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Anti-War Anthem - Back It Up! – James Blundell

4th March 2003 (4/3/3)
Sydney, Australia


BACK IT UP! – JAMES BLUNDELL


Platinum selling Australian Icon, James Blundell is today releasing a song dedicated to one simple question the whole world is asking, "Do we want a war?"

James Blundell like many people around the world is a worried man. The prospect of war, an event that could change his and his family’s lives forever, is looming and there seems that there is nothing that anybody can do about it. However James has done something about it.

James Blundell has written and recorded a song that asks the world's leaders to think again. Have the last wars really sorted out the world’s problems?

"Before we step right off the edge,
Before 'We are at war' is said,
Before we start to count the dead,
Back it up"

"Everybody breathes, Everybody bleeds"


Lines from James' song that he hopes will be heard by millions and will make those millions and many more think again.

If you would like to hear or download the song please log on to http://www.jamesblundell.com.au it is available for free and we welcome you pass it on to any parties you feel may be interested in hearing it.

James hopes that "Back It Up" will become the anthem of many of the world’s peace organizations and concerned parties all over the planet.

If you would like to help James achieve this goal and get involved please respond to :

info@jamesblundell.com.au


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