The legendary late star of Queen, Freddie Mercury’s biggest fan page on social media, FreddieMercuryClub has shared another golden-worth video of Freddie Mercury and other members of Queen, via its verified Instagram account.

This is a music video of Queen’s unforgettable song called ‘Thank God It’s Christmas’ unofficial video, and the page has told the story of Queen’s single which was released on November 26th, 1984.

‘Thank God It’s Christmas’ was written by lead guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor. The single spent six weeks in the UK charts during Christmas 1984 through the new year of 1985 and peaked at number 21.

Here’s what captioned with video:

“Thank God it’s Christmas.

I couldn’t post it on its release date but it fits even better now 😍

On November 26th, 1984, Queen released “Thank God it’s Christmas” with “Man on the Prowl” and “Keep Passing the Open Windows” on the B-Side.

Written by Brian May and Roger Taylor, the single spent six weeks in the UK charts over Christmas 1984 and a new year of 1985 and peaked at number 21.

The song was not originally released on any Queen studio album, appearing only on Queen’s Greatest Hits III, released in 1999, and as the B-side of the single “A Winter’s Tale” from the 1995 album Made in Heaven. However, the track was finally included on the bonus EP packaged with the deluxe edition of their album The Works, remastered and re-released in 2011.

No promotional video was filmed for the track, hampering its future use on music TV channels. For that reason, it is a lesser-known Christmas single. The song appears on several Christmas compilation albums. One of them is the original Now That’s What I Call Christmas compilation released in 1985 but deleted in 1989.”

You can see the Instagram post right below.

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💥Thank God it's Christmas💥 . I couldn't post it on its release date but it fits even better now 😍 . On November 26th 1984, Queen released "Thank God it's Christmas" with "Man on the Prowl" and "Keep Passing the Open Windows" on the B-Side. . ✨Written by Brian May and Roger Taylor, the single spent six weeks in the UK charts over Christmas 1984 and new year of 1985, and peaked at number 21. . ✨The song was not originally released on any Queen studio album, appearing only on Queen's Greatest Hits III, released in 1999, and as the B-side of the single "A Winter's Tale" from the 1995 album Made in Heaven. However, the track was finally included on the bonus EP packaged with the deluxe edition of their album The Works, remastered and re-released in 2011. . ✨No promotional video was filmed for the track, hampering its future use on music TV channels. For that reason it is a lesser known Christmas single. The song appears on several Christmas compilation albums. One of them is the original Now That's What I Call Christmas compilation released in 1985 but deleted in 1989. . 🎥 Video belongs to Ermanno Gabdolfi on YouTube. . #FreddieMercury #ThankGodItsChristmas

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You can listen to the full song right below.