Con Billie Jean, nel 1984 Michael Jackson vinceva ben due Grammy Awards: quello per miglior performance maschile e quello per miglior canzone Rhythm & Blues. Contenuta nell’album da 109 milioni di copie, Thriller, il singolo da solo vendette 6 milioni di copie. Fu proprio durante un’esibizione live di Billie Jean che Michael Jackson eseguì per la prima volta il suo famoso passo Moonwalk, il quale rimane tutt’oggi inevitabilmente associato alla canzone.
Il titolo “Billie Jean” si rifà al nome di Billie Jean King, nota tennista californiana in attività negli anni ’60.
Michael Jackson Billie Jean Accordi Chitarra Testo Lyrics Guitar Chords
Intro: F#m F#m She was more like a beauty queen from a movie scene Bm I said don`t mind but what do you mean,I am the one F#m Who will dance on the floor in the round Bm She said I am the one F#m Who will dance on the floor in the round? She told me her name was Billie Jean as she caused a scene. Then ev`ry head turned with eyes that dreamed Bm Of being the one, F#m Who will dance on the floor in the round D F#m People always told me, be careful what you do. D F#m And don`t go around breaking young girls' hearts D F#m And mother always told me, be careful who you love, D C#(7) And be careful what you do, `cause the lie becomes the truth, hey F#m Billie Jean is not my lover, Bm She's just a girl who claims that I am the one F#m But the kid is not my son Bm She says I am the one, F#m But the kid is not my son For forty days and forty nights, law was on her side But who can stand when she`s in demand, Her scemes and plans `Cause we danced on the floor in the round. So take my strong advice: Just remember to always think twice She told my baby we danced till three, and she looked at me, Then showed a photo. My baby cried. His eyes were like mine. Can we dance on the floor in the round? People always told me, be careful what you do. And don`t go around breaking young girls' hearts. But you came and stood right by me, just a smell of sweet perfume. This happened much too soon. She called me to her room, hey