A group of music students from Marlow along with their singing teacher have recorded a song to say thank you for the NHS front line nurses, as well as other key workers.

Reworking ABBA's 1977 hit, ‘Thank You for the Music, singing teacher Sophie Jugé along with two of her colleagues decided it would be right to do something for those risking their lives to help those battling the virus.

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Titled, ‘Heroes to Me’, Sophie was joined with 34 of her singing students who are based in Marlow and the surrounding areas, with the lyrics focusing on the hard work the key workers are currently doing to keep the country safe from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Everyone recorded their versions of the song in one day

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Thirty-four students sang for the key workers

Sophie said: "Aside from all the wonderful work that the NHS are providing, there are hundreds of thousands of people: teachers, chemists, refuse collectors, ‘this country’s beating heart’ – and we wanted to express our appreciation to them all.

“‘To the bus and train drivers too!’ – lyrics from the second verse.

"We hope that as a result of listening to our song and people sharing it, the key workers feel valued and appreciated by the general public.

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In just 24 hours, the group learnt the lyrics, rehearsed and recorded their own versions of the song from their homes.

Once everyone had sung the song, Sophie spent two days coordinating and creating a video of everyone singing a line from the famous tune by the Swedish band.

The video was then uploaded onto YouTube April 10, where it has been viewed over 7,000 times.

Cllr Gareth Williams, Buckinghamshire Council’s executive portfolio holder for health and culture, said: "This is a wonderful tribute to the hardworking and dedicated key workers that are helping to keep the country going during these difficult times.

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Cllr Gareth Williams

“It's also another amazing project that we're happy to spotlight as part of #ProudofBucks – a campaign to celebrate the work of the NHS, council staff, voluntary groups, businesses, partners and people in the community as they protect, help and support people in Buckinghamshire during the coronavirus outbreak."

To watch the video, click here.