Warm hands to hold me close by Jeff Whitcher

Dramatic Sad Music
A husband sits by his wife’s bedside holding her hand, kissing her forehead, and saying good bye as she slips away. Flashback montage of their relationship: kissing, running on the beach, marriage, hiking, being in love. This delicate, solo piano cue will underscore with heartfelt emotion.
longing loss dying death goodbye aching wrenching sadness crying tears ache pain soft beautiful lovely time lapse growing old leaving afterlife relationship
ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, FX Network, BBC, Netflix, cable, TV, television, movie, film, picture, soundtrack, hospital, ad, campaign, commercial, medical drama, family, children, kids, promo, new car, product, home, house, family, couple, Thomas Newman, James Newton Howard, beautiful, sublime, tender, depression, together, apart, deployment, deployed, soldier, coffin, casket, funeral, burial, bury, cemetery, grave, gravesite, headstone, souls, touching, reunion, leaving, journey, montage, slow motion, little baby, small child, good bye, forever, death bed, bed side, terminal, lost, depressed, hopeful, longing, aching, grandma, grandpa, mom, dad, sister, brother, best friend, departure, romance, romantic, forgiveness, redemption, welcome, alone, solitutde Slow 68 Instrumental Piano
Beautiful, Caring, Comforting, Delicate, Dramatic, Elegant, Emotional, Heartbroken, Heartwarming, Innocent, Lonely, Longing, Loving, Melancholic, Mournful, Moving, Reflective, Romantic, Sincere, Soft
Drama / 20-Something, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Dramatic Soundtrack, Romantic Breakup, Romantic Drama, Romantic New Love, Section / Credits, Section / Opening, Tragedy

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