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This video shows in a few minutes essential elements and values about organ donation.

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The Song "A Gift for Life"

"We make a living from what we get, we make a life from what we give…"
Dr Vladimir Lepakhin,
For the Secretary General
1st WDODT-WHO ceremony, October 14th 2006

The song "A Gift for Life" was created for the First World Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation in Geneva on October 14th, 2005, by Mr Claude Delabays and the group "Catalyse"". The song concentrates on the theme of organ donation and the value of the gift. The PDF score and MP3*) can be downloaded and used freely provided the values associated with fair transplantation are respected.

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A Gift for Life

children's choir

A
You never know when it's time to go
But you can leave flowers when you go
Roses from your body
Your so precious gift
Your last wish so simply
Left for those to live

A
The blind will see and the heart will beat
But do you know you can build a bridge
Someone there is waiting
For a light to come
Someone could be helping
Will you be the one?

Refrain
You have the power
To donate life
You have the power
Please save a life
You have the power
You can decide You have the power
So hope can rise
You have the power
So hope can rise

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When darkness falls and it’s so unfair
You stand alone lost in a nightmare
Your choice can bring beauty
Your choice can bring light
Makes your gift so precious
Shines like million stars

Refrain
Bridge:
Your life a new story
Spring is back again
Standing straight and happy
Thanks to you his friend /5

Instrumental

Refrain (2x)


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