This Late Late Toy Show performance of “Grace” will bring you to tears. 

“Grace” is one of our favorite Irish songs of all time and we’re well used to it pulling on our heartstrings but this rendition from twelve-year-old Denis Moroney had us reaching for the tissues. 

Performing on 2019’s The Late Late Toy Show, the Kerry native wowed the audience and all those watching at home with his rendition. 

Revealing that his parents were currently away on a honeymoon in New York that was “seven years late,” host Ryan Tubridy told the young boy that "for tonight, we're all your mum and dad." 

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Fans quickly flocked to social media to show their appreciation for Moroney’s performance: 

Didn’t get to see the toy show last night so have been piecing it together with clips but this wean singing ‘Grace’, my favourite rebel love song, has absolutely ended me 😭😭😭❤️

— Ciara McShane (@Ciara87C) November 30, 2019

The young lad singing Grace on the toy show was unreal definitely the best of the night

— Sarah👑 (@sarah_cxox) November 29, 2019

That little young fella singing grace on the toy show is already the highlight of my Christmas

— Amy Flynn (@Amyflynn98) November 29, 2019

That young lad singing Grace on the #toyshow brought a tear to my eye BEFORE I found out his parents were missing the show. Lovely song #legend

— Sinead Gaynor (@sineadgaynor) November 29, 2019

That little boy singing Grace on the toy show just broke my heart omg 😩💕

— Kirsten (@kirstenmurron) November 29, 2019

What is your favorite Irish song? Let us know in the comments section, below. 

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