Welcome to a new semi-regular feature, the Grievous Rebus! These will make you groan — but will also make you think. (But mostly groan.) Dust off your music history knowledge and sound it out. The category is “hit song from the mid-1970s.”

I will put a pleasing photo here so you don’t accidentally spot the answer.

A rainbow appears over the Hukou Waterfall in China. (Photo by Lyu Guiming/Visual China Group via Getty Images)

Nice rainbow. Now, let’s get to work.

That first photo is obviously David Bowie. No tricks here: we’re not looking for Thin White Duke or Ziggy Stardust. “Bowie” will suffice.

Now for the second clue. Who’s that? That’s “me”! (Well, it’s a guy pointing to himself. He’s me.)

Next we come to an adorable baby. But in case you want to try to solve the puzzle with the first two clues, let me drop in another (completely unrelated) photo before we reveal the next part.

The Guide Dogs for the Blind’s new recruits. The pups were named after Queen Elizabeth II and her siblings in honor of the Golden Jubilee. (Photo by David Jones – PA Images via Getty Images)

All right, what’s that adorable baby doing? Unwrapping! Or, for our purposes, “unwrap.”

We’re down to our final clue. It’s a couch! A sofa! A…a…settee?

“Bowie” + “me” + “unwrap” + “settee.”

This photo isn’t random:

The band Queen poses with silver, gold and platinum awards they recieved from the British Phonographic Institute, for the sales of “Bohemian Rhapsody” and two albums. (Photo by PA Images via Getty Images)

BowieMeUnwrapSettee. Bohemian Rhapsody!

There you go! Thanks for playing. Now go find this leopard.