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Music Video: Father Figure

Artisit: George Michael

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1987
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:36

  • Copyright: George Michael

Music Video For Father Figure By Artist George Michael

Reviews For Father Figure By Artist George Michael

  • Classic

    5
    By rbamford523
    This is a great video. It was considered very hot by my girlfriends, back in the day before we knew George Michael was gay. We were very young, and totally into him then. Brings back memories of being glued to the TV, watching MTV all afternoon. This was one of his best songs and the vocals are hauntingly beautiful.
  • ABOUT TIME

    5
    By wilsondvd
    THIS IS A CLASSIC FROM GEORGE MICHAEL, GREAT VIDEO AND GREAT SONG. HIGHLY RECOMENDED.
  • Blurry Picture

    4
    By ZWgrounded
    This guy looks like a punk from the 80s. He drives in a old car in the suburbs with a very feminine. This video has that classic picture where its all blurry at times. This video reminds me of snoop doggs, "sensual seduction". If you like this video you should check out "sensual seduction".

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