"I always thought you'd be here safe with me... maybe tomorrow I'll wake up to find you" View this video on YouTube youtube.com In 2014 the UK charity Missing People invited families who had experienced a loved one go missing to come together and form a choir, supported by representatives of the charity, the National Crime Agency and Rock Choir, who were the inspiration behind the initiative.One of the founding members of the choir Peter Boxell wrote the lyrics to the song ‘I Miss You’ in honour of his son Lee who went missing in 1988. Peter said: “The lyrics came from the heart. I found it helped to write down how I feel about Lee, and it was extremely moving to hear it sung so beautifully by the choir.”The song was co-written by professional writer and arranger Simon Rhodes and choir leader James Hawkins. Speaking about the project, James Hawkins said: “It has been an absolute privilege working with the choir. We have produced a significant piece of music that represents the voice of families with missing loved ones. I believe it will be of ongoing comfort to many in similar situations.”he single, which can be bought online, was recorded in the Abbey Road Studios last year, the choir have only recently recorded an accompanying video, supported by TV channel CI. They were invited to perform on top of the News UK building next to the Shard and the video is at its most powerful when the choir members' voices sing out to their missing loved ones over the endless rooftops of London.The Missing People Choir includes members of families who have experienced a loved go one missing including Rachel Edwards, sister of missing Manic Street Preacher Richey Edwards and Denise Horvath Allan whose son Charles has been missing since 1989.