William Terkaa from NigeriaI love the song, it has speak into my LIFE. I will be there.
Miles from Vancouver, CanadaIn July of this year, I listened to this song on my iPod the day that my grandpa died from a stroke at 88 years old. I was heading home on the bus after looking after my parents' house...and I wanted a sad-sounding moving song to accompany me home for the last few minutes of the trip. I never saw my grandpa again after September 2010 and on the same day he died was also the last day I saw one of my parents' cats alive. She was a very eccentric one, but she was also old, peeing a lot and losing weight rapidly. She died just eight days after my grandpa. And just this week, I was listening to the whole Dangerous album on my stereo and I had to pause the album after "Will You Be There" after hearing the speech part near the end of the song, as it made me realize that the death of a close family member will bring me closer together with others. As Michael Jackson himself said, "I will never let you part, for you're always in my heart."
Mega from Bandung, IndonesiaThis song is wonderful, touches deepest heart, thank's God for sending Michael to this world.. See you in heaven mike..
Maria from Palmdale, CaThis song is realy nice it's how people should be with friends and family.Let them know your there for them in time of need
Shauna from Atlatna, GaEveryone should listen to this song. The message is clear and to the point.
Homer from Springfield, KyI remember hearing this in the movie Free Willy. I loved it from then on.
Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnThis song was released right before the sex abuse allegations - his career was never the same. Will You Be There? is a classic ballad.