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If you’ve heard ‘Say Something,’ you’ll know exactly how this 4-year-old feels
Ready for another viral hit from the “toddlers in car seats” genre?
Ready for another viral hit from the “toddlers in car seats” genre? Meet Jackson Blitch, moved to tears by A Great Big World’s “Say Something,” featuring Christina Aguilera.
Jackson’s father said it’s the first time he has seen his son affected in such a way. He even tried to change the song, but the boy insisted on listening to it. As the tune continues, Jackson lifts his flight goggles and simply weeps.
Christina Aguilera herself tweeted a link to the video.
— Christina Aguilera (@xtina) February 1, 2014
Ned Donovan is a politics and entertainment journalist who's done stints with GQ, Wired, and the Daily Mail. His bylines have also appeared in the Week, the Telegraph, BuzzFeed, History Today, and elsewhere.