It's late
Time for bed
So I sit, and wait
For that gin and tonic
To go to your head

I know
It's a devious plan
But it's the only way that I know
To get those big bad car keys
Out of your hand

You know
That I remain a gentleman
But even so
There's only so much
A gentleman can stand
Sleep with me
Oh sleep with me tonight

My cards are on your table
My dreams are in your bed
If I was able
I'd be there instead

Sleep with me tonight

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A Last Request (I Want Your Sex, Pt. 3) Lyrics as written by George Michael

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    General CommentOkay, I like the comments, but you have to realize that George was "in the closet", and if you read inbetween the lines, from former wham days. He is defiantly, trying to tell the world something, that it was not ready to hear. He is much more happier now, that he is out. He is a great fantastic lyric writer and should be credit for it.
    ourladypaulinaon June 06, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis song means " dying to fuck ..."
    Shay Spessianon September 28, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGeorge wrote this from his diary. This is about an encounter with someone that he has a strong sexual attraction for. The evening events put him in a moment in which he has dreamed and want for a long time. But the condition of the situation is not worth taking advantage of. Yes, the person is a easy targot for the taking, but when you yearn and desire someone passionately. You don't want your love making shadow with a drunken hazed memore. He is very romantic man and he want his sexual encounters to be intense and rememberable.
    Battlestationbabyon September 15, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI argree with battlestationsbaby. but i would like to point out, this is part 3 of i want your sex, in which he was trying to convince the same girl to go to bed with him-ironic isn't it.
    spikesprincesson September 16, 2002   Link

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