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Music Video: I Want Your Sex

Artisit: George Michael

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1987
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:55

  • Copyright: George Michael

Music Video For I Want Your Sex By Artist George Michael

Reviews For I Want Your Sex By Artist George Michael

  • Great song from one of the sexyest gay men alive!lol

    By aaliyahfan
    i always knew that boy was gay but i thought he was still sexy! i love this video and song, my favorit thing he says is "not everybody dose it, but everybody should"!lol
  • I want your sex, George!

    By Squilliam
    Great video, great song by a great singer from a great era!
  • Amazing for Its Time!!

    By dbor1
    This is what started it all. If you look back at 1987/88 this track and style ruled this time period. Although it origninally people where shocked by the track title, the song rocked and it toped many charts and air ways. The song is still great and so is the video. His style and voice still remain amazing after so many years and George still manages to remain relevant. Also he still can sell out stadiums and arenas in his concerts.
  • Finally!

    By Shore94
    Finally, More George. doesnt get any better than him.....then and now!!

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