Well, this one is something about... "me". I've read somewhere that the line "Gallileo figaro magnifico" in the middle of the "operatic" section of the song, actually, is a slightly corrupted Latin phrase, "Galileo figuro magnifico", translated as "Magnify the Galilean's image". It's a key phrase, which reveals the entire meaning of the song, and usually it isn't translated by the researchers. In fact, "Galileo" was the name of Jesus Christ in the ancient Rome. In other words, the only way to get out of the demonic nightmare of the song is to magnify Jesus Christ and ask Him for help. But the boy can't believe that God is concerned about him, and refuses the salvation ("Nobody loves me")." But why "Gallileo" is repeated five times? In The Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini the crowd calls to the town barber five times: Figaro, Figaro, Figaro, Figaro, Figaro! So it's not difficult to see the analogy. Plus, as everybody knows, Galileo is the name of the an Italian physicist and astronomer, who made in the early 17th century the first telescopic observations of the planet Mercury... If this is true, what kind of GENIUS Freddie was?