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Album: Stand Up to Cancer - Single

Artist: Joss Stone & Dave Stewart

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ Stand Up To Cancer

Tracklist For Stand Up to Cancer - Single By Artist Joss Stone & Dave Stewart

Title Artist Time
Stand Up to Cancer Joss Stone & Dave Stewart 2:40 USD 0.99

Reviews For Stand Up to Cancer - Single By Artist Joss Stone & Dave Stewart

  • I know I know

    By Ploctiz
    Cancer is a horrible disease and stuff but wat about aids or other stuff come on
  • very inspirational song,

    By See ya later
    A very good, inspirational song. And a Very Important Cause!
  • You Had to Be There

    By durenti
    I was at the taping, and having heard it live, I can say I liked it better that way. I wish they had just put that version up, but no, that never happens. It's for an amazing cause... EIF is a fantastic company for having collaborated with Laura Ziskin for SU2C... Hopefully the next song will be better. But, hey, I did get to see Sweet Dreams (Are Made of These) live, because Dave Stewart was the other half of the Eurythmics. Anyways, I bought this as a hard copy single to support the cause. Anything helps!
  • i love the message

    By dev:)
    its funny how when songs are about something as important as curing cancer people dont like it, and when other songs are about sex, and girls and guys and all that other crap people love it!! our society is screwed up. anyway i love this song and i love joss stone!!!
  • love Joss

    By boogie boi
    ohhh myyy godd, i love Joss Stone, but i think i got cancer of the ears listening to this song!!!! who the hell wrote this???? uggggg
  • WHAT

    By CupcakeFairy
    How the hell are people rating this above one star?
  • Stand Up

    By Kyle's Addiction
    I wonder how many cigarettes Dave and Joss smoked while recording this? Maybe they're just trying to pay it forward. I love the cause, but it doesn't ring true.
  • ummm

    By topper14
    I love thier voices but thats it...the song is really boring sounds really old fasioned! but I do really like that they are standing up to cancer!
  • poor!

    By gagarick
    i miss the soul sessions you know what i mean?
  • eh........

    By M&M Wrapper
    i really wish this was more of a popular song cuz it's for a good cause, but no one will buy it if they don't like it and as far as im seeing, i see alot of ppl who arent to fond of this song. i dont like it as much cuz they arent singing simultaneously and their voices just dont work. its too slow also. i liked just stand up better

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