It's been a tough few days. Indeed, as June closes, I look back at what has been a distressing month.
I've already commented about the sad and premature death of Andrew Reeves at only 43 of a heart attack and of my journey to his funeral in Edinburgh. The following week I attended the funeral of a well respected elder statesman of the Cardigan community who passed away in his early 90s.
So as a tribute to all of those who have passed before their time, one of the most under-rated of songs from the best band of all-time.
No One But You
The impetus for this Queen production was the death, at the age of just 36, of Princess Diana in August 1997. It is however, largely a eulogy to Freddie Mercury who passed away aged just 45 in 1991.
The song features the three remaining members of Queen and was the last new recording to feature John Deacon, who subsequently retired from public life.
Queen - No One But You (Only The Good Die Young)... by M_Ouyhey
It is a truly moving piece of music and the video for me adds to the poigniancy of the lyrics, sang so well by Brian May and Roger Taylor.