The documentation of a collaborative performance at an converted office turned art space in the centre of London's financial district of Bank. The piece was informed by a song (buddy can you spare a dime) written by a Jewish immigrant in New York during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The song was THE song of the Great Depression, and as such was employed in this context to discuss and represent the current times. It was written by Jip Harbour and based of a Yiddish lullaby originating from a 'shetle' in Eastern Europe, and is in the style of Klezmer music. Here the audience have been invited to sing along with the artists/musicians; together sharing a moment in a time of great denial.