Memorial Service

The most emotional part of the service was when Michael Jackson spoke in a tearful manner at the end of the beauitful song Will You Be There sung by Jordin Sparks; I think his voice was a bit inappropriate for the service, but it did encapsulate his every essence; the sensitive human soul hidden behind the ever deteriorating public mask that many questionably glorified:

"In our darkest hour, in my deepest despair, Will you still care? Will you be there? In my trails, and my tribulations, through our doubts, and frustations; in my violence, in my turbulence, through my fear, and my confessions; in my anguish, and my pains, through my joy, and my sorrow; in the promise, of another tomorrow, i'll never let you part, for your always, in my heart."

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