She gives herself completely to this energetic man, she is ready to stand in front of him on her knees, smell his slightly crooked long legs and repeats repeating: "I'm yours, I'm yours! There were no vacancies in the sixth grade at the nearest gymnasium, and the headmaster, impressed by the marks, decided to send her to the seventh, which automatically reduced the daughter's year of schooling.
But the case was made, until the first session there were six months, and we decided to see what will come of it all.
The single version (which can be found on Greatest Hits) omits the extended guitar interludes between the verses as well as fading out before the ending.
In the US, the 1991 Hollywood Records reissue of Jazz included a bonus remix by Matt Wallace.
Near the end, the song references the band's song "Bicycle Race" with Mercury shouting, "Get on your bikes and ride!
" "Bicycle Race" reciprocates with the lyric, "fat bottomed girls, they'll be riding today".