"If You Asked Me To" is the title of a song written and originally released as the lead single for Patti LaBelle's seventh solo studio album, entitled Be Yourself, and for the Licence to Kill soundtrack. The song is a ballad written by critically acclaimed songwriter Diane Warren. The lyrics are from the point of view of a woman who pleads to her significant other:
- "If you asked me to
- I just might change my mind
- And let you in my life forever."
Famous quotes containing the words asked me to and/or asked:
“I myself smoke, but my wife asked me to speak today on the harmfulness of tobacco, so what can I do? If its tobacco, then let it be tobacco.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“Andrews: Do you love her?
Peter: A normal human being couldnt live under the same roof with her without going nutty. Shes my idea of nothing!
Andrews: I asked you a simple question. Do you love her?
Peter: Yes! But dont hold it against me. Im a little screwy myself.”
—Robert Riskin (18971955)