Singer Performs Frank Sinatra Hit To Fulfill Dying Woman's Last Request

Singer Performs Frank Sinatra Hit To Fulfill Dying Woman's Last Request

In this heartwarming video, one singer performs a classic Frank Sinatra song, ‘The Way You Look Tonight,’ in order to fulfill one dying woman’s last request.


“Lovely, never, ever change. Keep that breathless charm.
Won't you please arrange it? Cause I love you
Just the way you look tonight.”

“This 86-year-old woman had one dying wish – to see her favorite musician, a local singer from South Florida, perform,” says the caption of this video on Facebook. “So, he came to her bedside to serenade her one last time.”

What a sweet and tender moment! And what an amazing voice this man has!

“We’re here with Shirley,” the singer says during a musical interlude. “Go Shirley! C’mon, baby! Yeah!”

He starts to say this to encourage her while she is moving her arms around and dancing in her bed.

“You are my number one fan, you know that? You know that, right? My number one fan,” he says the elderly woman.

As he starts to sing again, he grabs her hand and she looks so happy to have him there by her side. She must have felt so excited and loved to have her favorite local singer giving her a special private performance! What a wonderful moment.

As the singer croons out his last line, he kneels by Shirley’s bedside, grabs her hand, and looks into her eyes. And then he beautifully sings the final words of the song, “just the way you look tonight,” to which she responds, “You’re very special.”

“What a sweet person and great singing! That was so wonderful for her,” writes someone on the Facebook video.

“I love these feel good stories,” comments another person on the video. “So much doom and gloom in the world but there are still good, kind, and decent people doing great things.”

We hope this sweet woman had the time of her life being serenaded by this kind and talented man!

Singer fulfills woman's dying wish to see him perform one last time

This 86-year-old woman had one dying wish – to see her favorite musician, a local singer from South Florida, perform. So, he came to her bedside to serenade her one last time.

Posted by News 12 NBC 26 on Sunday, July 12, 2020