Get out your tissues. You have to see this video, but it’s not going to be easy. Cover artist Mike Masse has an adorable baby son named Noah, who has one of those perfectly infectious baby laughs. Noah also has a malignant brain tumor.

With the support of his friends and colleagues in the recording business, Masse secured the rights to and recorded The Beatles' classic 'Let It Be' so he could raise money that “will go towards getting Noah the best care possible, as well as helping keep our family afloat while we focus on little Noah’s treatment and comfort.”

The song is beautiful on its own, but mixed with Masse’s pure and very McCartney-like voice, as well as video clips of little Noah, the video packs an emotional punch. The choice of song is perfect, as McCartney is said to have gotten the idea for it after a dream about his mother who died of cancer when he was only 14-years-old.

Watch the video and then pass it on. Anyone who donates gets a free download of the song and the knowledge that they’ve helped a sweet child fight cancer.

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