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Last year, Thailand Tatler decided to revisit a project that we felt still had more to give. Two years ago, with the help of two musically talented Chrises of Karma Sound Studios—Chris Craker and Chris Porter—and one generous patron, Mercedes-Benz Thailand, we came up with  a Song Of Love as an anthem to our Thailand Tatler Heroes programme, a platform through which we match celebrity power and those who have the great ability to help to those who really need help in our community.

The Song Of Love debuted in the second episode of the first season of Thailand Tatler Heroes, which aired on national television in November of 2016. It was sung by renowned Thai singer Da Endorphine and by the children of  Yaowawit School in Phang-Nga who spent a fun-filled day with the talented and charismatic celebrity, learning the song. Less than a year later, we took the Song Of Love back to Karma Sound Studios—a world-class recording studio in Bang Saray, Chonburi that has accomodated the likes of Placebo, Jamiroquai and the Libertines—to have an official track of the song professionally produced with the voices of four talented kids: Funnie Williamson, Daniel Nardone, Beatrice Sweeney and Pawinpon Theerawong.

(Related: Thailand Tatler In The Studio For The Song Of Love)

Behind The Scenes Photos:

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As we released the track featuring the voices of all four in the memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the anniversary of his passing last year, we also had in our possession each of the young singers' own renditions of the song. 

Six months later today, we're releasing these never-before-seen music videos of these never-before-heard versions of the Song Of Love in simple celebration of young people's talents.  Check out the videos below and click on the links beneath them for more photos and the story behind each singer's version. 

Funnie Williamson

Learn more about Funnie's version. 

Beatrice Sweeney

Learn more about Bea's version.

Daniel Nardone

Learn more about Dan's version.

Pawinpon Theerawong

Learn more about Elf's version.

(See also: A Simple Song Of Love To The Memory Of King Bhumibol Adulyadej)

Tags: Mercedes-Benz, Song Of Love, Karma Sound Studios, Mercedes-Benz Thailand