Oh, boy. Are you sure you're ready for this?
We don't know about you but we already have a hard time making it through Christina Aguilera and A Great Big World's break-up ballad, "Say Something." Now, Michele Grandinetti brings us a heartbreaking queer rendition of the song, that we dare you to make it through without feeling at least a little bit moved.
"Declaring one's love is often like stripping oneself bare, truly exposing oneself," the video's description notes. "Naked in front of the other person, we feel vulnerable because we are revealing that which is most valuable to us and for this reason we are afraid... afraid to receive a blow to those very nerves we exposed, throwing mud at all that is dear to us."
It continues, "Anyone with a heart understands what I am talking about... paradoxically, fear, shame, embarrassment and apprehension are feelings that often arise when one wants to declare the most beautiful and purest sentiments of all: love. Doesn't that seem ridiculous? Feeling embarrassed of the very thing for which a human being should be the most proud of: falling in love!"
Check out the beautiful cover above.