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Whoa! 96 Year Old Widower Enters Song about Wife Into Contest. Tears Ensue

This is just amazing. A 96-year-old widower named Fred saw a songwriting contest being advertised in the local newspaper and so he wrote some lyrics about his wife who'd just passed away.

The studio which was receiving all sorts of songs via cd received this big envelope with the lyrics inside because Fred can't sing and doesn't play an instrument.

The studio was so moved by it they recorded it. You can watch as they play it for him.



This is a Hallmark movie waiting to happen folks. I'm thinking Abe Vigoda's agent will be getting a call in the very near future.


HT 22 Words

*subhead*Tears.*subhead*

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1 comment:

Niall Mor said...

Darn it, the room's getting a little dusty.

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