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Thursday, 25 June 2009

RIP - Michael Jackson.

It's strange, but he's been on my mind a lot recently, I don't really know why. Weirdly, one of my most listened to songs these past few weeks has been his song 'Will You Be There' from the 'Free Willy' soundtrack. I love that song. I loved it when the film came out, I was only young. I kind of forgot about it until recently; and then found it again-- and I find it really moving, really sad. And the song had been really hitting me recently. I guess it will even more now.

Michael; I don't know what you did or didn't do in your personal life. It's a grey area I think a lot of people are going to find hard to deal with when they think about you over the next few months. But I want to focus on your work -- because your work was incredible -- you are the biggest music star in the world today and you are loved by near enough everybody. My whole life is littered with memories and feelings that are linked to your music. Thank You. Rest In Peace.

"In our darkest hour
In my deepest despair
Will you still care?
Will you be there?

In my trials
And my tribulations
Through our doubts
And frustrations

In my violence
In my turbulence
Through my fear
And my confessions

In my anguish and my pain
Through my joy and my sorrow
In the promise of another tomorrow
I'll never let you part

For you're always in my heart. "

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2 comments:

  1. THank you for posting this, in memory of a Person, that has signed all our lives. I am sending all my love and light to him, Rest In Peace Michael, the world is still dancing with you.

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  2. Florian Borgeat29 June 2009 at 05:31

    He was the big brother I dreamed to have. He was the most loving and generous person on Earth, he spent his fortune to help others, he spent his life to entertain us. I hope he is happy now. We are crying for the loss and celebrating his music more than ever. I dream he can see that now, plus all the recognition he is going to get very soon on all aspects of his life.
    I miss you Michael.
    Florian

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