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How Many Songs Did Michael Jackson Write?

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Michael Jackson write over 750 songs!
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800 I like that guy above me
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554
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I heard in an interview that he writes about 100 songs
for every album that's released. I think that this was in 1993. And a
lot of the songs don't make it to the album. So just multiply that by
the number of albums that he has. That is why Tony (the guy from Sony)
said that Michael Jackson had so many songs that he had written in the
vault that there are going to be albums for years and years to come
after his death. They said that it was way, way, way more than Elvis!
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Well over 700 songs sounds resonable because hes been singing since he was little...
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He didn't compose You are not alone. Not R. Kelly. Eddy and Danny van Passel from Belgium did.
He was never alone. Everybody helped him with everything. With nose-lift, face-lift and all.
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Michael jackson probably wrote over 100 songs, but I don't think ANYONE knows how many! So if you make a report on him, just say that he wrote over 100.
Its a good answer, but not definite.
So yeah! Hope this helps.
Okay, sooooooo....
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I want to know how many songs michael jackson wrote in his whole life.A huge fan
thanked the writer.
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I heard in an interview that he writes about 100 songs for every album that's released. I think that this was in 1993. And a lot of the songs don't make it to the album. So just multiply that by the number of albums that he has. That is why Tony (the guy from Sony) said that Michael Jackson had so many songs that he had written in the vault that there are going to be albums for years and years to come after his death. They said that it was way, way, way more than Elvis!

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