Connor Tremble murder: Tribute song to teenager gets 12,000 views

Marley Taylor Ward at the tributes to Connor Tremble in Fairacres Road after the stabbing

Marley Taylor Ward at the tributes to Connor Tremble in Fairacres Road after the stabbing

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CONNOR Tremble’s friends found comfort in music following his death.

Friend Marley Taylor Ward recorded his tribute track RIP Connor Tremble outside the Fairacres Road home where the 17-year-old was fatally stabbed in February.

And as of last night the video had been seen more than 12,000 times on YouTube.

Marley Taylor – who performs as Young Spide – said Connor was a fan of the grime and hip hop style of music.

The Kidlington teenager said: “I still have people asking me about it every day. It does not take away the fact that he has gone away from us but it helps just watching it and it helps us remember him.”

MUM'S POEM

My baby boy Connor, My beautiful and very special son!
Your time on earth now is over,
But your work has just begun....
You were sent to me as a precious gift to teach lessons to each and every one....,
Lessons that you have already taught,
Lessons yet still to come!
And as I made that promise to you,
I will forever keep the battle strong
Until I reach the end of that road, when there’s no more road to run!
Recognitions of individuals failings....
Failings to you they have done,
And for this I’ll do my very best to put some rights to the wrongs!
One day in this near future and yes soon it will come...
I can finally say that I have witnessed
Justice for you Connor,
Justice for my son.
Finally you can be assured that my job has only begun,
To carry out legal rights for you and other ones!
Then my special little Connor my one and only son,
You will see Yes!!
Justice was finally done!
By Lisa Tremble

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