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During the 1970s, the popular music scene was overtaken by the infamous "bubble gum pop" groups, like the Osmonds, the Jackson Five, and Motown's female equivlant to the Jackson brothers quintet, The Wilson Sisters; five very talented sisters from a farm in the Midwest. Young Michael Jackson and Little Mia Wilson were surely Berry Gordy's future David Ruffan and Diana Ross, both of them being old souls at heart and able to move even the most analytical song critic to tears by their musical abilities.
Michael and Mia spent alot of time together, from the constant touring between the two singing groups to studying with their tutors; the duo were inseperable. When they were apart, Michael would grow through deep depression and was often lonely, his brothers would tease him about his little "obession" with Mia, though it would anger him very much; Michael deep down knew he did have deeper feelings for his gal pal.
Mia was the same way, she loved being with Michael as much as he loved being with her, and this is the story of how the duo copes with not only growing up, but accepting that their love for one another is far more than "just friends".
Categories: Off The Wall: 1975-1981, Thriller: 1982-1983, Adult, Hurt/Comfort, Humor, Romance
General Warnings: None
Trigger Warnings: None
Chapters: 2 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 2398 Read Count: 385