"You Don't Fool Me" was one of the last tracks recorded for Made in Heaven and came about in a most unusual way. Brian May has explained on his website that producer for the band, David Richards more or less created the framework of the song single-handedly, building from bits of lyrics recorded just before Freddie Mercury's death. May has said that before Richards' work, there was no song to speak of. However, after Richards edited and mixed the song (including a bit of harmonies recorded for "A Winter's Tale") he presented it to the band. May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon then added their instruments and backing vocals and were surprised to end up with a finished song that had begun as nothing. The style of the song is reminiscent of their 1982 album Hot Space, and a comment over that featured on their Greatest Hits III album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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