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96-Year-Old Man Writes Touching Love Song for His Recently Deceased Wife [VIDEO]

I almost didn’t watch this video because it’s almost 10 minutes long but I’m so glad I did. This 96 year old man named Fred recently lost his wife of 75 years and while grieving he wrote a song called ‘Oh Sweet Lorraine’.

Unable to play an instrument or sing, Fred simply mailed in his lyrics to a studio that was holding a contest, they saw his song and read his story in the letter he attached and decided to record it for him.

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