This video is just too much. Too many emotions for us to handle. From pure, unadulterated adoration for Bey to overpowering compassion for people suffering — and helping each other — around the world, you'll feel an entire spectrum of, well, feelings. And anyone with half a heart will most likely find themselves in tears after one viewing. That said, we're not surprised: We already knew Beyoncé was the best. Not holding back on the superlatives here.
The song, "I Was Here," is inspiring enough on its own. But the video brings a poignance and sweeping resonance that can't be beat. There's really no point in trying to explain. You gotta see it for yourself.
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