Brian May Says He Abandoned His Late Father’s Dreams For What He Might Become While Paying Him Tribute

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Queen guitarist Brian May celebrated the 100th birthday of his late father, Harold May, by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account.

While Brian was celebrating this special day by saying that his father is always in his heart, Brian also revealed the rare advertisement that they played together for his Red Special guitar.

Furthermore, Brian pointed out that he can feel the way of his father’s thinking from his body language as well as his pride. Also, he said that he abondoned his father’s dreams for what he might become.

Additionally, Brian mentioned that he thinks about writing a book about his father because Harold gave lots of gifts to him that will everlasting. Afterward, he showed his love for Harold once again.

Here is what Brian May said:

“Happy Birthday to my dear ol’ Dad. Long gone to the next place, of course, but always in my heart. In this video he was younger than I am today. Thanks for fishing out this little fragment, dear Pola, scraps from a longer interview which sadly is in the possession of someone who is reluctant to part with it, so I can’t see it.

But this is enough to remind me so clearly of the way my Dad spoke – a sound from a world that is no more, and his body language, and his pride in what we’d made together, even though it led me to abandon his dreams for what I might become. Maybe I should write a book about my Dad – because his gifts to me were many and everlasting. Happy Birthday Dad. I love you.

You can check out the video below.