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    These School Boys Rapping About Domestic Violence Are On The Money

    "One day I hope to have a wife, and I will help her have a happy life."

    A group of year five students at Bankstown Public School in Sydney's west have written and recorded a song about stopping domestic violence.

    View this video on YouTube

    Titled "We All Say No", the song is about standing up to violence and the importance of respecting women.

    Not-for-profit community organisation Bankstown Youth Development Service held a series of workshops with the boys, aged 11 and 12, to create the video clip.

    The students wrote all the lyrics themselves, including dope rhymes like this: "What's up everybody? My name is Malcolm. I wish to get an education to drive a Ford Falcon."

    Here's Omar's advice on how to treat women:

    And the catchy chorus with an important message that will get stuck in your head for days.

    The students say they are very proud of the song they wrote "and even prouder to stand up and say no to violence against women".