What exciting news! A previously unseen performance of the song "Time Waits For No One" by Freddie Mercury has been released. According to reports, it was "buried deep in the vaults." It was originally recorded and released in 1986 for the concept album of the hit musical of the same name. It was originally under the name "Time."\r\n\r\nSongwriter and producer Dave Clark, a long-time friend of Freddie\u2019s has been working on it for two years in order to release it. Now, it is finally available for everyone to relive the memories and amazing vocals of the late singer.\r\nCheck out the previously unseen performance below\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/freddie_mercury\/status\/1141609306242146306\r\n\r\nThe song itself is extremely raw and passionate, showcasing Freddie's unbelievable vocal range. The description of the video describes it as "a completely stripped-down performance, accompanied by just a piano." The video is a live performance of the song, dubbed over with the stripped-down version.\r\n\r\nThe reason why this is such an incredible version of the song is that the original was so much different. The original definitely sounded like something straight out of a musical; heavily produced, heavy drums, and thick layers of backing vocals. It does not have the same emotion that this previously unseen performance has.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nClark recalls talking with Freddie about their expectations from the song and how it should be performed. \u201cFreddie asked me, \u2018How do you want me to perform this?'\u201d Clark recalls. When he tells Freddie how he'd like it performed, he says, "\u2018Well, dear. I have all the dresses. I can do it perfectly,'\u201d Clark remembers. He co-wrote the song alongside John Christie.\r\n\r\nThe two first met in 1976 when Queen played a set at London\u2019s Hyde Park.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cI stood on the wings of the stage, and I was taken aback because this guy came out in a black leotard, and I thought, \u2018Wow, what\u2019s this? Liza Minelli?'\u201d Clark remembers about when he first saw\/met Freddie. \u201cAnd then he opened his mouth and sang. It was unbelievable. What a performer. And the show went down amazingly.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cThe nice thing about the film is it\u2019s Freddie on his own without anybody else, and it shows the emotion of the song,\u201d Clark says. \u201cWe all know he\u2019s a great singer, but I don\u2019t think he\u2019s been seen on his own with just a piano like this. It makes you realize how good somebody is.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nCheck out the full music video for the song below.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=LGjt291COa0\r\nWe can't believe it's been so long since Freddie has been gone!\r\nTake a look at when Queen's Brian May talks about when they lost the incredible Freddie Mercury.