Souvenir handwritten lyrics to ‘Black or White,’ two pages, 8.5 x 11, signed in the upper right of the first page in black felt tip, “Michael Jackson.” Jackson pens 23 lines of lyrics to the song, in full (spelling and grammar retained): “Black or White/ I took my baby on/ a Saturday bang/ Boy is that girl with/ Yes were one and the same/ I believe in miraclis/ and a miracal is happening/ tonight/ But if youre thinkin bout my/ Baby it don’t matter if/ your black or white/ I took my message to/ the Saturday Sun/ I had to tell them I am/ second to none/ and I told them bout/ equality and its true/ either your wrong or/ your right/ But if your thinkin/ of being my baby/ it don’t matter if your/ black or white.” Attractively mounted, cloth-matted, and framed with an image from the ‘Black or White’ album sleeve and a nameplate to an overall size of 37.5 x 22. In fine condition. Originates from the collection of concert promoter and personal friend of the Jackson family, David Gest. Pre-certified Roger Epperson/REAL and RR Auction COA.
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