The title takes its name from the verse: "The fairy folk have gathered 'round the new moon shine; To see Feller crack a nut at night's noontime", written by Freddie Mercury, for the song "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke" (which appears on Queen's second album "Queen II" [1974]). The song was written for, and titled after, the painting of the same name by Richard Dadd.
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