Apple's Siri has several neat little tricks up her sleeve, including a new one where she'll "sing," or at the very least recite, one of the greatest songs ever written, "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen.

Released in 1975 on the band's A Night at the Opera album, the song is one of the most identifiable songs in the history of music. From the opening lyric, "Is this the real life, or is this just fantasy...," to the final word, it defined who Queen was and solidified their place in music history. It found new life in the early '90s, thanks to a little movie called, Wayne's World, and the famous scene where Wayne, Garth, and a couple of their buddies lip sync along to the words while likely giving themselves whiplash from the intense head banging when the tempo picks up.

I discovered this new trick on People.com, and had to give it a shot. It's simple to execute, access Siri, then simply need to utter the lyric, "I see a little silhouetto of a man," and Siri will take it from there. Check it out.