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[ Love Song to the Earth ]

Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow , Fergie and more have joined forces to record a song about climate change.

Sean Paul, Leona Lewis and Colbie Caillat also appear on “Love Song to the Earth,” which was released Friday on iTunes and Apple Music via Connect. Benefiting  the United Nations Foundation and Friends of the Earth. Nicole Scherzinger, Natasha Bedingfield, Angelique Kidjo, Kelsea Balleriniand Victoria Justice also appear on the track

“Love Song to the Earth” will receive a wide release on Sept. 11. John Rzeznik, Krewella, Christina Grimmie and Q’Orianka Kilcher also sing on the song. More here!  Click the artist list photo to check out the lyric video. It brought tears to my eyes and goose bumps too! #KeepItSafe  Click here for the download!


You can also put your name on a petition to help  Keep Mama Earth Safe! Name & email address is all that is needed to be part of the petition to help #KeepItSafe  #ShareTheLoveSong  #LoveSongToTheEarth 

From the Website: Some of the world’s biggest names in music have joined voices to inspire real action on climate change, and to support the United Nations’ call for a meaningful, universal climate agreement in Paris this December.

Every time the song is purchased, streamed, or shared, the royalties go directly towards the efforts of Friends of the Earth to keep fossil fuels in the ground and lower carbon emissions, and to the work of the U.N. Foundation to inspire international action on climate change.

Now we need you to lend your voice to the Earth and help catapult the Love Song into a global hit. Because it’s our world.

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