Well, if I really had the chance to meet George I think I would liked
to be able to be there for him during some of his hard times in life.
I would never ask for anything in return from him. Trying to get him
trough hard times, to offer him my support would be enough.
love from Celine.
I'd like to meet him now, as he seems to be very happy with his life
I would like to meet George at any time of his (or my) life; to be
honest I still hope that it will happen one fine day. Answering
your question I would say I would like to meet him at the worst time
of his life, when he needed support and understanding. As every man
in this world he has had such time, though since I like him very much
I wish him all the best in his future.
I would like to have met George when he went from his "Faith"
transition to "Praying For Time." He seemed to have some interesting
views and I would want ask him about those views.
If I could meet Mr. Michael at any point in his career it would be
during the Wham! years because although I really liked his Faith album
and I loved Andrew's Son of Albert album,they did some of my favorite
songs when they were Wham! and I would give my soul to the devil to
either go back in time and see them then or have them get back together
now and do some new stuff together. Mr. Michael, Mr. Ridgeley, PLEASE
PLEASE PLEASE get back together and save me from the malarcy people
consider music today.
If I could meet George at anytime in his life it would be when he was
a depressed teenager and thought that nobody ever fancied him, so that
I could go out with him!
Well its a good idea isn't it?
I would take the chance to meet him since ten years ago, I think at
time he wasn't gay?
Cheers from Sam
I could say yesterday on until forever. I could say from the day he
was born. I could say on the day he realized who he is.
I will have to say the time that would mean the most would have been
to be with him in his past before all his pain came so I could have
maybe helped in some way to have worked him around all the nasty people
that tried to attach on to his light and burn it out and use it up before
he could find out his own worth (NOT $ WORTH) .
The reason why I would pick this time would only explain how I to am
no better than the others. My reason for wanting to be with him at this
time is because I feel I have been cheated out of music that I know
he did not write or could not write because of what was taking place around
him. I HAVE BEEN CHEATED. And unless I am allowed to go back in his
past and some how retrieve this music it is lost forever GONE! GONE!
GONE! My soul cries when I think about this. I am not a loony love lorn
fan of Mr. Michael's, but I do enjoy his word and music to a point
of where it can make others think so. Some people do not express them
self very well, THIS MAN DOES IT VERY WELL WITH NO SHAME. What more
could a soul ask for. I am given what I need when I listen to Mr. Michael.
I find Mr. Michael to be a special man with the talent of some one who
has the ability to do good things for others but in his world doing
good things seems to be a bad thing. I am so sorry for this and I wish
that he did not have to spend so much time running around in the circle
of money hungry people which could have and some what has sucked the
life out of him. He has done very well in spite of all the brick walls
and I hope that he continues to do so.
YAK, YAK, YAK ENOUGH SAID,
Lauren M. White
Today, because I finally have to courage to tell him how I feel about
him and to ask him if I could take him out for dinner and a movie!
so in answer to the question.
i would have loved to have shared george's thoughts while he was constructing...OLDER
I would have liked to meet George before fame. The year 1979, to be
exact. It would have been neat to see Yoggie and Andy then.
I'd like to go back to the time when his mother passed. My mother was
dying of cancer at the time (she passed about 3 months later) and I
think I could have been of some comfort to him, or vice versa. It's
been over a year since I lost my mother and I know it would have been
some relief to me, and it could have changed many stupid choices I made
soon after, if someone had been there for me to talk to and confide
Hey, I would like to meet George when he was happy with his self, and
having a great time. Maybe in a pub or something like that. Somewhere
where I could have a good nice chat with him. It doesn't matter where!
Greeting, Marille Polak
If I could travel back in time I would have liked to meet George during
the Faith Tour.
There is no specific time I would l like to go back in time to see/meet
George Michael. All the work he has done throughout his career since
the "Wham" days has been excellent in all ways possible. His
music, videos, talent and most of all George as a person are very hard
to beat buy anyone else by far!!
Keep up the good work!
I must say "Outside" is a excellent piece of work as usual!!
I would have liked to have met George right after Faith was released.
My room was plastered in his pics, and oh, the dreams I had about him
october 20 1988 in Atlanta, Georgia. to see if he received a certain
poem about WHAM!
when would I like to meet George, well, that is a good question, In
the beginning I was'nt sure if I liked George Michael, I liked his music
and his presentation on stage. now, however, I think way to go George,
and I wish the media would leave him alone, other than for publicity
reasons, what he does on his own time is his business, and that's the
way it should be. I feel he has grown musicaly and personaly, I would
like to meet him at anytime of his carreer, having a brother in the
music bus. and seeing how hard it is and how much they go through just
to get to where they want to be, I have nothing but respect for all
musicians, especially ones like Mr. Michaels that is'nt afraid to express
himself privately and in his music, and also keep his sanity and sense
So, in conclusion I say Way to go George Michaels, and never stop being
just to see what kind of things he did as a kid and what kinds of friends
he had . and see how he got where he is today and who was an infulaence
on him in the music world. and what was his first job. thanks margaret
If I could travel back in time to meet George, I'd probably go back
to around the time that he'd go bug collecting early in the morning,
singing songs to himself. I'd like to meet him as a child who
is just starting out on life's trail because it would give me a better
understanding of who he is now.