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Cast member Peter Dinklage attends the premiere for the sixth season of HBO's "Game of Thrones" in Los Angeles April 10, 2016. Reuters/Phil McCarten

After seeing multiple deaths in “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series, a fan has decided to make a personal request to George R. R. Martin for “Winds of Winter.” The fan decided to make the request in the form of a song and has posted the video online.

[Minor spoilers revealing some of the previous deaths in the books and “Game of Thrones” TV series]

“Don’t Kill Tyrion” is a song by Jonathan Young and is dedicated to celebrity author Martin. The song begins with Young sitting on the beach and flipping through the first novel in the series, which is titled “A Game of Thrones.” The singer tells the author that he can’t sleep and it’s Martin’s fault.

The reason for the sleeplessness of the singer is events like the Red Wedding and the fight between the Viper and the Mountain. Young says that he can’t take one more death scene like that.

Young confesses that he is a “humble geek” and there is a Lannister in his heart who is shorter than 5 feet tall. The Lannister he is talking about is not Tommen Baratheon, but Tyrion. The singer requests Martin not to kill Tyrion in “Winds of Winter.” The character is still alive in the books series and was not in any particular danger, even though there is death and war everywhere around him.

“George, I gotta ask you please…I’m not much taller than a dwarf when I’m begging on my knees….just don’t kill Tyrion,” the lyrics of the song read. Young says that he is sacred in every scene that Tyrion appears. He sings that he knows life isn’t fair, but his personal life is a little brighter when Tyrion is there.

Tyrion is admittedly Martin’s favourite character. Will he have the heart to write his death scene in “Winds of Winter”? The author has already chopped off his nose, so there are no guarantees in “A Song of Ice and Fire.”