Nurse Brings Joy To Hospice Patients With A Gorgeous Adele Cover

It just might bring tears to your eyes.

Emma Young made the patients at St Helena Hospice feel her love with a stunning cover of an Adele song.

The assistant nurse at the facility in Colchester, England, took a seat at the piano on Friday afternoon to sing "Make You Feel My Love," originally by Bob Dylan and famously covered in 2008 by the queen of making us cry

Young's version will probably leave you just as misty-eyed, so be sure to grab the tissues.

St Helena posted video of Young's performance on its Facebook page, calling the nurse's singing voice a "hidden talent." What a treat for the patients and the rest of us watching that she chose to share it.

The post adds, "She really brought a smile to everyone's faces on such a beautiful Friday!"

As of this writing, the video has more than 48,000 views, 1,000 likes, and 400 shares. 

Several commenters have praised Emma's performance, prompting St Helena to express pride in its "talented, kind, caring and hardworking staff." 

The song's message of love and sacrifice in the face of difficulty makes it a beautiful choice for the setting. 

When the rain is blowing in your face / And the whole world is on your case / I could offer you a warm embrace / To make you feel my love

As Sarah Greene, director of income and communications at the hospice, told The Huffington Post, "Hospice care is not just about medical care and physical symptoms. It really is about caring for the 'whole' person and making people's days brighter, whether through a spontaneous song at our piano or providing a listening ear." 

This definitely made our days brighter. We hope it does the same for you.