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He got flat baby
Kick in the back baby
A heart attack baby
I need your body

A hot kiss honey
He's just a bitch baby
You make me sick baby
So unrelying

I'm such a swine baby
All down the line daddy
I hate your kind baby
So...

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    anonymous
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    Sep 4th, 9:23pm report


    Michael has been through so much. This song is a cry for help about him being obliged to take massive quantities of medicines because of his fragile health. At the beginning, he expresses himself how much he feels pressured, anger and frustration about his health. In a moment, when he's calm, he keeps singing "Demerol" which was then a medicine that contained morphine. Back then, morphine was used like a medicine too, so it's not about drugs, and Michael wasn't addicted to it- he hated it. If you hear carefully in that moment, you'll hear doctors all around and hospital machines working. He comes back with another woman telling him "Did you hear what the doctor said? " so he'll take his medicines at time. It was a cry for help, a sign of being tired.



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    anonymous
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    Aug 18th, 2016 8:26am report


    Its About DRUGS Duh! Well Yea!




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