Paul Anka isn’t down with muting Michael Jackson‘s songs — specifically the hits they made with each other — due to the fact that he just has warm memories of their time with each other.
The famous crooner and also songwriter co-wrote Michael’s 2 posthumous hits — “This Is It” and also “Love Never Felt So Good” — so when we obtained him Wednesday at LAX, we asked yourself if “Leaving Neverland” altered his point of view on their workshop time.
Our photog asked Paul which of his numerous, numerous partnerships were his fave … remember the man composed and also videotaped “My Way” with Frank Sinatra. Still, Michael’s name got on the suggestion of his tongue.
He remembers their workshop time as “a pleasure,” yet see the clip. It appears rather clear Paul wishes to draw the line in between Michael’s expert life and also his individual debates.
For what it’s worth … Paul collaborated with MJ in 1983 — that’s when they originally videotaped both tracks — so, it was years prior to the general public reports concerning Michael hanging out with young children like Wade Robson and also James Safechuck.