Demand John Park and Joseph Busto to Release a Digital Version of "Thought of You"

Demand John Park and Joseph Busto to Release a Digital Version of "Thought of You"

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Some fight for the right to free speech... others fight for the right to freedom...

But today, we, as in those who are entitled for musical justice are FIGHTING for the HUMAN RIGHT for John Park and Joseph Busto to release a digital version of the track "Thought of You".

Not long ago, there was a tremendously cold summer's night. The date was August 18th, 2016. The location was in South Korea. There grouped together a crowd of people searching for warmth. They needed a Human Right that the world didn't even know existed yet. And just as America relies on a bald Eagle as its symbol of rights, our solution came from none other than another bald hero. 

But as everyone looked to the stage, this hero wasn't a bird. And he wasn't a plane. He was Joseph Busto. 

That's right. The winner of "I Can See Your Voice" would soon be revealed on that very day to be our salvation to musical harmony, as he provided the very warmth the crowd was looking for. From the moment he began to sing, Joseph Busto immediately wowed the very creator of the song (John Park) who had the honor of standing only a mere few feet away from the long awaited Champion. The face of John Park spoke not only of amazement and pure bliss, but also of deep satisfaction that his melodious comrade would have just solved one of the world's most agonizing problems, while at the same time adding their collaborative piece as one of the wonders of the world.

Starvation, slavery, economic inequality and so on have all had their chance to be fought for by their very own leaders at some point in history. But, for whatever reason, a miracle was born in an instant as time slowed by two singers who were the victors of our hearts that we needed, and are still the victors that we deserve today.

That's also right. Because although Joseph Busto rocked the mic for approximately 1 minute and 20 seconds straight, a sad but utter truth rung throughout everyone's ears who tuned in both digitally and in person. The truth, my fellow humans, was that the song ended. And the fact is, that means that the absence of John Park combined with Joseph Busto in the wonderful track "Thought of You" replaced our eardrums from the previously glorious accomplishment that those two performed in those short lived moments.

But fear not! For the promise that those two made with their eyes as each winner glanced at the other was one that spoke of a resounding "Yes, our worthy viewers. We WILL release a digital version of this track together for the world to hear. And it WILL be done sooner than later." So, as much as that timeframe they gave us was anyone's guess, the time, everyone, is NOW.

We must cease this moment. We must capture their attention. We MUST let it be known that time has run out and the world can't wait any longer. The world can live without certain cures and certain policies. But we cannot and will not tolerate another second to go by without a duet of the two covering the song "Thought of You". You can't rush good art, this much is true. But there is no art that needs to be rushed. It is already in the world, right now. Waiting to come together in a booth and produce the song that is going to top the charts as number one for years to come.

You know what you must do. Now! This is it! Now is the time to choose! Ignore this as you follow the lie that ignorance is bliss and be free of pain, or live and fight your sorrow! Now is the time to shape your stories! Your fate is in your hands!

Let the song be known no longer as "Thought of You", for today, we, the people, have offically changed it to "Thought of Two" until the two we are thinking of... FINALLY give us a reason to unite under one musical duet.

Nisan gakina? More like Du Saeng-Gag.

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