Runners and Non-Runners Will Agree, This Boston Marathon Tribute Is a Must-Watch

“I won’t stop until I get there. I will run, run, run.”

These are lyrics from singer-songwriter Michelle Lewis‘ new single, “Run, Run, Run” — a song that pays tribute to the Boston Marathon with its recently-released music video (below). The 3-minute video features runners who are training for this year’s race on Monday, April 21, including an inspiring duo known as Team Hoyt — a marathon- and triathlon-running pair consisting of Dick Hoyt and his son, Rick, who has cerebral palsy.

“Being from Massachusetts and knowing their story for all of these years, it was so inspiring to be able to meet and work with them,” Lewis told’s BDCWire.

The result is a perfect example of what it means to be Boston Strong:

All proceeds from the sales of the “Run Run Run” single through Marathon Monday, April 21, 2014, will be donated to The One Fund.

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