In a previously unreleased track, the king of pop, Michael Jackson, sings against abortion.

The upbeat, posthumously released tune, “Song Groove (A/K/A Abortion Papers),” appears in the recently released “Bad 25th Anniversary Edition” CD box set on the second disc. Jackson’s song tells the story of a woman considering an abortion and uses Christian themes to urge against the decision to abort.

The new revelation has pro-lifers smiling and at least one columnist calling the song “misogynistic.” “Hey, if you abort ‘em, you can’t dangle ‘em,” wrote Jesse Taylor at Wonkette, referring to Jackson’s bizarre 2002 decision to hang his then nine-month-old baby Prince Michael II over a balcony in Berlin.

The lyrics read in part:

Those abortion papers
Signed in your name against the words of God
Those abortion papers
Think about life, I’d like to have my child

Sister confused, she went alone
What about love?
What about all I saw?
Biding a life, reading the words
Singing a song, citing a Bible verse

Via The Daily Caller

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