(I Like) The Way You Love Me

  • This love ballad was originally released in its early stages of development as a demo on 2004's Ultimate Collection. It was a song that Michael especially loved and it was finished in Los Angeles by former Ne-Yo producer Theron "Neff-U" Feemster and included on Jackson's first posthumous album, Michael. "It's a song he had in his heart for many years," said Feemster to Billboard magazine. "I'm glad he trusted me enough to complete his vision."

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