“Made in Heaven” is the third single recorded by Freddie Mercury, and his fourth release as a solo artist.
Originally featured in Mercury’s debut album, the song was slightly edited and published as a 45rpm paired with “She Blows Hot and Cold”, described on the record sleeve as ‘A Brand New Track’. The single reached #57 on the UK Singles Chart.
After Mercury’s death, the song’s title gave the name to Queen’s 1995 posthumous album Made in Heaven. The song was also chosen, along with “I Was Born to Love You”, to be re-recorded for the album, with the previous vocals over a newly recorded instrumental track.