Frisco High School Student Writes Song to Inspire Donations in Wake of Terrorist Attacks

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FRISCO - Skyler Hunter, Junior at Heritage High School in Frisco, is one talented musician.

"I've always been writing piano music since I was in the third grade, but I just recently started writing lyrics to my songs," Hunter explains.

Oh No, you won't read any pop music shake your booty lyrics in his songs.  Instead, serious, deep, and thoughtful writing straight to your heart.

"Constant fighting...it is frightening...We are lost...in need of guiding," Hunter sings.

Hearing about all the terrible terrorist attacks in the world Hunter wrote, Young and Free, a song about world peace.

"I had a project in student council about doing a meaningful act and it was due on Monday and on Friday the Paris terrorist attacks happened.  That completely changed my idea of what I was going to do."

Hunter was going to save the song for his first album.  Instead he produced and recorded it in three days releasing it in unison with a Go Fund Me account for the Red Cross.

"To benefit the people affected in these types of attacks and just any tragedy around the world during the holiday season."

You can donate at www.gofundme.com/young-freeredcross and help Hunter reach his goal of a thousand dollars.

"It's not really about the amount that you give.  It's about the motive behind it.  Every dollar counts so you can make a difference."

You can also purchase his song on any online music platform like Itunes.  That money will go to Hunter.

If you want to listen to the song for free here is a link via soundcloud.com:

If you take a listen you'll know this sixteen year old has a bright future in music.

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