I've been doing a lot of thinking, and though I have no scientific backing for this, I think that spending my weekend listening to Oscar Isaac sing things is going to heal all of the wounds in my soul.
His voice will float over all of the emotional pocks of my heart and it will be like I have been born anew, somehow standing in line to buy tickets to see The Force Awakens for the fifth time.
Join me in trying to exorcise everything in this universe that is not Oscar Isaac singing.
The world is full of beauty – if the world is only Oscar Isaac singing.
Like, have you seen him singing an acoustic cover of Katy Perry's "Roar"? Because you need to see him singing an acoustic cover of Katy Perry's "Roar."
And, of course, we've all seen him singing an updated version of Bill Murray's "Star Wars" song.
Anything from the Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack is guaranteed to make my entire life.
This live performance with Mumford & Sons is very compromising to me.
There's this straight-up insane number from Sucker Punch.
I am always here for Oscar Isaac walking around the New York City subway system in black and white while serenading us all.
I ascended at approximately the 1:23 mark.
ALRIGHT, I SEE YOU, OSCAR. I SEE YOU, KATE MARA.
There's the new-old favorite of him singing "Baby It's Cold Outside" with Daisy Ridley.
One time he sung about "Sweet Lady Death," who I'm assuming is me.
I'm feeling so many things.
This is...oh. Oh.
There's always that time he sang with Justin Timberlake and Star Wars co-star Adam Driver.
I'm not crying that's just all the emotions I've ever experienced gathering in my eye.
Oh, I didn't know that I was capable of feeling more emotions than I had during all of the previous videos, but here we are.