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You Know That I Want To – George Michael

Lover don’t love too much
It’s a bad thing, a sad thing
And it’s heaven to the touch
Hey, everybody’s got some moment in their life
They can’t change ( don’t they baby?)

I know you don’t care what’s right or wrong
All that I know
Is that love don’t belong here
And so it’s better to turn the page
And watch me walk away,
My dear, watch me walk away
But you say

I can’t stop but you know that I want to
I can’t stop don’t you know that I want you
I want you baby (more than ever)

I can’t stop but you know that I want to
I can’t stop don’t you know that I want youBut it’s never gonna be that easy child
I don’t wanna waste your time

Lover don’t love too much
I’m a bad boy, I’m a sad boy
And I’ll never give you much
Hey, everybody’s got some moment in their life
They can’t change

So I do not dare to take you home
All that I know
Is that something is so wrong with this heat
Why do you touch the flame?
You know you feel the pain, my dear
You always find it here

But you say

I can’t stop but you know that I want to
I can’t stop don’t you know that I want you
(please don’t say it)I want you baby (more that ever)

I can’t stop but you know that I want to
I can’t stop don’t you know that I want you
But it’s never gonna be that easy child

You need a lover
And I am just a friend

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Round Here – George Michael

My daddy got here on the gravy train
I guess my mama had a real bad start to the game
They went walking and she took his name
Round here

There was dancing in the afternoons those days
Waiting tables, chasing girls with the money he made
It was 1957, and love felt the same, love felt the same

Frightened little girl, she makes a break
Into the arms of… something better
Round here

I hear my mama call in Kingsbury Park
Just me and David and a football that glowed in the dark
Waiting patiently to make my mark
Round here

And I remember my first day at school
And I remember trouble, and thinking I was so cool
I remember it all, like yesterday

Don’t you

Every time I try to leave this place
Something inside says, “You can do better”
Round here

So come with me, let me show you where I’ve lived
I want to put my hands in this earth again
Music fell like rain to the streets
The Specials and The Jam, to The Beat
Even though I think I’ve seen everything there is to see of this world
I gotta be thankful that this crowded space
Is the place of my birth

When all that I wanted, was to be someone.

Two little Hitlers in an old church hall
Some cheesy covers and those neighbours that banged on the walls
Andy says it’s time to show them all
Round here

Please sir, we two have other plans
Please sir you would not understand,
What’s going on
Is magical, can’t you see
That some of us do more than dream

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Every time I try to leave this place
Something inside says, “Keep on keeping, on and on….”
Around here

So come with me, let me show you where I’ve lived
I want to put my hands in this earth again
Music fell like rain to the streets
The Specials and The Jam, ABC
Even though I think I’ve seen everything there is to see of this world
I gotta be thankful that this crowded space
Is the place of my birth

My birth,
In this town,
Yes I guess I got to be someone

To be somebody
In the Beautiful city

This place I call home
These streets of London
It’s everything I know (everything and everybody)
On the streets of London
I want to thank you

My daddy got here on the gravy train.

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Brother Can You Spare A Dime – George Michael

Once I Built A Railroad, Made It Run
Made it race against time
Once i built a rairoad, now it’s done
Brother can you spare a dime?
Once i built a tower to the sun
Brick and rivet and lime
Once i built a tower, now it’s done
Brother can you spare a dime?

Once in khaki suits
Gee, we looked swell
Full of that yankee doodle de dum
Half a million boots went slogging through hell
I was the kid with the drum
Say don’t you remember, they called me al
It was al all the time
Say don’t you remember, i’m your pal!
Buddy can you spare a dime?

Once i built a railroad, made it run
Made it race against time
Once i built a rairoad, now it’s done
Brother can you spare a dime?
Once i built a tower to the sun
Brick and rivet and lime
Once i built a tower, now it’s done
Brother can you spare a dime?

Once in khaki suits
Gee, we looked swell
Full of that yankee doodle de dum
Half a million boots went slogging through hell
I was the kid with the drum
Say don’t you remember, they called me al
It was al all the time
Say don’t you remember, i’m your pal!
Buddy can you spare a dime?

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Crazyman Dance – George Michael

Well I’m still here
But I’m so scared
Got myself in trouble, so much trouble
I know I’ve got to make it
But I just can’t take New York
My middle name is fear
I have a vacant stare
And it’s been so long since my body’s been warm
I know I’ve got to make it
But I just can’t take New York
I came here
All dreams and wide eyes in the big, big city
No family, no money
And I don’t even know what’s hit me

He hasn’t seen a doctor
Since he got here in the spring
Went to the Medicentre
But they wouldn’t let him in
Without a green card
Life can be so hard
Take pity on a man without a home of his own
How could he ever have known?

Every street and every corner
Watch them drowning
Watch them do the Crazyman Dance
Men and Women to the slaughter
We just stand and watch them
Do the Crazyman Dance

It’s been one whole year
And it’s just not fair
For all the pushing and shoving
I’ve still got nothing
I’m never gonna make it
And I’m stuck here in New York
So people don’t come near
Unless you’ve a dollar to spare
‘Cause you know what they say
About madmen on the subways of New York
Believe it
Yesterday’s newspapers
I wrap them around my body
Outside these skyscrapers
I wait for the night to hit me
And boy, does it hit me

Every street and every corner
Watch them drowning
Watch them do the Crazyman Dance
For a nickel or a quarter
For your pleasure
Watch them do the Crazyman Dance

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I’m coming to London
I’m coming to Paris
I’m coming to make you good clean people embarrassed
Why don’t you look at my face
Why don’t you look in my eyes
You’d rather look at your feet
You’d rather look at the skies

Oh, you’d look anywhere
But at a man whose pure existence
Says ‘I ain’t got time’
And I don’t care
I don’t care
You just don’t care
Care

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