'Words Make the World Go Around' single on iTunes

'Words Make the World Go Around' single on iTunes

Words Make the World Go Around is a single from our ambassadors, Josh Pyke, Justine Clarke and Deborah Cheetham that was created with students from Gawura School, St Andrews Cathedral School Sydney. Launched on 2016 Indigenous Literacy Day and now available on iTunes, it was created to celebrate, promote and raise funds for the work of our Foundation. 

“We all wanted to create a song that was fun for everyone to sing and to encapsulate what the ILF is all about. The students from Gawura school were so inspiring and working alongside Josh was such a treat for me.” – Justine Clarke

“This was a really fun project to be part of. Working with Justine and the kids at the Gawura school was really rewarding…knowing it was all for a great cause made it that much sweeter.” – Josh Pyke

The song will be performed by Josh and Justine, alongside members of Binjari community at the Sydney Opera House this year for Indigenous Literacy Day, Wednesday 5 September.

Celebrate with us and download the song here to play in your school, home or workplace this Indigenous Literacy Day. All proceeeds go to the ILF. You can also watch the music video here.

  • Posted 23 August, 2018

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