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Lockdown Singing Challenge to show our appreciation for Capt Tom Moore who raised £18M for NHS

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Lockdown Singing Challenge to show our appreciation for Capt Tom Moore who raised £18M for NHS 3
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A Police Officer wants us to spread positivity and has come up with a creative way to honour Captain Tom Moore aged 99 who raised £18 Million for the NHS.

If you can sing we want you to help us spread some positivity across the nation and thank Captain Tom Moore in a creative way.

The Police Officer wrote to say he had written some words based on the David Bowie song Space Oddity to honour Captain Tom Moore and wanted the Police Hour Communities to help to make it happen.

Well because he could not sing himself. But wanted a creative way to spread positivity at a time when there is so much negativity.

Therefore we are launching the lockdown challenge with the hope someone out there can sing and can help us put the video together.

We are hoping we can string the song together with as many people singing as possible.

Come on Police, Fire, Ambulance, NHS and members of the public we can together create a video to show our appreciation for Captain Tom Moore.

So please record a video if you can sing and upload it to social media with the hashtag #MajorTom and Tag @PoliceHour into the post so we can find them and download the videos so we can string them together.

If you don’t have social media or don’t want to share it on your own social media then email [email protected] with your video.

We want to create an uplifting video with as many faces and voices as possible to spread positivity.

Lets make this happen for the Police Officer who spent some time adapting the song words in a way of showing the police really do care.

We are looking for singers of all ages to take part to simply spread positivity

The police officer writes “If only i could sing ..I wrote this today can any members help”?

This project is to simply spread positivity the words are from one very special police officer.

The words

This is Major Tom to the NHS.
I’m stepping through the door,
And I’m walking on a most peculiar day.
Can I ask for a small donation if I may…


For here
We may be sitting in our tin can
In a new unusual world,
Planet Earth is blue
And there’s something I can do

This is Major Tom to the NHS
I’m feeling very still
And I think my walker knows which way to go,
United kingdom I love very much
You know..

Though I’m past one hundred thousand steps
I’m feeling very still
And I think my walker knows what I must do
And I think my life on Earth is for helping you.

NHS to Major Tom
your on course,
We love you as we sing this song..
Can you hear me, Major Tom?
Can you hear me, Major Tom?
Can you hear me, Major Tom?
Can you hear me major tom…
we may all be sitting in tin can?
We will see each other soon
Planet Earth is blue

And there’s something we all can do”

Ooooh
Do-doo
Do-doo-doo

Now you know them… Lets do it…

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