Erin Solari uploaded the footage of her grandparents Laura and Howard, who were at a hospice, making peace with the 93-year-old woman's final days
Erin Solari was so touched by the love between her grandparents, who have been married 73 years, that she filmed Howard, her granddad, as he sang to his dying wife.
Howard, 92, sang their love song to her, which is the song that comforted her when he went away to World War 2.
The couple used to sing this song, "You'll Never Know" by Rosemary Clooney, together at family events, they would take each take a verse and serenade the other.
Erin's grandparents renewed their vows after 50 years of marriage, and sang the song together for the whole family.
The touching display was recorded by their granddaughter Erin Solari (YouTube/Erin Solari)
Laura is now too weak to sing, so Howard sang the whole song to her after she said some of the words to him.
"Moments before this video began, when Grandma heard that Grandpa was in the room, she asked if she could hold him. Grandpa cannot stand on his own, but he immediately pulled his wheelchair close to her bed ready to make it happen."
Erin Solari wrote on YouTube: "Moments before this video began, when Grandma heard that Grandpa was in the room, she asked if she could hold him. Grandpa cannot stand on his own, but he immediately pulled his wheelchair close to her bed ready to make it happen.
"My cousin, Serena, who is a physical therapist, helped him to his feet and held him up throughout the entire song.
"You might notice above her bed there is a sign that says, “Patient Blind.” That is because she has macular degeneration, so she cannot see much of anything but shadows and light.
"That doesn’t stop her from looking deep into her love’s eyes. Grandpa, on the other hand, has lost most of his hearing, so you’ll notice us repeating things for him since Grandma is to weak to raise her voice."
Solari posted the video on Facebook, and received tens of thousands of 'likes' and supportive comments from people touched by the moving video.
At the time of writing, Laura is still alive and resting peacefully at home with her husband.