Herein lies the essence of a young generation that dared to finally tell why we've "Got To Be There"--and if not today then, "Maybe Tomorrow." We remember matching our affections with songs that brought out the hidden romantic within. Subsequently, this poetry in song is molded and etched in our hearts and minds. So, with a very young Micheal singing--we had a good thing going. The songs in this Anthology restores lost moments, refocuses blurred images and brings back those places that slipped away over time. As I think about it, some of us Never Can Say Goodby. If we do, we say goodbye to times that contributed to our very beings. As a result, the appeal of Micheal's ANThology far exceeds historic. They connect us to a time of wonderment, learning, and self-exploration. These songs show our feelings, and echo the sentiments of a once young and innocent love. And as most of us can recall...where there is love--"I'll Be There." These are not just good, but great songs. So, when the world is on my shoulders, and age 40 irritates me (for a brief moment in time), I remember these songs. They make me smile as I recall the words of the hopeful youth saying, "...we may not change the world in one day, but we still can change something today in our small way."