Andrea Bocelli And Son Sing 'Fall On Me' Duet During Quarantine

Andrea Bocelli And Son Sing 'Fall On Me' Duet During Quarantine

Andrea Bocelli and son, Matteo, perform a beautiful rendition of their hit duet ‘Fall On Me’ during quarantine.

As most of the world shelters in place during the COVID-19 pandemic, it has caused many feelings of fear and anxiety. Everyone has had to adjust to a new late normal, for the time being. This includes late night talk show hosts who are now broadcasting from the safety of their homes.

The Late Late Show host James Corden is one of those television personalities. But tonight, he has two very specials to help lift our spirits as he welcomes Andrea and Matteo Bocelli.

Andrea Bocelli is one of the most famous musicians and he’s been sharing his vocal talent with the world for years. His music has touched hearts all over and, today, he’s teaming up with his 20-year-old son, Matteo Bocelli, for a special performance.

Together, they are singing a piece called ‘Fall On Me’ that is all about that special bond between a parent and their child.

‘Fall on me
With open arms
Fall on me
From where you are
Fall on me
With all your light’

Andrea commented on the song by saying, "Anyone who is a parent, anyone who knows the precious responsibility of being a mother or a father, will fully grasp the meaning of this piece. ‘Fall On Me’ is the first time I have duetted with my son Matteo Bocelli.”

As a resident of Italy, Andrea has been deeply affected by the Coronavirus and he hopes that his message of love and hope helps bring some much-needed joy to the world.