C C/B Am7 Once upon a time F C C/B Am7 Not so long ago F C People used to stand and stare C/B Am7 At the spider with the platinum hair F C C/B Am7 They thought you were immortal F C C/B Am7 We had our ups and downs F C C/B Am7 Like brothers often do F C But I was there for him C/B Am7 He was always there for me F C C/B Am7 F And we were there for you C C/B Am7 F How can I put into words what my heart feels C C/B Am7 F Its the deepest thing when somebody you love dies C C/B I just wanted to give something back to you Am7 F Gift to gift C C/B Michael, Michael Picasso Am7 F C C/B Am7 Goodnight F C C/B Am7 You used to love our house F C C/B Am7 You said it was relaxing F C Now I walk in the places you walked C/B Am7 I talk in all the spaces you talked F C C/B Am7 F It still hasn't sunk in C C/B Am7 F Are the words real that come into my head on a morning walk C C/B Am7 F Do the shadows play tricks with my mind C C/B For it feels like nothing has changed Am7 F But I know it has C C/B Michael, Michael Picasso Am7 F Goodnight G C G C Heal me, won't you heal me Bb F Nothing lasts forever Bb C Set me free G C G C Heal me, won't you heal me Bb F I'm the one whose left here Dm C Heal me Dm C Heal me Dm C Dm C F Heal me F C C/B Am7 You turned into a ghost F C C/B Am7 Surrounded by your pain F C And the thing that I like the least C/B Am7 Was sitting round Hasker Street F C C/B Am7 F Lying about the future C C/B Am7 F And we all sit in a room full of tears on a windy day C C/B Am7 F And I look down but none of these words seem right C C/B I just wanted to give something back to you Am7 F Gift to gift C C/B Michael, Michael Picasso Am7 F C Goodnight.
A letter indicates guitar chord; a letter with a slash and another letter indicates a guitar chord with a different bass note, eg Am/F#=Am chord with F# bass.
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Transcribed by Greg Luker