Why doesn’t someone write a new song?

New version of Band Aid Christmas song planned: report
LONDON (AP) — The founders of Band Aid, the 1984 charity effort that raised millions for Ethiopian famine relief, plan a new version of the single Do They Know It’s Christmas, a British newspaper reported.
The Sun tabloid said Wednesday that Bob Geldof and Midge Ure had approached top British acts including Coldplay, the Darkness, Robbie Williams and Dido to appear on the single, which would be released before Christmas.
“It’s definitely going to happen. I’m very excited,” Ure was quoted as saying. “This project is not just about raising money. It’s about putting the focus back on Africa and the problem of famine which has not gone away.”
The original single, which featured musicians including Bono, Boy George, Phil Collins and Sting, sold three million copies and raised $9.4 million US for Ethiopia. It was followed by the 1985 Live Aid concert, which raised more than $47 million. A U.S. single, We Are the World, featured a lineup of 43 artists including Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Bruce Springsteen and Diana Ross.