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Bradley Lowery’s classmates have recorded a song for him and it’s storming the charts

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Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery has won the hearts of the country with his fight against neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer.

The terminally-ill six-year-old, who has formed an unlikely friendship with Black Cats striker Jermain Defoe, was recently given just weeks to live, but he has stayed positive in the face of it all.

Bradley has been using his time to create memories, and was even included as an honorary runner in this year’s Grand National.

Now, to cap it all off, his school friends have given back with a tribute song that will bring a tear to your eye.

The pupils at Blackhall Colliery Primary School in Hartlepool have joined Liv ‘n’ G on ‘Smile’, a song dedicated to the young superhero.

The single can be purchased here, with proceeds going to the Bradley Lowery Foundation, which aims to help others suffering from the same condition as the youngster.

The Mirror reports that it is already closing in on the top 20 of the iTunes charts, within 24 hours of its release.

Bradley has stayed positive in the face of adversity

“The class have been together since starting nursery and have formed firm friendships with him,” headteacher Joanne Clark told the paper.

“They know how poorly he is but they’re proud to know they’re helping.”

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