Track Description Available in: "Just Good Friends" is a song from Michael Jackson's 1987 album Bad. The song is one of two duets on the album, the other being "I Just Can't Stop Loving You". The song features Jackson and Stevie Wonder quarelling over a girl in a light, cheerful manner. "Just Good Friends" is the fifth track on Bad with a duration of 4:08. It and "Speed Demon" are the only two tracks from the album never to be released as singles.
"Just Good Friends" is one of only two songs on Bad which were not written by Jackson himself, the other being "Man in the Mirror". The song was written and composed by the 80's song writing-partnership of Terry Britten and Graham Lyle.
"Just Good Friends" was performed only once, on November 20, 1987, during a Bad World Tour concert. During the Australian leg of the tour, there was a surprise performance of the song during a concert at Sydney's Parramatta Stadium. The concert had a sell-out crowd of 45,000 people, and fans were shocked when Stevie Wonder made a surprise appearance during the show. He and Jackson then proceeded to perform "Just Good Friends" for the first and last time.