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Children of Newtown Ct Records Song with the Help of the Talking Heads [VIDEO]

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Twenty current and former Newtown Elementary school children have recorded a version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with the help of Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz, both of the legendary rock band Talking Heads, to record a song that they hope will raise money for Newtown.

“My hope is that the kids from Sandy Hook School will have a hit record, you know?,” Frantz, the band’s drummer, said. “And I think they have a pretty good chance.”

Folk Singer Ingrid Michaelson was asked to lend her voice to the project – a cover of the song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”

Just out the piece below from “Good Morning America”

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