Butterflies (Michael Jackson Song)

Butterflies (Michael Jackson Song)

"Butterflies" is a song by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was written and composed by Andre Harris and Marsha Ambrosius, and produced by Jackson and Harris. The track appears on Jackson's tenth studio album, Invincible (2001). The song is Micheal Jackson's last single from a studio album. "Butterflies" is a midtempo ballad song with R&B musical styles. The single received generally positive reviews from music critics; some music reviewers described the song as being one of the best songs on Invincible while others felt that it was a "decent track".

The song was released as the third single from Invincible in the United States only in February 2002, by Epic Records. The track had a good chart performance in the United States, peaking at number fourteen on the Billboard Hot 100, and also charting at number two and thirty-six, respectively, on alternative Billboard charts in 2001 and 2002. "Butterflies" was not promoted by a music video.

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