An emotional surprise performance of the iconic song brought Dublin train station to a stand still.  

To mark World Suicide Prevention Day, Pieta House organized a soul stirring performance of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here".

Train passengers and foot traffic through Heuston station were brought together by the tender moment.

A piano and a guitar led up to 120 people of all ages in song, and many in attendance couldn't hold back tears.

The Irish Independent reports that Andrius Kozlovskis acted as Music Director of the performance.

 Pieta House wrote on Instagram that members of the HSE Tullamore Staff Choir were involved in this "beautiful initiative".

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"f you or someone you know are struggling with self-harm or suicidal ideation please call 1800 247 247 or text ‘help’ to 51444," the organization added.

 Watch the touching moment below.