"Heaven Help Me" as written by and George/estus Michael....
If you want it, you can have it
That's what you said
But I don't want the things that you leave behind
Take the pictures, take the windows and the walls
But, baby, won't you leave me my peace of mind?
Oh, such a waste of time
Oh, such a waste
I still want you, baby

Heaven help me, heaven help me
Talk to strangers, talk to strangers
Heaven help me
Over you
Help me over you
I can't seem to take these changes
Everything reminds my heart of you

Thought the first time was the last time
We'd be here forever
Now I find I'm having to search again
It'll happen
It's gotta happen
Come together
I just wish somebody would tell me when

Oh, such a waste of time
Oh, such a waste
I still want you, baby

Heaven help, heaven help
Heaven, heaven, heaven, help me
Heaven help, heaven help
Heaven, heaven, heaven, help me

You're someone else's lady
So sad without you, darlin'
The gods of love can't help me now
Heaven help, heaven help
Heaven, heaven, heaven, help me


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"Heaven Help Me" as written by Deon Estus George Michael

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    General CommentThis is not a George Michael song. He only does the backup vocals on this track.
    dugan31on March 21, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSong was done by Deon Estus
    dugan31on April 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis whole song is cover up involving the relationship between George Michael and Deon Estus, his bass player.
    The song is about George Michael leaving the now disbanded group, WHAM. Any female references are references from Deon Estus about George Michael.
    kenn coolon June 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is just so sweet... whether it's about George Michael or otherwise.
    limetreeon July 12, 2007   Link

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