There's a few bands out there where you can't help but think, they would do an awesome cover of this song.

Meet Panic! At The Disco, a pop-punk rock band that formed in 2004. Some of the band's most well known songs are "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", "Nine In The Afternoon" and "This Is Gospel."

They have a pretty good sound and the lead singer, Brendon Urie has an excellent voice which he sometimes experiments with. I was first introduced to the band in 2005 when their debut album "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out" was released and I was impressed.

Around 2009 I lost interest in the band after their "Pretty. Odd." album because that was around when I started college and just fell out of the music loop for a little bit. It wasn't until just recently when I re-discovered the band with their latest single 'This Is Gospel" that I became a fan again.

Yet there was something I always thought they would excel out no matter what. I always thought the band could do an excellent Queen cover. The songs of choices were "The Show Must Go On", "Radio Gaga", "Bicycle Race" (the song I thought would fit Panic!'s style the best) and "Bohemian Rhapsody."

During their tour to support their latest album they actually performed one of these songs during their tour and I have to say, they did an excellent job with it.