Greyson Chance Honors Michael Jackson, Covers "I Wanna Be Where You Are"

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On the second anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, 13-year old singer Greyson Chance has paid tribute to The King of Pop.

In a newly-released video, Chance covers "I Wanna Be Where You Are," a single Jackson included on his debut album at the same age. Greyson, meanwhile, will release his first CD on August 2.

In news related to MJ's death, Dr. Conrad Murray says he won't accept a plea deal for his alleged role in the icon's passing. That guy seriously sucks.

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Aww, I now have respect for Greyson Chance! He is now on my awesome list. Love you Greyson




Saturday 6/25/11 the second anniversary of MJ's death, I spent most of the day listening to MJ music. It brought back lots of memories.I cried, I laugh, I dance, tried my best to moonwalk. He is missed so much. Never will forget him MJ


Of course I remember Michael's version from the 1970's. Music is timeless. Leave it to Greyson to give a thumbs up cover to one of Michael's first songs when he went solo!!