Posted: Apr 30, 2012 10:55 PM
Updated: May 1, 2012 12:03 AM
TUCSON - A new song has been written to raise awareness about Isabel's disappearance and there's a music video too.
The song is called 'Bring Isa Home'. Some 200 people, showed up to appear in the video.
Purple shirts, purple balloons Isabel's favorite color.
"All I want is for her to come back home," said Marina Wilbur who works with Isabel's mom.
The song's message, mimics her own, "Please don't stop looking for her, keep working together. We'll find her, please don't stop, don't give up."
The song was written and recorded by the Tucson group The Flight Team.
Their goal is radio play both locally and nationally to help spread the word of the first graders disappearance.
"We want to make the video a visual to the lyrics so they can see how it's impacting our community," said Mic Ortiz.
The video's director Mike Shahin almost turned the project down, "And then they sent me the final version of the song and that's what did it. Because I heard the effort and the singer did a beautiful job on the hook."
The video wrapped, with hundred of balloons flying high. For each person in attendance, releasing the balloons held a special meaning
"That where ever she is, that she will see the balloons," said Jackie Rivero.
"Just wishes, everybody's wishes to have Isa come home," says another participant.
The director expects to have the video completed by weeks end. We'll be sure to link it to kvoa.com with our continuing coverage of finding Isabel.
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