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November 21, 2004

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I think this song is one of the most heart warming, tear crying song in the whole world. When I first heard it I melted, just to think of Africa and how poor it is, we should be very grateful in what we have because there are so many children, mom's and dad's that smile over a tiny bowl of plain white rice. So I'd like to thank all the people who came together to sing such and great song to raise money for people who need food and things.
love Melissa xoxo

I think dis is a great tune for Dec 04! It has good singers singing it, with a blingin rap from Dizzee Rascal, and some great guitar playin from The Darkness (? Or is it Busted?) You should get out there and buy it even if you don't like the tune that much, coz all the money goes to charity to help all those starving people - and you never no - you could even grow to like it within time!

i hate the new version it sucked. nothing will beat the 80s they put there heart and soul into it and it will always be the best and no one can do better

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