'The show must go on" inspiration

Ever since I can remember I always liked "the show must go on" uptempo rockin' sound with Freddie's powerful vocals but it wasn't until I found out the back story to this song that I fell in love with it and decided that I needed to make  my version of it.

Brian May wrote this for Freddie while he was dying of Aids and recorded it just before he died. So the challenge would be how to do it  justice  without imitating Freddie by  internalizing to express my own reality. Of course I am not dying but I let my imagination guide me, Also given the fact that in the last 5 years I have seen death up close by watching 5 family members suffer and die of cancer I drew from that. I almost give up my music career because the intensity of the grief was too much but deep down I knew that The show must go on. So in this spirit I recorded this song.

But why such an arrangement ? so different than the original? I'll explain tomorrow