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Song proceeds to cancer society

CENTRE WELLINGTON - Centre Wellington native Paul Cook is hoping to help battle cancer through song.

He has co-written the lyrics and music for Slow Dance, performed by Blind Colour.

And for every online sale of the downloadable song, his company, C&C Vocal/Music Services, will be donating $0.50 to the Canadian Cancer Society.

“I believe if you listen to this song, and read briefly about the true story behind it, you will be moved in some way, touched in some way, and might agree with spreading this song around the world,” Cook said in an email to promote the song and cause.

“I have put my full efforts, heart, and soul into this work, and believe with passion that we can make a difference. We need your help though ... to listen, share, download and forward this song - especially to people directly or indirectly affected by cancer.”

The original words to the song were written by poet David Weatherford, who passed away from cancer two years ago.

To listen to the song visit and search “Slow Dance by Blind Colour.” To download the song and help the Canadian Cancer Society visit


October 14, 2011


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