Feras – Won’t Let You Go

Posted by Mark

This is another music video that was emailed to me but this one has a very interesting story behind it. A dear friend of Feras the musician was diagnosed with breast cancer and was given very little to no chance of survival. The song “Won’t Let You Go” takes the listener through Feras’s experience since he wrote and composed the song to illustrate how to deal with such situations. The overall message is to stay strong, keep the faith, and never let go. Feras’s friend who’s survival chances were so thin ended up being cured and she went back to her everyday life continuing to inspire.

Feras Abushaar is 17 years old and is currently a senior at Al Bayan Bilingual School. The song is available for purchase on Amazon and iTunes with all proceeds from all his sales (100%) will go directly to (Hayat Cancer Organization). No profits will be made from the project. [YouTube]

You can purchase the single from Amazon or iTunes


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8 comments, add your own...


  1. Sinatra says:

    Wow. I can’t believe that this has been up for three days and there no comments. Hats off to Feras for sharing this with us. Thank you, Mark for taking it a step further and putting out there for the world to see.

    I was impressed and touched from the first tender notes to that words (which i suspect are yet to be sung). Simply put, BEAUTIFUL!

  2. Bader says:

    Deep and heartfelt

  3. aaa says:

    I’m sorry but this is horrible. They play it every day on 99.7 and I want to kill myself.

    Sad story does not equal good song

  4. homosapian says:

    aaa …….. the least you can do is stay quiet if you don’t like it

    LEGENDARY THEME…. LEGENDARY WORDS.. LEGENDARY MESSAGE…. WELL DONE FERAS

  5. Nixon says:

    well for someone that isn’t a professional and this is their first song… Brilliant!

  6. very touching, very proud of such talents

  7. Awesomedudetee says:

    Wonderful song! Really inspiring!


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