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It isn't Michael people just be wise!

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Submitted by James (United States), Jan 16, 2006 at 12:24

Assalaamalikum everyone. I realized it was Michael at the beginning and told myself what a nice song and by Michael? How can he first pronouce those sophisticated arabic words. It was quite funny, but the truth lies that this song belongs to Zain Bikha not Michael Jackson. Don't fool yourself because this song isn't Michael Jacksons.
Youc can listen to other songs of Zain Bikha at the link below and compare the voices...

Have fun
-James
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