A heartbreaking song written and performed by Sacha Sacket for It Gets Better and dedicated to the memory of Jamey Rodemeyer was released Friday.

It Gets Better is a music and theater production inspired by columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage's It Gets Better campaign, which urges troubled gay teens to hang in there because life gets better.

Earlier this month, LeAnn Rimes, Greg Louganis, Lily Tomlin and Savage were a few of the guests joining the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA) as it premiered the musical in Los Angeles.

The production is based on the real-life stories of six openly gay actors: Jason Currie, Tyler Houston, Tod Macofsky, Mario Mosley, Sacha Sacket and Drew Tablak.

The single Song for Jamey, which is dedicated to the memory of Jamey Rodemeyer, a gay teen who committed suicide soon after making an It Gets Better video, was released Friday on iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp. (Video of Sacket performing Song for Jamey is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)