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Among us there are those who spend their lives laboring, but who are never able to climb above the poverty line. They are the working poo...
Among us there are those who spend their lives laboring, but who are never able to climb above the poverty line. They are the working poor. They aren't looking for a handout — but they could certainly use a hand up. So Hootie & The Blowfish, in a gesture initiated by drummer Jim Sonefeld, set about giving them a unique gift: rights to a new interpretation of the band's 1994 breakout hit "Hold My Hand." The acclaimed Benedict College Gospel Choir recorded the song, and all artist proceeds go directly to support the working poor.
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