Remember, “Tears Are Not Enough.”

Pop Stars Unite to Raise Money for Iraqi Children
LONDON (Reuters) – Eighteen top pop stars, including Paul McCartney and George Michael, released an album on Monday to raise money for child war victims in Iraq.
All profits from the 18-track album will go to War Child, the relief and development charity set up after the war in former Yugoslavia.
Former Beatle McCartney, who made a live recording of his song “Calico Skies,” said: “Whatever the politics, whatever the rights and wrongs of war, children are always the innocent victims. So I am delighted to make this small contribution.”
The charity said the “Hope” album, whose contributors also include David Bowie and Avril Lavigne, was not a political album.
“The plight of children transcends politics. These songs are a plea for hope without which the children of Iraq have nothing at all,” it said.