September 6, As the remainder of the Dangerous World Tour was canceled, Michael retreated from the public eye in late November of , in an attempt to end his drug dependency. Michael released an audio statement to the press:.
The pressure resulting from these false allegations, coupled with the incredible energy necessary for me to perform caused so much distress that it left me physically and emotionally exhausted. I became increasingly more dependent to the painkillers to get me through the days of the tour.
However, the media gave no sympathy to Michael whose emotional and physical health was at risk. Instead, the embattled star became the subject of taunts and ridicule:.
News of the World ran the headline, Hunt for Jacko the Fugitive. How does it feel to have the biggest selling album of all time? How does it feel to be admired by so many? How does it feel to be wealthy and famous? How does it feel to be so talented? Michael suggests it all means nothing when you feel isolated, disconnected and alone.
Deemed a criminal, a forsaken man, Michael repeatedly asks the media to separate his celebrity persona from his true self. Michael is asking for privacy and for the public and media to understand that behind his image he is a man. Sign in.
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General Comment FuzzyMonkey, you're an idiot. Infidelity, plain and simple. The stranger describes "the mystery guest" that lurks either in our past, or present, and is enoug to damage a current relationship. It isn't OUR face, as some people believe on here, it's another lover's face he his talking about. The part that mentions "don't be afraid to try again, everyone goes south, every now and then" Meaning we all screw up.
Meaning your better half could have gone out and executed this one perfectly, and the other person was a victim to it To sum it up, the Stranger is the "mystery guest" hiding behind curtain 1. You have no idea who he or she is, and that makes them I assure you, this is not the case though, I will concede, most deffo are. If the stranger was, indeed, not a mask worn that confused him, he should be able to recognize his cheating wife. Again, I find your interpretation novel, inventive, and interesting but, ultimately, unlikely to be correct.
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Flag BekkaZ on June 03, General Comment strdsbrg, I think you are right. But I think it is broader than just fetishes, but all aspects of your personality. It talks about stuff secrets we share but there are some things about ourselves we never share with anyone, even the people we are closest to.
I know there are things in my head that are intrinsic to who I am, but that I would never share with loved ones because it would freak them out. And they have nothing to do with sex. I think most people are like that. I've heard this song since I was a kid but I never bothered to dissect the lyrics before.
But this is currently my favorite song. These lyrics are deep. General Comment This song is one of the best written songs I have ever heard. There are three incredible melodies in this song, and the lyricism is to die for.
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Considering the main character "puts on a different face" and hides himself from the world etc. General Comment I agree with most people here, though, I think "The Stranger" refers to not our true selves, but rather, our artificial ones, the faces we create to please others and adapt to social situations. Because, of course, it would be our lovers who know our true selves. The question is, do we ever let our lovers see the people we become when we are out in the world?