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Stephen Schwartz, Dan Savage and SF's Gay Men's Chorus Team Up For 'Testimony:' VIDEO


Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz and Dan Savage recently joined forces to turn segments of the Savage-created "It Gets Better" project into a sweeping emotional song encapsulating all the emotions that go with coming out and staying out in an at-times confrontational world.

"The song urges LGBT youth to hang on, telling them they're not alone, and showing them that life gets better," reads the video's YouTube description.

Performed by the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, the track, appropriately called "Testimony," can be found AFTER THE JUMP, but fair warning, it may not be safe for work if you don't want your colleagues to see you getting a bit misty.

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  1. I fogive you NECROMANCER I've stoped crying.I have many ppl I still love. Knowing this also gives me hope. Love is the most powerful thing we can give to each other. I'm so glad we have towleroad, I have learned so much. I hope this old man has a few more years to love. May the Great Spirit protect us all.

    Posted by: terryp | Mar 26, 2012 3:02:03 PM

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