You've heard the song, and maybe even sung along.

“Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the fandango?” ... “Bismillah! No!”

What the hell is Queen talking about in Bohemian Rhapsody? Well, according to mentalfloss.com:

Scaramouche is a traditional clown character featured in Italian commedia dell'arte. He is a stock character in Punch and Judy shows and often gets his head knocked off of his shoulders by Punch.

The fandango is a lively couples dance usually accompanied by guitars, hand claps and castanets.

"Bismillah" is an Arabic word that means "in the name of God." It is used at the head of almost every chapter in the Holy Quran.

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