1 June, 1984 – Freddie Mercury recorded an early demo ‘Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow’, Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany.
“Actually, I like all the songs on the album, but in the end one of my favourite tracks is ‘Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow’, because of the way it came out. It was a very personal thing. I wrote it in five minutes and everything just gelled into place. It was just very emotional, very strong. I love that track. I put my heart and soul into this project and I think it’s a very natural album. It had some very moving ballads – things to do with sadness and pain, but at the same time they were frivolous and tongue-in-cheek, because that’s my nature. I think the songs on that album reflect the state of my life; a diverse selection of moods and a whole spectrum of what my life was”
This beautiful song was the fourth and final single released from his debut solo album, ‘Mr. Bad Guy’
It peaked at # 76 on the UK Singles Chart and remained in the Top 100 for two weeks!