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Viral Video: 4-year-old can't stop crying to 'Say Something'

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) -

It's a song that's everywhere right now: "Say Something" by Great Big World featuring Christina Aguilera.

There's one kid who really loves that song, so much so that it makes him cry!

The adorable video has gone viral.

It's a song that pulls at your heartstrings no matter your age.

4-year-old Jackson has a very emotional moment while listening to the song "Say Something."

"I was watching the sad song and I was crying," said Jackson Blitch.

Jackson's dad captured his son's emotional moment on video.

The two are in the car when the song by a Great Big World and Christina Aguilera comes on the radio; Jackson starts crying.

"I changed it like a good parent would because I didn't want to make him cry. He kept asking me to turn it back on, so I'm like, okay, I'm just going to capture this to see if it's going to be a cool memory for us to have," said Mark Blitch.

The video is turning into more than just a cool memory, it's a viral hit!

It has more than 870,000 views on YouTube and growing.    

"He just got really moved by it. I posted the video online. I wanted Christina Aguilera and the band to see it, that was my pipe dream. I guess as soon as I sent it to them it took off, it's been crazy," said Mark Blitch.

Dad says Jackson has always had a sensitive side when it comes to music, certain melodies make him very emotional.

He even understands the lyrics.

"We're blessed to have this little guy because he's able to communicate his feelings so well at a young age," said Mark Blitch.

Watch the full video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Js4YZ1z0to&feature=youtu.be

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