"He sits down at the piano and dedicates a song to the love of his life. It’s the first song he ever sang to Kurt, but he was just flirting back then. Now he’s hopelessly, desperately in love, and, like Blaine, the song is stripped all the way down to its core. He chokes out the lyrics while making the saddest face you have ever or will ever see. Like, I’ve seen some sad things in my life. Those Sarah McLachlan homeless dog commercials? Sad. The end of Titanic? Sad. Every time one of The Doctor’s companions gets stranded in a parallel universe? Sad. I Am Sam, A Walk to Remember, Steel Magnolias, The Notebook, My Girl? Sad, sad, sad, sad, sad. But nothing in this life has ever been as sad as Blaine singing this song. His voice cracks, his face drops, his heart breaks."