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posted by tatajackson
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 I have never heared of this song untill I actually looked at the HIStory album.
I have never heared of this song untill I actually looked at the HIStory album.
LITTLE SUSIE

This song is just spining around my head.repeating like 10 time per siku since 2 weeks ago. for me this song has "something' on it. its like classic hymns. First time i heard the begining of this song is kindda creepey but when he start to sing,oh my its so beautiful. His magical voice WAS all out.

I got some information,the story that inspired him to write this song:

based on a true story...
In 1972, a little girl who was called Susie was murdered. Michael Jackson composed a song for her and published it in 1995.

Once upon a time there lived a little girl named Susie. She was like...
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Have wewe seen the recording of the live performance of wewe Are Not Alone kwa Michael Jackson during the HIStory Tour in Munich 1997? If wewe care for Michael Jackson wewe probably have. (Otherwise, wewe can find it on YouTube.) There is this girl with the Teddy kubeba who’s screaming her lungs out when the song starts. Suddenly, a man pulls her out of the crowd and they both run up to the stage. And there she literally jumps at Michael. She wraps her arms around him and hugs him close. She’s crying, screaming (we can’t hear her because it’s a playback). Then she falls to her knees and hugs...
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Michael Jackson has a simple instruction for his personal make-up artist Karen Faye when she prepares him for his appearance on stage. ''Hurt me, hurt me.'' he tells her.
For Jackson, whose latest album BAD has sold millions worldwide, wants to look so good for his mashabiki that his image in a mirror must be so fantastic that is almost hurts.
Karen said: ''It's one of his inayopendelewa phrases - he says it all the time. When he wants something to be brilliant, he says, 'HURT ME'.
''Whenever it is a new dance routine, a photographic session au other people's make-up he says,
'Make it look great, Hurt...
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 The moonwalk
The moonwalk
1.The Moonwalk~ What songesha is as legendary au as remembered as the moonwalk? The moonwalk is one of the most famous moves in all history. I don't really know where Michael learned it from, I mean there are so many storries I've heard about it. Like he learned it from the guy who first did it and then Michael just perfected it. Then I heard the Michael learned it from children and streat dancers. Idk if it's a mix of all of those. There are many storries where there are two different storries that could both be true. Like the story behind the song Speechless. People say that Michael wrote it...
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I don't know if you've already heard, but this is certainly news to me. Two days zamani my sister and I (who are both huge MJ fans) were messing around on the internet. And then this screen came up:
Michael Jackson Is Alive - Secret Message In This Is It
I was confused. I didn't understand. Then in some maoni it read, "Use the muziki programme Audacity to play This Is It reversed and wewe will hear the message". So we did so. And this is what we found:

And I'm just the one in it all
Who is laughing?
Who is laughing?
I hope wewe are
And I'm not dead
They wanna believe
That I live on and
I'm just the one...
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Many artists come and go but very few are able to put an effect on billions of muziki lovers all over the world. Michael Jackson was one of them. Right from the his first album “Off the wall” in the mwaka 1979 to the last hit “Dangerous”, Michael Jackson muziki affected the pop muziki industry in numerous ways. Whether it is his charm, extraordinary muziki video au moyo touching songs, link and his muziki has definitely changed the way pop muziki was created. His unique style and popularity even after his death, proves that he is, was, and will always remain the king of POP. Michael Jackson...
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posted by mj_yana_girl
The simple answer:
The trademark armband that Michael Jackson wears is a symbol of the suffering of children around the world.

Most of his outfits over the past 20 years have featured an armband tied around his right around halfway between the shoulder and the elbow.

Symbolism
1) Most online dictionaries define an armband as: A band worn around the upper arm, often as identification au as a symbol of mourning au protest. A subset of this symbolism is often an element of memorializing innocent victims.

2) Armbands are recognized around the world as a sign of safety and help. they’re commonly worn...
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posted by MJ_4life
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Ola Ray: “I met Jane Fonda at the studio while getting my makeup done and she asked me to take [Michael] a note and give him a kiss and a hug. When I told Michael about the kiss he said, ‘Well…!?’”

Frank Cascio on Karen Faye: “I called her kwa the nickname Michael had aliyopewa her – Turkle. Michael loved Turkle and messed with her all the time. If she was wearing a zippered jacket, he’d try to unzip it. If she was wearing a skirt, he’d lift it up.”


About Michael kissing a shabiki in 1981: How Michael Jackson, sexy lead singer of the Jacksons, surprised a female shabiki who broke through...
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The first time I met Michael Jackson was backstage at The foramu in Los Angeles in early July 1980. He was at the Queen onyesha that evening and came to see the band afterwards. He spent time with John Deacon and they talked about ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ which Michael says must be a single. He also spent time with Freddie. He was 22 years old and was like an excited teenager. He had really enjoyed the onyesha and was still ‘up’ from it.

The inayofuata time was a couple of years later when Freddie had been invited to Michael’s house in Encino, just north of Hollywood. We arrived at the house,...
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posted by Whisperoflove7
It was nearly 1am on a cold November night and the runway at Luton airport was deserted. A private Jet just landed and taxied to a secluded spot near the perimeter fence. Two rented minibuses, their windows blocked out with white sheets, drove to the tail section where a narrow stairway was being lowered. Driving the first van was bodygaurd Steve Tarling with one thing on his mind- to get Michael Jackson off the jet as quickly and as secretly as possible. Custom and Immigration officers boared the plane to check documents and Steve moved in. Nothing could have prepared him for the shock of...
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posted by MJisLove4life
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Ok Since I Already Did An Artical On Text Art Im Going To Do An Artical With Michael Jackson Text Art....So Yeah. I Hope wewe Enjoy Them.

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Then Ask.. HaVe wewe See HiS CHiLDHooD ??!!

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 Michael kusoma the Playboy at the age of only 12!
Michael reading the Playboy at the age of only 12!
Here are some facts and pictures.

1 "Not realizing he was being taped, Michael can be seen flicking through a Playboy during an interview when he was 12."

2 "Lisa has alisema she wouldn’t have married him if the sex hadn’t been good and that he was the one who made the moves with her."

3 "Michael was always visiting the Playboy Mansion in the 80s, when LaToya asked him why he was there so much, he alisema it was “to see the animals.”

4 "In Michael’s bedroom they found an makala on the G spot and another on the sekunde G Spot."

5 "While being driven to a onyesha Michael once saw prostitutes standing...
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J.K. Rowling says she was approached kwa Michael Jackson to turn her Harry Potter novels into a stage musical.

But the mwandishi turned him down because she was convinced that the musical wouldn't be a success.

Even though she has agreed to many merchandising deals and even a theme park, she told Oprah Winfrey that there were many things she rejected. She said:

"Michael Jackson wanted to do a musical. I alisema no to a lot of things. For me, I upendo the films, I upendo the books, and there's elements that I upendo around it… like the theme park. But I only wanted to do it because I knew it would be incredible."
 Billie Jean
Billie Jean
In late November 2001, the CBS televisheni network aired a two-hour special in honor of Michael Jackson's thirtieth mwaka as a solo entertainer (his first solo single, "Got to Be There", was recorded in 1971). The onyesha was edited from footage of two separate concerts Michael had orchestrated in New York City's Madison Square Garden on September 7 and September 10 of 2001. The shows sold out in five hours. Ticket prices were pop's most expensive ever; the best seats cost $5,000 and included a chajio, chakula cha jioni with Michael Jackson and a signed poster. Jackson reportedly earned $7.5 million for each of the...
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I just read this amazing story and i cant stop crying! :'( I'm moyo broken I wish i was her. Please tell me what wewe think about this.

Hello!
I want to tell wewe that i am one of the girls that went on stage with Michael Jackson back in 1993. I will skip details like how I bought the tickets, how I went to the stadium, how the atmosphere was…that’s not interesting and fades away when the real important moment comes. The moment that he reached his hand for me and I went on stage. I felt like everybody else disappeared, that me and Michael were the only persons alive, not only in that place,...
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#1

* Start kwa taking a deep breath.
* Begin to sing but instead of projecting from your chest project from your upper throat.
* Michael Jackson used the voice in Thriller but it sounded like his real voice singing.

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Tenor. In this voice type your voice extend from notes middle C and upper C and Upper C to lower C.

* The best way to practice this is kwa going to a keyboard au kinanda and try imba notes from upper C Down to lower C.
* Michael Jackson used this voice in Black au White and Bad.

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Soprano. This voice is a high voice. Instead of using your chest to project wewe sing a little quieter and your voice is higher.

* Just sing high and 25% quieter.
* Michael Jackson used this in We Are The World

Watching how Michael Jackson sang with these voices is a good way to understand how these voices sound.

Falsetto is notorious for damaging your voice. Be careful and drink lots of water.
posted by Whisperoflove7
4
 Neverland 'Giving Tree'
Neverland 'Giving Tree'
The “Giving Tree”, a mti in which Michael Jackson gets inspiration to write his songs.

“I called it my giving mti because it inspires me. I upendo climbing trees in general but this mti I loved the most because I climb up high and look down at its branches and I just upendo it… So many ideas. I’ve written so many songs from this tree. I wrote “Heal the World” in this tree, “Will wewe be there”, “Black au White”, “Childhood”. I upendo climbing trees. I think water balloon fights and climbing trees... those are two of my favorites.” – Michael Jackson

Shel Silverstein's...
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 So beautiful
So beautiful
1.Bad Era~ I bet this is mainly almost every fan's inayopendelewa era, I can see why. Michael is so beautiful and cute and sexy and gorgeous in this era(Well he is in every one though) Bad is also my inayopendelewa Michael Jackson album and one of my inayopendelewa tours. Michael's hair in this era is just so curly and pretty. And the Bad era is one of the eras where Michael was the most happy. wewe could really see it in his eyes and his face during those years. Michael was the biggest nyota in the world and the allegations hadn't come yet. Everything was great and Michael was happy. And to me, I feel like Michael...
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some journalist may think that michael was close to latoya and had a real close tight nip relationship which wasnt the case at all michael and latoya did have a good brother sister relationship but it was as close as some people may have thought it too be

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latoya did do some things that got under michael's skin a little bit kwa being the big sister that she was they did have a playfull bond sometimes like when they were kids michael would play pranks on her kwa hiding spiders in her kitanda and she would scream so loud that she knew that michael did it cause that's how michael was a playfull...
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 Michael and Mickey
Michael and Mickey
Michael is a lot like this Disney characters to me. Another thing me and mike have in common. We both upendo Disney and we can relate to Disney characters.


Michael wewe are like:
Cinderella au cinderella's prince: you're the only one who would catch my eye at the ball. The only one who I would want to dance with at the ball. A dream really is a wish my moyo makes when I'm asleep. I dream of me and wewe dancing gracefully on the dance floor at the ball. It's so real to me. When I dance with wewe (in my heart, that is) I say (or sing) to myself, "so this is love" and it is. It is love. Please, Michael....
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