Hold On - We're Comin' - a song to help save sharks





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Published on May 19, 2012

Hold On, We're Comin', sung by Darby Patterson, a fourteen-year-old from the island of Martha's Vineyard, with back-up vocals by a group of ten-year-olds who call themselves the "Golden Girls." These talented Island children represent the youth of our Earth's future, who will soon hold the fate of declining world-wide shark populations in their small hands. This unique composition is music with a message and a purpose.

Our adult generation, through shortsightedness and loss of reverence for the natural world, has created a legacy of irresponsible decimation of sharks - the majestic guardians of our ocean. We ask you for your forgiveness and your help. Sharks now look to you, me, and the children of the world for their survival as a species. Through our efforts, we have become guardians of these precious guardians of our Earth's ocean.
Thank you for your courage, spirit, and hope. Steve Maxner
Darby Patterson: vocal
"Golden Girls": a capella back up vocal
Steve Maxner: music and guitar
Steve Maxner and Jen Powers: lyrics
William Waterway: video producer/director/editor
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