If you'd gotten my original point, you wouldn't be on this unnecessary tangent. It's not about the song or the repetitive nature of it, it's about if you listen to a song like Girls, how can there be so many writers when there is so few layers? It took that many people to work that out? Whatever you may think of Bohemian Rhapsody, I don't think you can deny it is well written, even though it may not be to your tastes. And a song like BR can be broken down and studied in pieces - as can Somebody To Love or Seven Seas Of Rhye or Don't Stop Me Now or whatever. The particular song doesn't matter. The artistic ability to write a song is what matters. And less and less people are doing it themselves or they're choosing a different songwriting method - like using a computer to assemble a tune. Nothing wrong with that. But from someone who has actually written songs, let me tell you, building a song piece by piece, layer by layer is not anywhere near the same as discovering a tune through jamming and feeling, then filling out the rest later on. And I think people can connect with that so much more because it was borne from feeling, as opposed to stuff like 'doof doof' crap which might get you moving on the dancefloor but won't alter your consciousness in any lasting positive way, at no time and in no stretch of the imagination. That's it in a nutshell.