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Six mothers who campaigned for a song to be released in memory of Baby P say they hope the charity single will reach the number one spot.
Tell Me There's A Heaven is being re-released on Monday by Chris Rea with profits going to the NSPCC, of which Rea is a patron.
Rea's management had initially said it would not be right to re-release the single without overwhelming demand from the public.
The decision to release the song was made after the mums set up a group on Facebook called A Song For Baby P and asked their 17,000 members to write to the rock star's label.
Lisa Cosburn, 30, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, whose one-year-old son Oliver bears a striking resemblance to Baby P, is one of the mothers behind the project.