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Bhutto's Daughter Sings Tribute to Her Slain Mother

Bhutto's Daughter Sings Tribute to Her Slain Mother

The oldest daughter of Pakistan's assassinated former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was killed in a combination of gunfire and suicide bombing at a rally last year, has written and recorded a rap-infused song expressing the pain over her mother's death. The album, "I Would Take the Pain Away," and a five-minute video of clips and photographs of Benazir Bhutto has made its way to YouTube. Lyrics include:

My mother was murdered. I don't even comprehend. Was it worth dying for? I'm walking through screened doors. . . . No comfort or ease. I'm begging you please God bless the deceased.

Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, 18, is a student at Britain's Edinburgh University.


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