Video: Homeless man thanks volunteers who helped him by writing them a song

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This is the lovely moment a homeless man decided to give back to the people who have helped him.

Neo Lyons has only been playing guitar for five months after a friend gave him his instrument. He was captured performing his song ‘Album of My Mind’ for the Oxford Homeless Project in front of a room full of people who watched in awe. The 45-year-old performed the beautiful track as a thank you as he regularly visits the centre for meals which are cooked and donated by local Muslims. Grateful Neo said: “They are absolutely amazing people.

Neo Lyons with his guitar and Shabnam Sabir (holding clipboard) alongside volunteers at Oxford Homeless Project. See Masons story MNSONG; This is the lovely moment a homeless man decided to give back to the people who have helped him. Neo Lyons has only been playing guitar for five months after a friend gave him his instrument. He was captured performing his song 'Album of My Mind' for the Oxford Homeless Project in front of a room full of people who watched in awe. The 45-year-old performed the beautiful track as a thank you as he regularly visits the centre for meals which are cooked and donated by local Muslims. Grateful Neo said: "They are absolutely amazing people.

Neo Lyons with his guitar and Shabnam Sabir (holding clipboard) alongside volunteers at Oxford Homeless Project. See Masons story MNSONG; This is the lovely moment a homeless man decided to give back to the people who have helped him. Neo Lyons has only been playing guitar for five months after a friend gave him his instrument. He was captured performing his song 'Album of My Mind' for the Oxford Homeless Project in front of a room full of people who watched in awe. The 45-year-old performed the beautiful track as a thank you as he regularly visits the centre for meals which are cooked and donated by local Muslims. Grateful Neo said: "They are absolutely amazing people.

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