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Keith Urban's new song Gemini shares sordid details on his sex life with Nicole Kidman

Well aren't you guys a little saucy!

By Chloe Lal

Keith Urban has a PSA for anyone who may be curious about what his sex life with wife Nicole Kidman is like.

Leaving literally nothing to the imagination, the 50-year-old paints us a very sultry picture with his brand new song Gemini.

And no little lie - it sounds like the country crooner is one chuffed man.

If you've ever wondered what Nic and Keith are like behind closed doors... Wonder no more.
If you've ever wondered what Nic and Keith are like behind closed doors... Wonder no more.

The proud hubby belts, "She's a maniac in the bed but a brainiac in the head."

And it doesn't stop there, adding, "She'll wake you to make love in the middle of the night."

Clearly Keith and Nicole want to avoid having the talk with their two girls Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret.

Instead they can just play this...

ICYMI: Nicole Kidman is "a maniac in the bed but a brainiac in the head." - Love, Keith Urban.
ICYMI: Nicole Kidman is "a maniac in the bed but a brainiac in the head." - Love, Keith Urban.

To think, just a few weeks ago they were gazing into each other's eye singing ballads... And now things have made it to the bedroom!

Chatting to the Telegraph, Keith spoke about the new banger.

"Gemini is just a simple, fun, sexy-arse song about my wife."

"There certainly would have been a time when I wouldn't have been sure it felt right coming out of my mouth," he said.

"But if I feel that way about her, what is the problem?"

Keith acknowledges that he hasn't penned the next "Blowing In The Wind (by Bob Dylan) or Imagine (by John Lennon)".

"It is just fun."

We bet it is Mr Urban!

Keith is quite proud of his new album, Graffiti U which he describes as a "love letter to music."

His new sound features a bevy of famous guests including Ed Sheeran and Chris Martin.

"I love that I get to make music and that I get to make it with whoever the hell I want to make it with."