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This autistic boy’s reaction at a Coldplay gig will leave you in tears

The video has garnered heart-warming responses on the social media and caught the attention of the band as well.

By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: April 27, 2016 4:27:25 pm
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Grammy award-winning band Coldplay performed in Mexico City on April 16 and there was someone who stood out in the crowd — a little autistic boy who couldn’t stop crying as Chris Martin sang the band’s very famous song ‘Fix You’.

In a video that has gone viral with over 2 million views on Youtube and various other social media platforms, the little boy’s eyes start welling up as the band starts to sing the song. And when they sing ‘Lights will guide you home, and ignite your bones, and I will try to fix you,’ tears start streaming down his face — a moment that has touched the hearts of thousands around the world.

The video has been uploaded by the boy’s father Luis Vazquez, who wrote: “Something my wife and I decided to share with the whole wide world. You have to watch it! It says it all! You guys #coldplay please need to see this!”

Watch the video here:

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The video has garnered heart-warming responses on the social media and caught the attention of the band as well. Coldplay responded on its official Facebook page, “This kind of thing makes it all worthwhile. Hola Luis y tu hijo hermoso! (Hello Luis and your beautiful son) Love,” reports The Sun.

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