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Don't stop til you get enough - Michael Jackson

Oh... falling effect.... That's what I thought the first time ever I saw Michael Jackson on TV singing 'Don't Stop Til You Get Enough.' I was probably in 3rd grade. Last night during rehearsal, I didn't notice this song, but this is one of my faves. If only This Is It wasn't on cinema! Yet the King of Pop does deliver. He moves butts even from wherever he is.


~ Musical Monday is brought to you by Diane ~

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Anonymous said…
I like this one also my friend. It's not my favorite of theirs but it's still excellent. Great choice. Happy MM :)
ROSIDAH said…
I just bought Michael Jackson's Gold CD yesterday. I agree to you, he really delivers! Have a wonderful week, Hazel :)
Diane said…
this got me dancing in my chair!! i think i'll put this in my 'it's morning - i need to get moving!' playlist!!
Pacey said…
Ah you're an MJ fan? makalingaw pud. I've joined, ni apil ko karon! Naa sa pikas blog.
Anya said…
Great choice Hazel
We will never forget Michael ;)
He is the KING of the pop
forever !!!!
:)
Lorielle said…
Great beat! If that doesn't make you want to get up and dance, nothing will!
Anonymous said…
I'm going to have that song stuck in my head all day now. lol
moorebloglife said…
There is always time to listen to Michael Jackson, great pic for this week!
Anonymous said…
Amazing song. I can't stand MJ but still can't help moving to this. One of his best!
Jen said…
GREAT GREAT SONG!!!
Run DMT said…
I run to this song, 'cause it gets me moving! Great pick! Sorry for visiting so late, but I've been having some computer issues.

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