Famous Musicians Moved To Tears Listening To George Michael’s ‘They Won’t Go When I Go’ In Powerful Final Documentary

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Music by Superstar Magazine on October 12, 2017

In this haunting clip from the documentary George Michael: Freedom, the Late George Micahel is heard singing Stevie Wonders hit ‘They won’t go when I go’. While fellow music artists Mary J Blige, Sir Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Neil Rogers and Mark Ronson listen to George Michael, sing they also reflect on the pain, and sorrow in his voice as well as his bravery in covering a song as powerful as ‘They won’t go when I go.’

Michael, who passed away suddenly in 2016 rose to fame in the 80’s and early 90’s like one of Pop music’s most talented artists and versatile artists. His hits included Freedom, Faith, and my personal favorite Father Figure.

He was beloved worldwide for his charisma on stage and his ability to write songs that transcended generations of fans and time; his songs are still relevant today, and there is hardly anyone that doesn’t know the lyrics to the majority of his hit singles.

George Michael is missed terribly, not only by those in the music industry who respected him as a rare talent but also by his fans who adored him for his bravery and engaging music.

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