Tom MacDonald - "Cancer"

16 oct. 2020
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SHOT by Nova Rockafeller & Logan Fulton
MIXED & MASTERED by Evan Morgan

  • Srs gave my amazing and beautiful wife 2 years to live... God gave us 7 years and 3 children... I lived 8 years not knowing if today was the day she'd leave us... The last 10 months were guy wrenching... Nova was 38 years old and the most amazing and beautiful woman I've ever met in my life... She helpes me find God, because there's no way having 4 blessings didn't have help from above... RIP Nova, until we see each other again...

    The Rusty NuttThe Rusty NuttIl y a heure
  • Cancer dont run, in my family but I feel the pain, and im not backwards

    Charles DavisCharles DavisIl y a heure
  • Facts filled song

  • 30 seconds in and I'm bawling. I miss my grandfather we lost him in 98 to cancer and then his wife in 2019 to cancer. #fuckcancer Tom I love you.

    Serenity RoeSerenity RoeIl y a heure
  • I don't have cancer. But im terminally Ill. They say I could have 2 years or less. I have struggled with treatment after treatment, doctor appointments, failed treatments. Ive been through denial, anger and right now im at acceptance. I struggle everyday. I have taken care of the dying for 15 years and now I can't work anymore and have become a patient. I do try though, I am financially struggling and id be lying if I said I'm not scared but I refuse to be a victim. God Bless all of you! 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

    Amanda LoveAmanda LoveIl y a heure
  • You tell the truth about this messed up world we are living in is what makes me like your music. Sad song I lost the best friend I could ever have my dad. One minute he is at my daughter's birthday party then he goes home has a seizure and fighting for his life for the rest of the year with Glioblastoma. Cancer is big business makes to much money they don't want a cure. God bless all of you that have it or have to sit there and watch your loved one take their last breath.

    seross tenseross tenIl y a heure
  • Beautiful! You never cease to amaze me with your music.

    Kyle PfefferKyle PfefferIl y a heure
  • I never knew cancer was a very common sickness

    Vanessa ReynoldsVanessa ReynoldsIl y a heure
  • To those listening to this that is sick or knows someone who is sick. Embrace the immortal inside the mortal vessel. Death is not nothing, I promise.

    Ethereal ChristEthereal ChristIl y a heure
  • Im trying....Tom

    Kim SchraderKim SchraderIl y a heure
  • Just buried my dad, my hero, my fishing buddy Aug. 13. He had fought prostate cancer twice. Third time got him. Been drinking ever since. Muss you dad so much.

    MsWhitesunsetMsWhitesunsetIl y a heure
  • How can almost 3 thousand people dislike this, what sick people

    Ollie WilkinsonOllie WilkinsonIl y a heure
  • You made me cry in school worth it though

    r҈a҈c҈h҈m҈r҈a҈c҈h҈m҈Il y a heure
  • I’m a cancer survivor along with my mom and my brother. It runs in our family bad. It’s been 30 years of surviving; however, always in your mind. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke and I run marathons and cycling 100 milers. But it is still one thing that will take your life without remorse or physical health.

    RunswithwindRunswithwindIl y a heure
  • That was so good nice job Tom McDonald that was a great video it was so sad too but nice job on the video

    Koakoa KrazeeKoakoa KrazeeIl y a heure
  • Simple way to keep cancer away, eat the proper food, organic, high nutrient dense foods, GROWN ON PROPER SOIL & less/NO chemicals. Stay away from processed/fast foods & packaged foods with preservatives. Stay away from pharmaceutical drugs & other heavy drugs. Try to avoid having children with person having health issues, you would have a higher risk of breeding sick people. Cleanse your body, herbs(Not just marijuana 🤦‍♂️), colon cleanses etc. Basically cancer is damage to your DNA. Avoid damaging your body with the things u put in it & give the body what it really needs. But he is right so much $$$ they spent yet they still doing shit & killing folks while they take your $$$. I promise you folks the nature way is the TRUE to cure sickness. 💯

    I AM A GREATI AM A GREATIl y a heure
  • Hey Tom what does the Emily mean above your eyebrow

    Izaiah ForbesIzaiah ForbesIl y a heure
  • stage 4 lung cancer took my aunt this morning... Im just glad she isnt in anymore pain.

    Tony CruzTony CruzIl y a heure
    • A better place, brother. A better place.✌

      Mi McMi McIl y a heure
  • Tom MacDonald always keeping it real. Thanks brother

    w0wspik3w0wspik3Il y a heure
  • TRUTH!

    David PriceDavid PriceIl y a 2 heures
  • Sorry if there are any spelling errors auto correct so stupid

    Robbie SmithRobbie SmithIl y a 2 heures
  • Place family is Christian so that when the wreath of white me like your song is because just there so true about to ciety And you're a trump supporter

    Robbie SmithRobbie SmithIl y a 2 heures
  • I'm not trying to be a fake fan telling trying to tell you what to do

    Robbie SmithRobbie SmithIl y a 2 heures
  • But it belongs to a company called Genesis to church Are there actually in jail right now because they were talking the truth and it's really helped thousands of people across the world are my mouth so she think that it's about day no in I can't blame you because thousands of people do but I know that's not because my dad's been taking it for full year it's cleaned out his system he feels great and Tom if you have any bag things that you want a thick slick in your system then you take mms OK

    Robbie SmithRobbie SmithIl y a 2 heures
  • So sorry it's called an mms stupid freaking autocorrect

    Robbie SmithRobbie SmithIl y a 2 heures
  • They have the cure. Gerson Institute. Look it up. Vegetables. Alkalizing diet. Cancer grows in a oxygen deprived acidic environment. It also feeds on sugar. If you're eating foods that turn your blood acidic and all the enzymes in the food are dead you will cause disease. Everyone who has found the cure and were helping people were shut down by the gov or kicked out the country, their cure confiscated by the gov and hidden. Look it up and do your own research and be blessed.

    mystic imaginationmystic imaginationIl y a 2 heures
  • Tom I have to tell you something I really think that your music is amazing um I really think that you like spit in the truth enda I understand why a lot of people don't think that it's good to Talk the truth but there is a cure to cancer it's not radiation like you mentioned in the song It's actually something called MMS If you go on Google and you Google and the mass or what is MSA will come up as a bully G and you will die if you take it my dad has been taking it for one full year and he is cleaner system out so I really hope if you have anything that you like on and do and your body to take him amass all everything will be OK

    Robbie SmithRobbie SmithIl y a 2 heures
  • great video Tom, Nova great message

    Laurel PackerLaurel PackerIl y a 2 heures
  • damn there are not enough words and surely not the right words to say thank you for this masterpiece.. truly a masterpiece!! love you man! to the moon and back (on a heterosexual way ;) )

    Charles AtanCharles AtanIl y a 2 heures
  • Hey Tom, I know this is random but I’m a huge fan. I live in downtown Edmonton and have been sober for four months 🥳 ur song “I can’t sleep” has gotten me through every night that I spend awake just losing my mind. I remember that u were here too, and that gives me so much strength. Pls remember that while ur fans brought u back to life, ur doing the same for us. God bless u 🙏🏻 ur truly an angel that we so desperately need in this world.

    Polar MacPolar MacIl y a 2 heures
  • I lost my grandmother to lung cancer in 2012. I cared for her till the end. She died peacefully with me around her. The last thing she told me was, I’m not scared to die, I just don’t want to leave you yet.

    Rainbow BrightRainbow BrightIl y a 2 heures
  • Thank you Tom , I lost my wife shannon Arrand to brain cancer 4 months ago after twenty year’s together , my life is destroyed

    Keith McguireKeith McguireIl y a 2 heures
  • I am nine years old and I love this song and it was sad song and nice job at macking this song tom

    Alexander CrossAlexander CrossIl y a 2 heures
  • Hit home for me.

    middleclassmomma1middleclassmomma1Il y a 2 heures
  • My dad just had his first post treatment scan for his small cell lung cancer, so far so good. Now we have to fight the damned debt collectors. Its so stupidly expensive to fight...

    Jynx2700Jynx2700Il y a 2 heures
  • There should have been a break through by now, I feel there is a cure but it’s being held back. Such a damn shame

    Lead1121Lead1121Il y a 2 heures
  • I seriously feel people only hate on him just because he spits truth honestly but hey haters dont matter whoever is doing positive out there keep it up 👏🤙

    Antonio solisAntonio solisIl y a 2 heures
  • My grandmother fought cancer for over 12 years, started out as breast cancer until it spread like wildfire. She died 2 months ago. She was funny and strong, never let her illness keep her down. I told her over the phone I love her an she died a few hrs after that. Breaks my heart everyday when I call her an no answer. I miss my grandma Soo much she was my best friend. 😭😭 Thank you so much for this song!

    Dottii BoleDottii BoleIl y a 2 heures
  • This song really hit home for me

    Mariah BessMariah BessIl y a 2 heures
  • Wow wow wow I cannot stop crying incredible my life as we know it

    melanie thomasmelanie thomasIl y a 2 heures
  • Man this this song hits home. My grandfather died last year of stage 4 prostate, lever, and spine cancer, three weeks after being diagnosed. Months before retirement and 5 months before his first great granddaughter's first birthday. He worked like 60 hours a week at least and never took a sick day. I can't remember him going to the doctor ever. So remember everyone tomorrow isn't guaranteed and go see the doctor once in awhile. You never know if they might find something early enough to save you. God bless everyone!

    Fluffy The GreatFluffy The GreatIl y a 2 heures
  • This song is speaking to me currently. My dad found out he has stage 4 lung cancer. He just started chemo last week. He’s 73 years old. I’m not ready for him to go. I don’t have the right emotions to even text this out. I just want him to fight and be strong. I’m only 24, my dad had me late in life. I moved to the other side of the country a few years ago. I still need my dad tho!

    PsychoDemonifyPsychoDemonifyIl y a 2 heures
  • Love this Tom!!! You are amazing!

    Katherine O'DeaKatherine O'DeaIl y a 2 heures
  • >curing a disease is a lost customer A patient dying is a lost customer. People can get cancer multiple times, so a "cure" can be sold multiple times, so the profit remains. Incredibly flawed logic that lacks Understanding of the medical field. 64% of all cancer is avoidable if you don't smoke, drink, or maintain excessive visceral fat. Cancer cases are increasing by around 20% every year, a "cure" would be a steady profit if that trend continues.

    Tangy TofuTangy TofuIl y a 2 heures
  • Tom McDonald! You are amazing! Love ya bro!

    Matthew HuffmanMatthew HuffmanIl y a 2 heures
  • Tears fall a survivor of breast cancer and my son has kidney failure and he is a fighter thank you Tom Mcdonald

    Ora c WilsonOra c WilsonIl y a 3 heures
  • I can’t find a reason people want to still even be alive

    Vincent ManuelVincent ManuelIl y a 3 heures
  • its been 16 years since i lost my mom to cancer. this shit hit me like a ton of bricks.

    Sam IversSam IversIl y a 3 heures
  • R.I.P Anthony Mac Lachlan I know you are now at peace and no longer a pain! Enjoy your time in heaven! R.I.P Auntie I miss you and love you so much twin! I will see you again! ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

    X0X0RedHeadedLassX0X0X0X0RedHeadedLassX0X0Il y a 3 heures
  • I'm not crying, you are... Powerful song and video Tom... Sas that no one else has the balls to put something like this out...

    The Rusty NuttThe Rusty NuttIl y a 3 heures
  • my man keeping it real.

    Fawexx LungFawexx LungIl y a 3 heures
  • I get y’all might not agree with his political opinions or his past music BUT SERIOUSLY THIS WAS AMAZING

    Hunter CaillierHunter CaillierIl y a 3 heures
  • Amazing person!

    Andrea ClearAndrea ClearIl y a 3 heures
    • U say what we all think

      Andrea ClearAndrea ClearIl y a 3 heures
  • I don’t trust the medical industry whatsoever.

    Bradley SwansonBradley SwansonIl y a 3 heures
  • Here’s a story of victory. My cousin fought in Afganistán in the early 2000s and while deployed discovered he had Leukemia. They tried nearly everything they knew at the time to keep him alive but deep down my family thought we were going to lose him. Nothing would’ve been the same without him. While fighting for his country and the cancer he discovered a group of doctors doing experimental treatments in Texas. They took out his bone marrow, irradiated it, and put it back in. His strong will and faith in God is what he believes allowed him to survive. If you or a loved one is fighting, I hope this gives you hope.

    Daniel BrightDaniel BrightIl y a 3 heures
  • ❤😭😭

    AleXelAAleXelAIl y a 3 heures
  • Probably u opened a lot of eyes Tom ❤️

    sam bsam bIl y a 3 heures
  • Wow love this song ❤️❤️❤️👍🏾

    Zoro 1964Zoro 1964Il y a 3 heures
  • Lost a wonderful husband and father on 4-15-19.. Pancreatic cancer. This song touched my heart

  • I expected more

    Mac CrowMac CrowIl y a 3 heures
  • Yo bro, this video literally touches everyone on the planet man.

    John McCartyJohn McCartyIl y a 3 heures
  • Half way through 2018 my grandpa was diagnosed with cancer and everything he hurt or couldn't breath he went to the emergency room and they took x-rays and cat scans and still told him it was just bronchitis. I tried to spend as much time as I could with him along with bringing my daughter around who was 1 at the time to see him. Around April or May of last year he ended up in the hospital and I left my friend's wedding reception to go up and see him for the night and took my daughter along so he could see atleast one of his grandkids and he got see her walk and climb on furniture by herself and it lit up his world. That was the last night we saw him because he ended up doing the treatments, he came home one weekend about the last week of May and he was sick and my daughter had a cold, I wanted to take her over there but I didn't want to risk it and Sunday night the ambulance took him to the hospital and he died Monday morning on memorial day. I was devastated he was an awesome person to have around and who could fix anything and had patience to teach anyone about anything that had a motor.

    D Bell13D Bell13Il y a 3 heures
  • My Grandpa just passed after a 10 month battle to cancer and those months were some of the hardest months of my life and I have been deployed overseas. When he finally passed we were all so Thankful he went peacefully in his sleep but man was it so hard to watch I still cry thinking about it. Love this song Tom keep up the work

    Jeremy GuireJeremy GuireIl y a 3 heures
  • I miss my mom.

    Rowan The beastRowan The beastIl y a 3 heures
  • This guy is so underrated

    Joshua WrightJoshua WrightIl y a 3 heures
  • Just watched this video for the first time and omg I'm in tears. I'm horrible about putting myself in someone else's shoes and I did with both parents and the girl. The emotions are strong with the simplest of words

    Oriana RulandOriana RulandIl y a 3 heures
  • This song pertains to my sweet baby girl Lexi. She was A boxer who fought her pancreatic cancer so hard. I love you baby girl ill see you again

    Nick WhittingtonNick WhittingtonIl y a 3 heures
  • Miss you, Ashlee...

    4 Jones4 JonesIl y a 3 heures
  • This song hit way too close to home- losing my dad to cancer, they say if the treatments work it will only put him in remission, and when it comes back it will come back with a Vengeance. Perfect song!! Love the lyrics

    countrygirltlc999countrygirltlc999Il y a 3 heures
  • I was 17 years old when I was, both, diagnosed and "cured". November 1990: I went to the doctor for a routine check up. He did his thing, felt around on my neck and developed a little bit of puzzled, yet not overly worried, look on his face. He said that he felt what seemed to be some small lumps on my thyroid. Then he said, "It's probably nothing but we should get it checked any how." So, they scheduled a me for an ultrasound on my neck. A few days later: I had the ultrasound completed. I can remember the technician and doctor looking around and then I hear, "WOW...right there. It is amazing that Dr.Huff was able to feel these by hand. They are very tiny. We can't tell anything about them by scanning, we recommend having the surgery to be on the safe side." Met with a surgeon within a week. He looked over the scans and did a general assessment. He agreed with the removal. December 5th @ 5:45 a.m.: I entered the hospital for my surgery. They allotted 3 hours. I was told that they would go in and remove the left side of my thyroid and ten perform a frozen pathology report on it (I think I remember that correctly). Then they said, "If we find it to be malignant" (cancerous) "We will have to remove 90% of the right side as a precaution. Then, you will have to undergo some radiation treatments to kill off the remaining 90% of the right side." My surgery took 5 1/2 hours. I woke up several times in my room that afternoon. The first cognitive time of me being awake was when I heard my father talking to a preacher that had stopped by. I heard him say, "It was cancerous but they think they have removed it all." That's when my mom shushed my dad and indicated that I was awake. I went right back out, but that is how I found out that I had cancer. 2 hours later, I was fully awake...groggy but awake...I had to pee. I walked to the bathroom, with assistance, shut the door and looked in the mirror.....I was not prepared for what I saw. I had a clear tube coming out of each side of my neck. Each tube had some clear fluid and some blood in it. These tubes came down to my chest and made a wrapped circle. I later found out that these were just drain tubes. My neck was heavily bandaged with gauze and tape. My throat was sore and it hurt to swallow. Nobody said anything else to me about the surgery until later that next evening. I broke down crying and told my parents that I heard what my dad had said to the preacher. Then I asked them, "Am I gonna die?" I was explained everything then. They called the doctor back in and had him go over everything with me. The doctor, my cousin (a nurse) and several other medical officials (I can't remember who all they were..doctors, nurses, etc.) all said the same thing, "If you had to choose a place to have cancer, the thyroid is where you would want to choose." I was also explained about how they did find the tumors on the left side to be cancerous and that they had to remove the 90% of the right side as well. I later found out that there was cancer on that side as well. December 7th, 1990 (2 days after my surgery AND my 18th birthday): I was allowed to go first "large dose" radiation treatment was scheduled for a few months later. I can still remember the feeling of those drain tubes being pulled out. This was definitely NOT the way I intended to spend my 18th birthday. But I was able to go home and live. I was lucky. I did not even know, for sure, that I had cancer until after it had been removed. I still had a lot of the follow up stuff - like the radiation treatments (NOT chemotherapy) - but I was, for the most part, healthy. Unfortunately, when my Marines recruiter got wind of my prognosis and was informed that I am required to take a small pill everyday for the rest of my life, he informed me, regretfully, that I was no longer eligible to be a Marine because I was medicinally dependent and, if deployed to combat, they could not guarantee that I would have my medication available. I then would become a liability. I was heartbroken. This December will mark my 30th year anniversary from my surgery. I still take my medication every day and I can still remember nearly every detail of my diagnosis and progression. The high points and the lowest points (depression). So, THANK YOU Tom...even though I was lucky, it was still life altering. I just can't explain the feeling and overwhelming emotions you have when someone associated you with cancer for the first time. It was scary and confusing. This song, and video, really captured the emotional aspect of it all. Forever a fan!!

    Kevin AndrewsKevin AndrewsIl y a 3 heures
  • My step father has one kidney from it, my moms non Hodgkin's LYMPHOMA , my grandmother died from her 4rth battle after it took both breast and part of her intestines', and on the 4rth battle she was done and chose to go.... This song is deep and means alot to me and many many others pls keep up you work Tom! Non Hodgkin Lymphoma lymphoma,

    Ronin GamerRonin GamerIl y a 3 heures
  • As one of the targets of your "fan diss" track and a survivor, thank you for this. Spot on and done with feeling. I appreciate it.

    jirvinesnzjirvinesnzIl y a 3 heures
  • This was deep, on point, factual, and so so real.

    Travis HamlerTravis HamlerIl y a 4 heures
  • How is there 2600 dislikes?

    Aaron DoyleAaron DoyleIl y a 4 heures
  • 8 months ago I lost my cousin we don’t know how he did I think he a weak immune system he was 8 he didn’t have cancer but I understand the pain hasn’t got any better I hope if any one is goin through something like this I hope ur loved ones get better because the pain never leaves god bless u all

    Boop PoopyBoop PoopyIl y a 4 heures
  • tired You hold tighter, you have heart ❤️

    laskin riubnlaskin riubnIl y a 4 heures
  • For all those who have loved ones with this disease, have it themselves or just thinking of it, want to learn about it. ... Read something about Meta-medicine... It is really great that Tom raises awareness and pushes for hope and STRONG THOUGHTS. Because they have a massive effect.

    Der AdjutantDer AdjutantIl y a 4 heures
  • This hit me.. I had A.L.L as a teen and the treatment desroyed my bones. Too much goes into cancer research and not much is changing for the medications and treatments. Diffetent trials come out and when they realize the side affects of one trial a new one comes along. The cycle continues..

    shaggyshaggyIl y a 4 heures
  • Who TF is realer than Tom

    Jeremiah HoffmanJeremiah HoffmanIl y a 4 heures
    • Wow. Just wow.

      laskin riubnlaskin riubnIl y a 4 heures
  • This is why people respect this man, thank you Tom, you make the world a better place and you really make us realize we are having to help eachother for the great

    jackson murrayjackson murrayIl y a 4 heures
  • This has inspired me to write a song tom idk if youll ever read this or not but ty u have helped me alot in life and helped me see wht i rlly wanted to do u gave me hope tht i could find a job i loved and for tht i thank you

    MattMattIl y a 4 heures
  • 😢❤️

    Simon PSimon PIl y a 4 heures
  • The dislikes is all part of the Pharmaceutical Industry.

    Lukie DoeeLukie DoeeIl y a 4 heures
  • Tom I hardly ever comment on anything on FRlift but something wouldn't let me bypass this song without commenting. You hit it out of the park man. Keep it up. This was 100%🔥!

    Josh TaborJosh TaborIl y a 4 heures
  • A song so spot on. It hurts like helll and heals at the sametime. Reminding me of al the loved ones that are ripped away to soon. After all the pain they had, all the hopes and dissapointment the finaly could rest whitout pain. I still mis them everyday. i comfort myself with the fact that i was soo lucky to have loved and have been loved by a fantastic person. Deepest respect from Holland Tom.

    M. van SchijndelM. van SchijndelIl y a 4 heures
  • Thank you so much for this man.

    Stephen ChamberlainStephen ChamberlainIl y a 4 heures
  • Great tune Tom you're the best artist!!!

    krystian kostrzakkrystian kostrzakIl y a 4 heures
  • My uncle has cancer..He might only have 6 months left. We need to find a cure..I cant with this disease..It hurts so bad to know that you are going to die. We need to find a cure, great song and video Tom ❤️

    Le BoOtIfUl RaT :3Le BoOtIfUl RaT :3Il y a 4 heures
  • brilliant fairplay on the views tom i love your music touches my soul i depend on music like yours to get me out of my depression at times i lost my mam from that awful disease 💔💔💔 stay safe bruh 👍 keep doin u congrats on your independants on your music 👌👌👌💯👍

    halloweendameliohalloweendamelioIl y a 4 heures
  • This was beautiful ❤️

    Learning InSessionLearning InSessionIl y a 4 heures
  • I lost my aunt to cancer and although I can’t really speak because we weren’t that close but still it’s terrible and never give up hope

    A YouTube AccountA YouTube AccountIl y a 4 heures
  • Bro, Awesome song and video. Speaking from a person who's wife is a breast cancer server. Made Respect bruh !!!!! #cancersucks

    Rob FalknerRob FalknerIl y a 4 heures
  • I am watching my dad battle cancer. It hard cause I don't want him to go he is my other rock I may get annoyed with some things he does but who doesn't. He strong, He takes his chemo and still word cause we need the money. My mom can't work but she has internal securitizers. It is hard to see him go through it. the doctor just chasing his cancer throughout entire his body.

    Raven SheltonRaven SheltonIl y a 4 heures
  • Wow. Just wow.

    Robin De ClercqRobin De ClercqIl y a 4 heures
  • My mom died 6 years ago the 22nd. Love this song.

    Jon MaxwellJon MaxwellIl y a 4 heures
  • This is weird I just finished breaking bad and got the notification

    Tide PodTide PodIl y a 4 heures
  • Hi Tom love your music. This song is so true I lost my father and hero to cancer 10years ago but it feels like just yesterday I was watching him go through the battle.. keep it up man you are EPIC AND SO ARE YOUR LYRICS

    Terence RossiTerence RossiIl y a 4 heures
  • You’re a true hero in the dark, don’t let anyone else tell you differently. You’re unstoppable

    jordan dontworryaboutitjordan dontworryaboutitIl y a 5 heures
  • I watched my mom pass before my very eyes almost 1 year exactly the day she was diagnosed. I didn't know who she was in the end. It so cruel. This life is just so cruel. Cancer runs in my family & I am almost certain of my fate as well. But until then, I don't think about it. There isn't anything I can do about it. If it is Gods will, then so be it I suppose.

    Ὓὄὗʀ L·ἷғἔ ṂᾄҭҭἔʀṩὛὄὗʀ L·ἷғἔ ṂᾄҭҭἔʀṩIl y a 5 heures
  • Makes me miss my grandma. I was the last person in my family to see her awake and lively. We all stayed at my grandparents for a week when I was really little (maybe 7?). I just remember waking up on the couch in the middle of the night because I heard something. I saw her come out of the bathroom to go lay back down. I remember my parents saying she couldn't leave her bed and didn't have to go to the bathroom because she had a bag so I was really confused why she was moving around. She had the biggest grin on her face that I've ever seen. She kissed my forehead, told me she loved me, and I went back to sleep. When I woke up in the morning, she was already gone. I was the last to say goodbye. My sister also just beat cancer about 2 years ago. It's very prevalent in the women in my family. This song really hit home for me. I've never had any song in my life move me to tears. Great work, Tom. I'm glad you're making it big.

    OtixusOtixusIl y a 5 heures