Mustapha Lyrics - Queen

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Ibrahim, Ibrahim, Ibrahim,
Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah we'll pray for you.
Hey!

Mustapha, Mustapha, Mustapha Ibrahim.
Mustapha, Mustapha, Mustapha Ibrahim.

Mustapha Ibrahim, Mustapha Ibrahim
Allah, Allah, Allah we'll pray for you.
Mustapha Ibrahim, al havra kris vanin
Allah, Allah, Allah we'll pray for you.
Mustapha, hey! Mustapha
Mustapha Ibrahim, Mustapha Ibrahim, hey!

Allah-i, Allah-i, Allah-i,
Ibra-Ibra-Ibrahim, yeah!
Ibrahim, Ibrahim, Ibrahim,
Allah Allah Allah-i hey!

Mustapha Mustapha - Allah-i na stolei
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Mustapha,
Mustapha,
Ist avil ahiln avil ahiln adhim Mustapha,
Salaam Aleikum!

Mustapha Ibrahim, Mustapha Ibrahim
Allah, Allah, Allah we'll pray for you.
Mustapha Ibrahim, achbar ish navin
Allah, Allah, Allah we'll pray for you.
Mustapha, Mustapha
Mustapha Ibrahim, Mustapha Ibrahim, hey!

Allah-i, Allah-i, Allah-i,
Ibra-Ibra-Ibrahim, yeah!
Ibrahim, Ibrahim, Ibrahim,
Allah Allah Allah-i hey!

Mustapha Mustapha
Mustapha Mustapha
Mustapha Mustapha
Mustapha Mustapha

Mustapha,
Mustapha,
Vontap ist ahiln avil ahiln adhim Mustapha,
Aleikum Salaam hey!






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Underrated Masterpiece | Reviewer: Andrew | 2/24/14

This song is very rarely heard - even in concerts, when Queen were extant as a touring band, it would only be referenced as a Minaret call-styled introduction to another song, a sort of warm-up act. All of which is a pity, because as with all Queen's output arguably since the original Queen album back in 1972, it is as exquisitely honed as any of the great Classical composers, as superbly crafted as a Stradivarius violin. Of course, Freddie (or Faroukh Bulsara, as he was born), was an international person - Persian stock, born in Zanzibar and educated in India - so it's hardly surprising that his repertoire should be so eclectic.

Fascinating | Reviewer: Bill | 2/4/14

Queen are easily as diverse as any musical artist from the 20th century and into the current century. Eclectic is an understatement. Maestro Mercury covered such a wide range of styles in his compositions; I can't imagine anyone even coming close and this song is a prime example.

Jazz | Reviewer: ZeRo nO mOrE | 5/29/13

The entire Jazz album is amazing, but back when it was originally released, I would rock to Mustapha having no idea what it meant. It was later in life that I discovered it's true meaning. Amazing Song!
(P.S. - Attention saj ditta, your review is full of mis-spelled words, get an education)

Indeed, A Queen Song, An Odd Fan Fave!!! | Reviewer: SEALS | 5/16/13

Queen was truly a team of great musicians, fronted by multi-talented entertainer, a singer of songs, a lover of life.... This song truly captured the true nature of Freddie's deep yearnings, hiding internally into the lurk of his searching quest for love and truth.... unfortunately, he found them from those ephemeral fleeting chances.... He's definitely a truth-seeker who found truth in love.... But, sadly.... from perverted influences.... I truly admire Freddie's creativity in expressing his deep yearnings through his music.... it's what made them truthful and larger than life.... much as he....

Queen - one of the world's greatest unifier | Reviewer: Danleene | 11/21/12

I'm Christian and have been reared in choral songs and hymns but this song has also reached my heart as this is also a song for the One Creator of us all. Freddie and Queen was so talented that they were able to merge different musical styles (The Millionaire Waltz and Man On the Prowl), different cultures (Teo Torriatte), and different beliefs (Mustapha)
Their legacy will just live on and on and on. And I think that was Freddie's mission all along.
:)

This song needs to be revived & enjoyed by the multitudes! | Reviewer: Kram I Am | 7/29/12

A unique song in Freddie's collection. A lot of people have never heard of this & I never knew it existed until a friend dug up this old "Jazz" album. This should be re-released for all Queen fans out there!

Importent, to be corrected asap | Reviewer: Nouman | 11/19/11

There is a listening error from publisher of this error. its not "Allah will pray for you", its correct line is "Allah we'll pray for you". oth have different and reverse meaning, correct it as soon as possible.

no1can do it like freddie.. | Reviewer: saj ditta | 9/3/09

its a shame why dis track hasnt made abit more noise,its like a far distant cousin of bho,rap..it is sang in pharisee english and arabic but look how it kicks rocknroll in the head brilliant,no1 can match freddie iluv the composition of this track,its trully amazing track wata intr to any function..allah bless u freddie.



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