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Billie Jean By Michael Jackson

Song meaning of Billie Jean by Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Song meaning for Billie Jean by Michael Jackson

"Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson tells the story of a woman named Billie Jean who claims that the narrator is the father of her child. The narrator denies the claim, insisting that Billie Jean is not his lover and that the child is not his son. The song also touches on the dangers of fame and the importance of being careful with one's actions and relationships. The catchy beat and iconic dance moves of the song have made it a classic in pop music history.

Funny song meaning for Billie Jean by Michael Jackson

Ohhhhh Billie Jean, the classic tale of a beauty queen who caused a scene and claimed that poor MJ was the father of her child. But let's be real, he was just the guy who danced on the floor in the round with her one time, and now she's out here trying to trap him with a baby. MJ's momma warned him to be careful of who he loved, but he didn't listen and now he's dealing with this psycho stalker who thinks she's his girlfriend. But don't worry, MJ isn't going down without a fight. He's singing it out to the world, Billie Jean is NOT his lover, and that kid is certainly NOT his son. Sorry, Billie, but you got played.

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