Two versions of this have emerged a Dusty Springfield version and a Byrds version. The Byrds ver. is E - A - Asus2 - C#m G#m - C#m then back to the E. The Dusty Springfield track is the same as the Queen version but the Dsus2 would be replaced with an E. But I don't think it sounds right, the sus2 is a lot more suttle a change than a full chord change.
A D Dsus2 A I think I'm going back to the things I learnt so well in my youth D Dsus2 A I think I'm returning to those days when I was young enough to know the truth F#m C#m Now there are no games To only pass the time F#m A No more colouring books No Christmas bells to chime D Dsus2 A D Dsus2 A But thinking young and growing older is no sin And I can't play the game of life to win D Dsus2 A I can recall a time When I wasn't ashamed to reach out to a friend D Dsus2 A And now I think I've got A lot more than just my toys to lend F#m C#m Now there's more to do Than watch my sailboat glide F#m A And every day can be My magic carpet ride D Dsus2 A And I can play hide and seek with my fears D Dsus2 A And live my days instead of counting my years F#m C#m Then everyone debates The true reality F#m A I'd rather see the world The way it used to be D Dsus2 A D Dsus2 A little bit of freedom's all we lack So catch me if you can A I'm going back
Well I hope you all enjoy this, because this is a song that has never been transcribed before, which when you think about it sounds daft, because almost every other Queen song/cover is transcribed in some form. And this song is quite popular among fans.