Mercury and recorded by the band Queen. In addition to longstanding popularity from its original 1975 release—unexpected due to its six minute runtime—the song's appeal surged again in 1992 when it was featured in the movie, “Wayne's World.”
Galileo Galilei was an astronomer, mathematician, physicist and all-around brilliant Italian scientist.
Fandango is "a lively Spanish dance for two people."
Bismillah is the first written word of the Quran and means, "In the name of Allah."
Mamma Mia is Italian for, "My mother," used as an exclamation.
Figaro was the main character in “The Barber of Seville,” a play from 1775 by Pierre Beaumarchais.
Beelzebub is the Devil.
Scaramouche is "a boastful but cowardly person," from Italian commedia dell'arte.
Mercury never spoke definitively about the song’s meaning.