[Verse 1]
You got yourself some action
Said you got yourself a body
You got yourself an ass with
Mind of it's own bring something to the party
You got yourself addicted
You shoot up, it saves you time
You got yourself a paycheck
Faces in the places where the sun don't shine

[Chorus 1]
I'll be your sexual freeek
Of the week
I'll be your inspirational brother (sister)
Yo mama can't you see
I'll be your sexual freeek
Of the week (Oh touch it)
I'll be your educational lover
Your one fuck fantasy
Can I come on in, my sweet baby
Can I move on in
Can I come on in, my sweet baby,
Can I move on in

[Verse 2]
You got yourself some action
Said you got your sexy Java
You got your speed connection
Free chat, fuck that, get a little harder
You got yourself a big bed
You shoot off, take your time
In the house with a bitch and a mouse
And your daddy's plastic how fantastic yeah

[Chorus 2]
I'll be your sexual freeek (Back up on this) Of the week
(Yeah... I think I need a re-booty) I'll be your inspirational brother (Sister)
Yo mama can't you see
I'll be your sexual freeek (B,B,Back)
Of the week (B,B,Back back, sexy mama) (Sexual) I'll be your educational
Lover (Yeah)
Your one fuck fantasy
Can I come on in, my sweet baby
Can I move on in
Can I come on in, my sweet baby,
Can I move on in

[BDG]
Sexual freeek (Sister)
I think I need a re-booty
Sexual freeek (Sister)
I'll be your sexual freeek, of the week
I'll be your inspirational brother, Yo mama can't you see I'll be your
Sexual freeek, of the week
I'll be your educational lover, your one fuck fantasy (Sister) (Baby)
Sexual freeek, (Baby) Inspirational brother You got yourself some action
Said you got yourself a body
You got yourself an ass with mind of its own brings something to the
Party

[Out Chorus]
Come on kids, don't be scared
It's a tits and ass world you gotta be prepared
Come on kids, don't be scared
It's a tits and ass world you gotta be prepared
Come on kids, you know
Your mama and your daddy don't care
Don't be scared, it's a tits and ass
World you gotta be prepared


Lyrics submitted by roger wilco

Freeek! Lyrics as written by James Jackman Niall Flynn

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    General Comment

    there are several samples on the song (about 5 i think). 2 i remember or Aaliyah's "Try Again" & Q-tip's "Breath & Stop" the latter being harder to spot, but it's there.

    lboogyon February 21, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i transcribed this from having seen the video about 8 million times.

    what i wasn't sure of, was whether or not he says "sister" or "system" because he quite conceivably sounds like he could be saying either one. and i think both words are interchangeable here.

    the song is about sex in the information age. and the video is like "bladerunner" on acid.

    roger wilcoon June 06, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    OMG! I can't believe this song only got one comment! The video (and song) was very controversial. I loved it though, great tune! And I think we all know what its about from the lyrics.

    the_libertineon February 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Anyone else notice that that noise in the background is very like Aaliyah's "Try Again"? A friend pointed it out; it's spot-on.

    Artemisianon May 16, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Not sure about the background being like Aaliyah's "Try Again" because I haven't heard the song but I've always taken the song to be made up of the sounds of an internet connection/modem dialling, only jazzed up a bit.

    george_fanon February 10, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This Song made me like George Michael all the more.

    Come on kids don't be scared it's a tits and ass world you gotta be prepared!

    bonnielynnon July 26, 2007   Link

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