There are over 5.5 million people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease in the United States. It’s a disease that is devastating and tragic for not only the sufferer, but for their families as well. One teenager wrote a song for his Grandma who has Alzheimer’s and it moved the entire room to tears.
Harry Gardner auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent and from the moment he stepped on stage, the judges knew he was special. The quiet and shy 16-year-old politely spoke with the judges and told them that he’d written the song he was about to perform himself.
Harry wanted to perform a song that he had written and dedicated to his grandmother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s almost 4 years ago. It was a song he poured a lot of thought and emotion into while writing.
The judges were excited to hear what this teen had composed for his grandmother, but they had no idea just how moving and emotional the performance would be. It was a moment that left everyone in the room teary-eyed and speechless.
Continue to the next page to see Harry’s beautiful song for his grandmother. If you have a personal experience with Alzheimer’s, this is sure to completely melt your heart.
Wow so beautiful
One of John ‘s brothers has Alzheimer’s
Thoughts go to my Brother in Law who happens to have Alzheimer Disease.
Tears. He sang ei
He sang with such passion and you could see the love in his eyes. Besutiful
So the question is … how do you get to the song? After I clicked on the link, a virus warning came up. These sites just suck
Made me cry because me mom has dementia and my biggest fear is she will forget who I am. I am now the parent to a woman who always knew who she was and her independence was her forte. I am playing this song again for my own broken heart of losing her thoughts and her words.
This reminds me of my dad he has dementia and is struggling.
Made me cry the song was true from heart so beautiful.
Paul Davis this made me cry. I love you.
Anyone that has been through alzheimer’s with a family member will appreciate this
Absolutely beautiful, my mom has alzheimers and sometimes she doesn’t know who me or my brother are…..its heartbreaking……