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his best selling song was the thriller.

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Thriller is the best selling album from Michael Jackson. It sold over 100 million copies world wide.The best selling song or single is reported to have been Billie Jean with 7.9million copies sold worldwide. In the UK the best selling Michael Jackson song is Earth Song which sold 1.1million copies but wasn't released in the USA

"Billie Jean" was his biggest selling song worldwide.

His newest song is called "This is it"

this is it. there was no music video made for it.

" The greatest hit by Michael Jackson was Thriller

No, the name of this song is Smooth Crimimal:)*

I'm guessing it was Thriller, since that's like the best album ever.

Its a song about a woman who was cheating on him. Its not based on a true story, its just a song.

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fight for this love, it was best selling singe by her :)

I think it was "Blues Away" which was on The Jacksons' album "The Jacksons."

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