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business suit, fedora, felt hat, homburg, stetson, and trilby.
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1.Bad Era~ I bet this is mainly almost every fan's favorite 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 favorite Michael Jackson album and one of my favorite 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. You could really see it in his eyes and his face during those years. Michael was the biggest star in the world and the allegations hadn't come yet. Everything was great and Michael was happy. And to me, I feel like Michael...
The “Giving Tree”, a tree in which Michael Jackson gets inspiration to write his songs.
“I called it my giving tree because it inspires me. I love climbing trees in general but this tree I loved the most because I climb up high and look down at its branches and I just love it… So many ideas. I’ve written so many songs from this tree. I wrote “Heal the World” in this tree, “Will you be there”, “Black or White”, “Childhood”. I love climbing trees. I think water balloon fights and climbing trees... those are two of my favorites.” – Michael Jackson
The other day, I found an article about Virgos and as I read I thought of how much Michael is similiar to what astrology says a Virgo would be like...
With an acute attention to detail, Virgo is the sign in the Zodiac most dedicated to serving. Their deep sense of the humane leads them to caregiving like no other, and their methodical approach to life ensures that nothing is missed. The Virgo is often gentle and delicate, preferring to step back and analyze before moving ahead.
Friends and Family
A Virgo is a helpful friend to have indeed. They are excellent at giving advice, and they...
Michael Jackson first revealed Will You Be There to the world when it featured as the eleventh song on his 1991 album release 'Dangerous'. Penned solely by Michael at the height of his career, this initial 7 minutes and 40 seconds version of the song became an instant favourite of fans the world over.
The first time I heard Will You Be There, I was captivated by the intensity of emotion conveyed by Michael in both his voice and lyrics. I can still remember sitting at eight years old, engrossed in writing out the lyrics over and over again in an attempt to decipher Michael's true intent behind...