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Michael Jackson: Xscape Meaning

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Everywhere I turn no matter where I look
The system's in control, it's all ran by the book
I've got to get away so I can free my mind
Xscape is what I need, away from electric eyes

No matter where I am I see my face around
They then ask...

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    anonymous
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    Oct 31st, 10:58pm report


    Song talks that Michael Jackson is trying to escape from Illuminati and tired of tabloids.



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    anonymous
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    May 24th, 2016 5:43am report


    I think this songs is about how Michael Jackson struggled through his life and that he wanted to escape all the problem that he had. Like there is a part where he says "the man with the pen that writes the lies that hassle this man" meaning that Michael had problem like skin disease, nose surgery, and other tabloids that others believed. I think that's what it means I'm not sure. Just my idea of it.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 18th, 2016 1:39pm report


    escaping means overcoming some temptation that have bound you .The soul of Michael is bounded by the devil that is the cult of illuminate.And wanted to free himself.




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