I remember getting the Queen album A Night At The Opera when it was released and playing it in my bedroom for the first time, starting with the first track Death On Two Legs. At the exact moment when the music stops and Freddie says "But now you can kiss my *** goodbye" my mother walked into my bedroom, heard the line, and gave me a stern look. She didn't confiscate the album but I've always wondered how she managed to time her entrance into my bedroom at that exact moment. Maybe she had a copy of the album herself. Hmmm . . . What's interesting is that when I now search online for the lyrics to that song, that line isn't there. Did it get edited out of the track at some point?