Baby Gets Emotional When He Hears His Favorite Song

NewsflarePublished: June 6, 201720,140 views
Published: June 6, 2017

A cute video has emerged of a two-month-old baby getting emotional when his mother plays 'You raise me up' by Josh Groban. The footage captures the adorable moment when tears fill this baby's eyes as he hears this song.

Amusing footage of a baby struggling to contain his emotions while listening to slow music has brightened our day. The video initially shows the baby enjoying the sound of music, but eventually collapsing into tears as the song progresses, nearly bringing the little boy to tears. Hilarious!

This adorable baby boy just cannot keep his emotions in and shows significant signs of sadness and makes strange faces which show that he is obviously upset. How amazing is to have a baby that develops his emotional side at this young age. He will be a real hopeless romantic when he grows up. His heart was seemingly touched by the depth of his song!

Footage shows the little tot comfortably resting in his cozy crib while dad is singing a song, which opens a tiny smile on baby’s face. However, when dad holds the last note for longer than usual, the baby boy is apparently on the verge to burst in tears. He looks so sad and distressed that you would want to rush in and give him a big, comforting hug! How adorable!

The footage, shot on May 23 in Jerusalem, Israel, captures the moment when tears fill this baby boy's eyes as he hears this song. His mother was listening to some music when suddenly she noticed that her baby got very emotional when this song was playing. He is waving his hands and touching his face, apparently on the verge to burst in tears. He looks so sad and distressed that you would want to rush in and give him a big, comforting hug.

At the end of the video his mother sings along with the singer, so the baby looks a bit at ease. Children grow stronger senses when in the presence of music, and this cutie over here will sure break your heart immediately!

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