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Julian Lennon is helping the people of Ukraine through songs.
The son of the late Beatles legend John Lennon served “fantasies” for the first time to raise money for refugees from war-torn countries.
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“Today, for the first time, I have publicly performed my father’s song ‘Bhabna’,” wrote Julian. YouTube, While sharing a video of her Performance. “The song reflects the light at the end of the tunnel, which we all hope.”
He continued, “I always said I would consider singing ‘Imagine’ if it was ‘the end of the world.'”
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Julian added, “The war in Ukraine is an unimaginable tragedy. As a human being and as an artist, I am compelled to respond in the most important way. “
John first published the tragic ballad in 1971.
The performance was part of a televised stand-up for Ukraine campaign, Which has raised more than 10 billion for refugee assistance.