A letter from Sinatra to George Michael!

Late George Michael hit the top of the charts in the ’80-es and the beginning of ’90-es. But then, as many others before him, he started feeling the burden of fame. “I’m not stupid enough to think that I can deal with another 10 or 15 years of major exposure,” Michael said at the time. “I think that is the ultimate tragedy of fame. People who are simply out of control, who are lost. I’ve seen so many of them, and I don’t want to be another cliché.”

But then Frank Sinatra sent him a letter reminding him of some things in life…

 

 

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