Too Funky

Album: Red Hot + Dance (1992)
Charted: 4 10
  • Hey, you're just too funky for me
    I gotta get inside of you
    And I'll show you heaven, if you let me
    Hey, you're just too funky for me
    I gotta get inside (I gotta get inside)
    I gotta get inside of you (so when will that be?)
    I watch you're fingers working overtime (overtime)
    I've got to thinking that they should be mine
    I'd love to see you naked baby
    I'd like to think that sometime maybe
    Tonight, if that's alright, yeah

    Hey, you're just too funky for me
    I gotta get inside of you (won't let you go)
    I won't let you, no-no
    Hey, you're just too funky for me
    I gotta get inside (I gotta get inside)
    I gotta get inside of you (I'll let you love me)
    I watch you drinkin' and I take my time (take my time)
    I watch you sinkin' all over that cheap red wine
    I've got to see you naked, baby
    I'd like to think that sometime maybe
    Tonight my goal's in sight, yeah

    Baby, baby, baby, why do you do this to me?
    Won't let you go, (won't let you go)
    You're such a, you're such a
    Baby, baby, baby, why do you do this to me?
    I've got to know (I've got to know)
    (I'm gonna be the kind of lover that you never had)
    Hey you're just too funky
    (You're never gonna have another lover in your bed)
    You're just too funky for me

    (Would you like me to seduce you, is that what you're trying to tell me?)
    (Everybody wants a lover like that)
    Baby
    (Everybody wants a lover like that) Yeah! Yeah!
    (Everybody wants a lover like that) Everybody, everybody
    (Everybody wants a lover like that)
    (Is that what you are trying to tell me?)
    (Everybody wants a lover, everybody wants a lover like that
    Everybody wants a lover, everybody wants a lover like that
    Everybody wants a lover, everybody wants a lover like that
    Everybody wants a lover, everybody wants a lover like that)
    (Would you like me to seduce you?)
    You're such a, you're such a
    (Would you like me to seduce you?) Yeah! Yeah!
    (Would you like me to seduce you?) You're such a, you're such a
    Yeah! Yeah!
    (Would you stop playing with that radio of yours
    I'm trying to get to sleep!) Writer/s: George Michael
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Victoria Ana-tolian Semenenko 02.10.1976 from UkraineI was never actually a fan of song and video for a simple reason that video basically plagirized my own personality by a dumb blonde. Despite video as actually the song reallt looked to be dedicated to that dumb blonde.
    Someone finds that imitation is the greatest form of flattery despite I hate flattery as people who imitate me
  • Hanny from Roden, NetherlandsIn my opinion the video of this song is one of the most beautiful ones of the nineties.
  • Dana from Greenwood, ScI always wondered about "Would you like me to seduce you?" and "I'm trying to get some sleep!"
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